Master Dou Redesign - Illustration (Time-Lapse)

author Trent Kaniuga   11 mounths ago

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In this series, Trent Kaniuga showcases techniques and philosophy for illustration in adobe photoshop. This particular illustration focuses on redesigning Master Dou from the council of elder in the Crescent Isle monastery.

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