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~Aznkid~ 2004-01-31 01:32

How to CG hair?
 
arrghh im currently stuck on how to cg hair on an anime character >.< i find it the hardest part of the entire picture and was wondering whether u guys/girls can tell me the best way to cg hair ! lol, well just ur way of doin that part, thx ^^ much apreciated

p.s plz don't tell me to go study someone elses work lol, i tried that already, and i still can't seem to put it together T_T.

Sakura-chan 2004-01-31 02:49

CGing hair is hard. Very hard. Still have figured out how to actually CG them. >_> Eyes are so much fun to CG. <_<

Sakura-chan 2004-01-31 03:03

Quote:

Originally Posted by Raxial
hey sakura, you didn't do your own sig, did you? If you did, you seem to have hair down very well.

There is absolutely no way I'll be ever able to draw/ CG like Kichigai-sama. She's just 19, too. :sigh:

Raxial 2004-01-31 03:45

well, who knows

Raxial 2004-01-31 03:59

i always check the deviantart tutorials to see what the "good" artists have to say about stuff. Anyway, I found this, which I find extremely useful.

http://www.deviantart.com/deviation/4966964/

calavera spain 2004-01-31 04:05

i usualy do this:

(layer1) paint a base colour for the hair,

with an other layer (layer2) i do the shadows (it must be block-like, because if you try and smooth it the hair will look strange),

now, again on "layer1" with different tones of the same colour, you start to model the hair so it looks 3D.

now you only have to determin from where the light comes from, on "Layer1" put some light... dont worry if you put too much because you will also have to smoodge it..........

buffffff... jejejej kind of difficult, but if u do this, and if u spend a long time mixing colours etc...etc... you will have acmplished you "mission"

sorry if i've been too boring :)

PeppstaR 2004-01-31 05:51

Just like everything else, use layers. Like this:

http://www.agartstudios.com/Pics/Layers2.jpg

Ja-Jang!!!
http://www.agartstudios.com/images/Mari-chan.jpg

Forsaken102 2004-01-31 09:26

Quote:

Originally Posted by PeppstaR
Just like everything else, use layers. Like this:


Ja-Jang!!!

Wow! So THAT's how people do it!!

I was wondering... lol

Thanks!

PeppstaR 2004-02-02 05:23

Quote:

Originally Posted by Forsaken102
Wow! So THAT's how people do it!!

I was wondering... lol

Thanks!

Yeah, I should really put together that tutorial I keep putting off.

Raxial 2004-02-02 09:54

really, do it. Then we can actually ask the maker of the tutorial questions if we need clarification :) Yay!

juri_miki 2004-02-02 12:17

I suggest look at some real hair to see the highlights and shadows they create and to copy that. Hair is a form, not individual elements. It's the highlights and shadows that makes it seem as detailed as it is.

Raxial 2004-02-02 19:28

oh, and here's another really good one, which I'm gonna try to follow on my next project.

http://www.deviantart.com/deviation/4908749/

... It's really really good


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