We need the material of iron and steel!

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ademilo
 
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We need the material of iron and steel!

Postby ademilo » 05 Nov 2013, 16:39

We need a color of iron and steel!
I wonder how it is fun if we can use the color of iron and steel!

:oops:

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bonnie
 
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Re: We need the material of iron and steel!

Postby bonnie » 11 Nov 2013, 16:14

What do you mean exactly? ;)

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Re: We need the material of iron and steel!

Postby maninmachine » 11 Nov 2013, 19:07

Check out the image posted below. It's a submission from someone on the steam community. The shiny ribbon in the center of the image looks, in my opinion, a lot like metal. It has an almost glossy, reflective quality, and the colors are about right. As a machinist, this actually looks a lot like what we call 'chips', or the metal ribbons discharged from a workpiece. It looks like they're just using a ruffle type brush with the right color gradient. Is this what you mean? :??:

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Re: We need the material of iron and steel!

Postby ademilo » 02 Feb 2014, 09:01

This picture is very nice!

the aluminum`s scratch is iron I said.

The scratch of the aluminium`s art is very common I think.

In the singer Madonnna`s album `Erotica``s album jacket`s art work We can see. I guess :D

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Re: We need the material of iron and steel!

Postby ademilo » 22 Mar 2014, 16:08

We need to be able to scratch the irons and aluminum.

The important thing is The SCRATCH effect.

We all can scratch on these materials.

There are a lot of materials we can scratch.

We need these thing to scratch too.

Scratching and Materials.

Can you understand?

My english is bad.But I can understand English like my mother tongue.

My mother tongue is Japanese.

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Re: We need the material of iron and steel!

Postby ademilo » 24 Mar 2014, 22:03

`Scratch` is one of art`s tools. :alarm:

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Re: We need the material of iron and steel!

Postby maninmachine » 25 Mar 2014, 16:07

Hey ademilo,

I think I understand what you mean now. As far as I know there are two main scratching methods.

1. Scratching directly on to a material using a harder tool. A couple examples would be using a steel pick to scratch aluminum, or using a plastic pick to scratch clay.

Something similar to this has been requested by another person on the forum. It seems like the hardness feature, when implemented, will be helpful making better effects like this. Currently, you could try modifying the shadow brush I uploaded (I tried it a little and it seemed ok).

2. Covering a material or colored surface with ink or paint, then scratching the layer away to reveal what's underneath.

This can be done pretty easily creating a new top layer, filling it with black (or whatever color), then erasing with a 1px pen.



Either way if you're trying to use an effect on metal, it's really important to make the canvas look like the metal first. Gradients are a good start. Then you can use color overlays and hard/soft light layer filters to make the texture, and again for adding the scratches.

Can't help much more than that atm, been too busy lately. :(

Good luck!

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Re: We need the material of iron and steel!

Postby ademilo » 25 Mar 2014, 22:57

OK! Nice! :amazed:


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