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Metropolis steps by Hideyoshi Metropolis steps by Hideyoshi
Steps for Metropolis


Hope people can get something from it.
I will take the opportunity to answer individually (although I am busy :P ) any questions about my work or this piece if you like.
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Shteen Nov 22, 2012  Professional Digital Artist
Questions!! Oh yeah got a lot of those!! XD
First Hi!! How are ya!! ;)

So I'm a Graphic Artist just like you.. but.. quite not the same at all :P
I'm more of a photo montage artist (Although I haven't done much personal art recently)
But I've ALWAYS wanted to learn a few things about photoshop painting (Like you do)
The thing is I never learned the steps to do so.. But I do guess what it might be.
So you start with a drawing?? (Hand made or not I guess??)
And than you ruffly make a sketch in photoshop (Like the first picture)
And then you add the details??
Do you use brushes and textures??
And for all of your other works also, do you only use Photoshop or do you use other programs??

I would love to get you're imput on some advices!!
Hope I won't be taking too much of your time!! :P

And I'm a fan of your stuff!! XD
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:iconsuperjedi003:
this is really tight. reminds me of hells gate in avatar
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salocin001 Jun 9, 2011  Hobbyist General Artist
amazing! Such simple steps to produce such detailed cityscapes. I love it :)
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Izene Jun 9, 2011  Hobbyist Digital Artist
I love seeing processes :)
Thanks a lot for sharing :D
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greymoonx Jun 9, 2011  Hobbyist General Artist
I really have a hard time picking the right textures, they always look sort of forced and never fit the flow of the picture... I know practice makes perfect, but do you have any tips?

TY for sharing your process with us :)
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Hideyoshi Jun 9, 2011  Professional Digital Artist
i think you have to make sure the 'texture scales' stay consistent. Overloading should be avoided, too. Sometimes it's easier to use lightly textured brushes and then paint something with them all throughout.
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greymoonx Jun 10, 2011  Hobbyist General Artist
Hm, good points and I hadn't tried the brushing, I will definitely try it all out. Ty for the tip sir!! :)
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:iconjcbarquet:
Hey this is awesome. I noticed that you have some perfect perspective lines. Do you draw these individually for each piece or do you have a certain method for doing those?
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Hideyoshi Jun 9, 2011  Professional Digital Artist
i set them up individually for each piece mostly yeah.
It's all about deciding where the horizon should be and then adding in vanishing points.
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:iconngoziu:
These were steps?!?!?! YOU SIMPLY PROGRESSED FROM MAGIC TO MORE MAGIC.

(Amazing)
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