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Painting with Ambient Occlusion


Release date:2016


Skill level:Beginner


Exercise files:Yes

I tried following this tutorial a while ago. But I need more than my result. It looks too flat, and I am trying to figure out why. What would you suggest?

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  1. I’d suggest hitting the contrast to bring more darks and lights to the image. If you make the lips larger they’ll be more proportional to the face, also the lips are at a steeper angle than the eyes so recommend angling the head more or the lips less. You could try changing the light source on the face, I think where the horns are lit up may not match where the cheeks are lit up. Like for just contrast or changing the angle and face lighting around.

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