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    Last set of renders I'll be uploading for spiderman. Working on a small tutorial on the BPR render setup I've used to put up after this.

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    Alright, now I am not sure if there is any interest for this, since although this thread has over 1800 views, I've only had one comment so far, but I'm putting it up here anyway: a small tutorial on how I did these renders.
    Also I saw that videos had been posted on how to do NPR rendering recently, so it could very well be I'm providing redundant information here, I don't know. But for me this was an interesting exploration in what materials and filters are capable of, so I'm sharing them anyway!

    As writing this took longer than I thought, I'm splitting it in two sections, starting with cell shading!
    [Edit: I've put all the infos in this image right here! Makes it easier to grab it and keep it somewhere, rather than a bunch of texts here in this post.]


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    I've been following your progress and it's turned out brilliantly. I really appreciate the NPR workflow tips too, for a novice like me it's always helpful to see how more experienced people work. Keep up the good work.

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    Thanks Bosh
    I've updated the cell-shade tutorial by putting the information into image format, so you can grab a copy and take it home with you
    BPR filter tutorial will follow later today I hope.

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    Nice one, I'll definitely be sticking that one in my pocket for a later date, it's already cleared up a lot of the questions I had about the NPR filters.

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    Alright, part two of these comic book rendering techniques: BPR filters! Let me start off by apologizing for any typos. I wrote the whole thing in photoshop and that doesn't have spellchecking as far as I know... Should have written it in notepad first -.-
    Anyway, this took me quite some time to put together, so I hope it's appreciated! Enjoy!
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    And the final result of this process (with a few tweaks, like putting that highlight on blue instead of red)

    Happy rendering!
    Last edited by Thijs de Vries; 04-25-19 at 10:24 AM. Reason: cleared up possible confusion between "overpaint color", "overpaint texture" and "texture overlay" in 3/3

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    These turned out amazing. Thank you for taking the time to put all of the image tutorials together. I know how much work goes into that. The community really appreciates you sharing your process

    Keep up the work and looking forward to your next post.

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    This is fantastic! Great piece and thank you for the detailed breakdown!

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    wonderful! thanks for posting a breakdown

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    That's an awesome tutorial. I think it will really help a lot of people!

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    Thanks for sharing these breakdowns

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    Really impressive work!

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    Great work!

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    Highly deserving of the TR honors.

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