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The Five Nights at Freddy's series has become a hit of the Internet. This simple game with scary, but very likeable characters, and a literally haunting story has won the hearts of many. With the fourth game possibly in development, and the movie being created by a big studio, the hype is not likely to die soon.
In this tutorial we're going to create a digital painting of my favorite of the crew, Foxy. Have you ever wondered what this lad would look like if he were a bit more realistic? Let's find out! By the way, you'll learn how to create a painting from scratch, step by step. We'll start with an idea, and we'll paint it all using only two brushes and a few textures.
Shading with colors is not an easy thing. All those hues with different saturations and brightnesses can make you dizzy! Black and white, in this case, should be much less complicated, but that's not true at all. If you want to learn how to shade very dark and very bright objects, especially in terms of living creatures and realistic lighting, keep on reading!
The opacity or transparency of a layer is usually seen as a kind of gradient—the layer can be fully opaque, fully transparent, or somewhere in between. But did you know that you can control the opacity of particular parts of a layer without selecting them manually? It may not sound very useful at first, but just think about blending photo textures! Interested?