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Hey everyone :-)
Like I promised more step by step animations.
This one is the progress of "Moth Light"



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loqueart Featured By Owner Jul 7, 2014
The progress,well,i think i learn something on it :3.
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Hokage3 Featured By Owner Nov 29, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
well done....the progress is amazing.....how did you manage to change some lightings there? Do you use a lot of overlays and layer settings to achieve it? I'm an aspiring artist and learning from people like you is a fruitful experience...(^_^)
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MortMorrison Featured By Owner Dec 1, 2013  Professional Digital Artist
Hey Hokage3,
I'm glad that you like watching the progress :-)
There are a lot of good ways to add light on a picture.
The best layer modes are "overlay" and sometimes "soft light" Play around with the opacity.
Less is more. Put the color on the borders of your light source. So you get these nice high saturated shine effect.
Also you can try to make a bright light source, and just just white and don't make any shine or gradient.
For example just a circle or a star. 
Then you click in photoshop in your layer window on the bottom the symbol "fx" for layer style.
And choose "outer glow" and playing around with all the options. You can see that you sharp circle or star have know a nice shine.
The best way is to choose in the menü of "outer glow" a bright and very saturated color with the blend mode "overlay".
Or you can go with blend mode "screen" and white or some soft yellow and adding your light source some nice shine.
After that you add the overlay and have a similar effect. Just play around :-) You will see what works best for you and your artwork.
Hope this helps :-)
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Phantom-Shadow16 Featured By Owner Jul 13, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
@00:43Your process is strange yet fascinating!
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XocoWilde Featured By Owner Jul 13, 2013   Digital Artist
I love how you show that you can change the pose and all ! :heart: Is inspiring, some people ((like me, before)) thinks you need have all done before painting, but is nice how you do it OWOd
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TheAnimaster Featured By Owner Jul 9, 2013  Professional Digital Artist
I like how you changed the character completely. So you _can_ "break the rules" afterall~!
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