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Power Girl Commission by Jeffach Power Girl Commission by Jeffach
Power Girl inspired by Man Of Steel. Costume based on design by Ben-Wilsonham
ben-wilsonham.deviantart.com/a…

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nielisson Featured By Owner 5 days ago
MArvelous, amazing job.
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Zechary3 Featured By Owner Dec 3, 2014  Professional Traditional Artist
I wish
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Smiling-Assassin Featured By Owner Nov 1, 2014
Also, did you use a displacement map for her suit?
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Jeffach Featured By Owner Nov 1, 2014   Digital Artist
no, never used those before actually
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Smiling-Assassin Featured By Owner Nov 1, 2014
Okay. How did you manage to wrap that texture around her body?
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Jeffach Featured By Owner Nov 1, 2014   Digital Artist
using warp and liquify
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Smiling-Assassin Featured By Owner Nov 3, 2014
This stuff is very hard (at least for me). I tried to wrap a texture around the model in the picture in photoshop, but Warp doesn't give you the ability to add more warp points in CS4. It's also very hard to keep one area from moving without adding more points. I even tried to Liquify it, but Liquify works only in a dialogue box instead of as a tool in later versions. Liquify also wont let you see how the effects turn out if you still have your other layers visible. I really need to upgrade.

I think the best way for me to do this is to draw a grid on a printout around the model to determine how I want to wrap the costume, scan it in, envelope distort the texture in Illustrator, and import it to Photoshop. That should work.
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Smiling-Assassin Featured By Owner Nov 1, 2014
Okay. I going to try my own in the near future and hopefully, it's half as decent as yours.
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Smiling-Assassin Featured By Owner Oct 31, 2014
Do you have a step-by-step tutorial lying around, Jeff?
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Jeffach Featured By Owner Nov 1, 2014   Digital Artist
no sorry
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