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I did this exercise after watching a stream of Aaron Blaise on painting grass. It's my take on what he did; copying his basic composition and painted for the technical challenge of doing it entirely in TwistedBrush as to photoshop on a large cintiq pro like him.
I did have to customise a set of pen brushes and used them; a shape brush and an eraser, that's all
the shadow added at the end was gray blue on layer set to multiply
the sunlight was light  orangy yellow on a layer set to overlay
I notice that as you click on the lower pictures you have to scroll up more and more to see the isolated picture which appears at the top each time
bright grasses.jpg  the following pictures are stage pictures and screenshots of the develoment
grass 1.jpg  grass 3.jpg  grass 3b.jpg  grass 4.jpg  grass 5.jpg  ScreenHunter_246 Dec. 03 19.47.jpg  ScreenHunter_246 Dec. 03 19.49.jpg  ScreenHunter_246 Dec. 03 23.08.jpg  ScreenHunter_247 Dec. 04 16.46.jpg  ScreenHunter_247 Dec. 04 16.47.jpg

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You are the king of layers excellent work
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I have a lot of tall grass in the woods. It couldn't be done better.

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Wow...what a process! The end result is perfection, well done! Thank you so much for sharing.
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Spuddy your awesome thank you so much for showing this
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Wow, that is an awesome end result from all of your stages Dave. It looks really beautiful.  [smile]  Robyn
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You are the king of layers excellent work

Thanks Don less layers than I would normally use though
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I have a lot of tall grass in the woods. It couldn't be done better.

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Thanks Bob ..Well I know it can be done better but I was pretty pleased on how it turned out
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Wow...what a process! The end result is perfection, well done! Thank you so much for sharing.

Thanks suzrtte ..it's a lot simpler than it looks...... there are however several more steps that aren't shown in the post
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Wow, that is an awesome end result from all of your stages Dave. It looks really beautiful.  [smile]  Robyn

Thanks Robyn I do look at it and think did I really do that ,some pictures are like that not that this is really a picture more of a study
anyway thanks Dave
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Spuddy your awesome thank you so much for showing this

I don't know about awesome I think I just got lucky on this one and things turned out well
it is the final two multiply and overlay layers that bring it to life it's pretty dull up to that point
glad you enjoyed it Dave
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Such fun to see your design process, Dave!

I, too, like the end result.  Thanks for sharing.

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Thanks Rita but to be accurate it's Aaron Blaise's process I just followed his tute
thanks again dave
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