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My good friend ~Axolotl-mafia wanted to know how I made the fur on my Darc picture, so I thought a tutorial would be a great idea.

I have used this technique for these other pieces and they turned out really nicely. I made clothes, hair, furniture... all sorts of stuff. If you have any questions, note me!

This is a great launch point. By far my favorite thing I have seen anyone do with it is :[link] by ~tatsuya-shiro

:heart::heart: THANK YOU SO MUCH FOR THE DD, COMMENTS AND :+fav:S!! :heart::heart:

I now have a great appreciation for people who make tutorials. It's very time consuming and long. I'm really happy I made it though. I hope it makes sense and I hope there are no typos since my expert copy editor ~mechanicalman is sleeping. I'll have him fix it for me tomorrow.
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Furry, Fuzzy Tutorial by ~hartandhunter -- Suggester's words: I completely found this tutorial by accident, but it's one of the greatest tutorials I've ever found in my life. This may be an older tutorial, but I just about fainted when I tried it for myself. There are so many fur tutorials out there, and until now I had never heard of this method! Not only that, it works for Photoshop Elements, making it a versatile method (since not all methods that work for Photoshop work for PE). This is something I would definitely recommend to other artists who have problems making realistic fur. It's an excellent step in the right direction! ( Suggested by MattsyKun and Featured by FantasyStock )
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HorseQueenDiamond Jan 15, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
Greatest tutorial evaaa! Love the humor ;)
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jillamos Feb 8, 2013  Student Filmographer
I played around with this method and find that it's also a great method to establish base shades, and shade hand paint in the detailed strands. :) Thank you!
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Awesome! Taking it to the next level is great. :star:
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Nikitanikinoo Jan 29, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
This was an absolutely awesome tutorial! This is so easy to do! :D Omg thanks :D
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Eclipse-Stellar Nov 11, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
I can't stop making little fluffy pom poms!! I really enjoyed this tutorial, now it might not be perfect but it does help me understand PS 9 a little more..
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