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Hey guys, doing a rush job that involves doing something that's totally alien to me, painting body sweat. Actually, the body needs to look like it just jumped out of the pool or something, so i'm looking for textures or brushes pertaining to water drops or just wetness in general. Worst case scenario I can use reference and figure it out, in fact, that's what I'll be doing till someone can hook me up with a link or direction. Thanks in advance for the help
Last edited by AdventDawn; June 12th, 2010 at 12:31 AM.
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Take a pic of a waterfall + set it to overlay = wet body
Kidding of course, you'll just have to paint it. Best advice I can give is to use a brush with no opacity for water drop highlights and mess around with the layer opacity / blending modes. Good luck!