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Make some Different type of Jewels

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In this tutorial we are going to create a shape like this:

 

 

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Suggest a name.

 

 

 

 

 

Level: moderate

 

 

 

 

 

Plugins required:

 

 

 

 

 

Align Object

 

 

Kaleidoscope

 

 

 AA’s_Assistant

 

 

 Diffuse

 

 

Alpha Mask Import

 

 

Drop Shadow

 

 

Polar transformation

 

 

Mirror

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The File is PDF, find it in the attachments

 

 

If you have any Qestion, please ask here.

 

 

 

 

 

Thanks, hope you like it

 

 

Centipede Rose Tute.pdf

 

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Wow! It certainly is a detailed tute. I am looking forward to testing it out when I get time. Thanks so much for your efforts in writing it. Well done!

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Not as dangerous looking as your charm. Gave me a workout, but had fun with it and I learned a few new things. :)

 

Page 7, reads to merge petals and gem together then flip. I think just the gem should be flipped then merge the two together, but I went with what you have in the tut.

 

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Thanks so much for the tute @YM - can't wait to try it out hug.gif     

 

Lovely result @Doughty - very fluid and nice pastel colours B)

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@ nitenurse and barbie, thank you very much, I am glad you like it.

 

@ Good catch, I have reviewed the file carefully and saw few more mistakes and misspelling, I will correct them and repost it again,

Thanks for pointing that out, and awesome result you have there :)

 

@ Pixey, you are very welcome, I hope the tute is clear enough, if you have any question please let me know, :)

 

@ Goonfella, first of all, it is great to see you again here, and appreciate for passing by and leaving a comment

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I am really amazed at your understanding of how to make things like this.  Your brain must still be young, unlike mine wink.gif      Thanks you so much for taking the time to make the tutorial.  I must admit to getting lost at step 25 -27, so after that I 'improvised' a little.  I will do it again another day just to try to get those 'unusual shapes'.

 

 

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Yellowman! Is not as beautiful as your work. But I am gladly, much learned.  Many thanks for your hard work. wt7suwk6.gif

 

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Pixey - Love whatever you did for the petals and he colors. wow.

 

Searose - Your image has a nice organic look. Lovely.

 

I'm going to have to rework mine somewhat to make it more lively. :P

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Thanks Yellowman! I've gotten as far as the first part, I wil finish it eventually.

 

Nice results Doughty, Pixey, and Seerose.

 

 

Pixey - Love whatever you did for the petals and he colors. wow.

 

Searose - Your image has a nice organic look. Lovely.

 

I'm going to have to rework mine somewhat to make it more lively. :P

 

 

 

Thank you so much! wt7suwk6.gif

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Wow @Seerose - your jewel looks like a Picasso :D .

 

Thank you @DD, @BP and @Doughty :)

 

and @Doughty at step 21 - I used 'metalize' then 'curves' and 'GradientMapping' and then used Sarkut's Yellow Gold.

 

Really cool jewelry tutorial and I need to try again sometime soon ;)

 

 

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