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Gnin's Quick Cum Tutorial

Fri, 10 May 2013 01:26:27

Gnin

What's Up Thought i'd fiddle you guys a quick cum tutorial. For this you need any version of Photoshop. I'm using CS5, but it doesn't really matter. I'd like to point out that [glow:94y8s6iq]this is NOT a "how to use Photoshop" tutorial[/glow:94y8s6iq], so if you don't know the very basics e.g. how to change a brush, then don't read this / Google how to. I did this tuto on a light grey canvas so you could see better of what's happening there. However, i recommend you to do the cum edits straight ON an image (gmod/sfm/xna pose), so you get better understanding what sizes your cum edits should be and where. This cum edit is made for 3D images, NOT real images, that's a different story and would require some further tweaking. Alright then! Get yourself a cup of something nice to drink and follow the tutorial. Don't rush and read carefully what's written on each step, there ain't much text and this is easier than you think. What i can't teach you is the use of imagination, what i'm meaning with that is where you shoud put the glares, shadows and what parts should have the cum fill etc... Enjoy and ignore the typos =D
Fri, 10 May 2013 01:40:07

DemonicLemon

The fact that you did this on The Incredible Hulk is funny to me :D I think I shall put this to use, Thank you, Gnin.
Fri, 10 May 2013 01:47:41

Gnin

"DemonicLemon" said ...
The fact that you did this on The Incredible Hulk is funny to me :D I think I shall put this to use, Thank you, Gnin.
Well, i picked Hulk cos he's green and i needed to make a point with using the brown base and luminosity for the cum edit, it works wonders on any skin color. Besides, he has a nice big, smexy chest. It looks good to me drenched in cum hahaha.
Fri, 10 May 2013 01:48:29

Gnin

My final cum edits are pretty light but you guys can boost yours by duplicating the layers ;) Just don't make it too bright if your image is dark, it looks silly. Post your edits here so i can take a look and offer further assistance =D
Fri, 10 May 2013 04:52:28

Doctor Moo

I'm not sure if it'll get the same, or different results, but black while using the hard light blending option makes it blend a little better, but I'll have to try it for myself before I can confirm it. Good tutorial, I'm sure this will come in handy. Also btw, you can add or subtract areas with the lasso tool by making another shape after creating one to remove areas, and pressing shift to add areas. It's easy to edit, along with the pen tool, but that might not be the reason you said it was a bad idea to use.
Fri, 10 May 2013 08:11:06

Gnin

"Doctor Moo" said ...
I'm not sure if it'll get the same, or different results, but black while using the hard light blending option makes it blend a little better, but I'll have to try it for myself before I can confirm it. Good tutorial, I'm sure this will come in handy. Also btw, you can add or subtract areas with the lasso tool by making another shape after creating one to remove areas, and pressing shift to add areas. It's easy to edit, along with the pen tool, but that might not be the reason you said it was a bad idea to use.
Hey Moo, Actually, hard light burns the neutrals/mids and lightens the light colors. It gives more depth for the darker parts of the cum and it makes it pop out more. It depends of your image and what kind of results you want. It's also a preference question. Sometimes i use it and mix it with other layers. If you use luminosity, remember to drop its brightness when applied. Otherwise it'll look unrealistic. I've used Photosop around a decade, i do know how to add/ substract areas from a selection, thank you very much ;) The reason lasso tool is a very bad idea is that you can't add "anchors" to it and you need to do the shape from one standing without the possibility of tweaking it on the way you're doing it, this is why i'm highly recommending you guys to learn to use the pen tool. It's really easy. You can change the vector into lineart, selected area, or completely fill it, therefore it's much better.
Tue, 21 May 2013 20:25:56

Silk

Thanks for this Gnin, been looking for a good tutorial for a while that I can adapt to GIMP. My efforts so far after a few minutes playing around with it: Not as good as yours, but im getting there thanks to your help ^_^ EDIT: Just for future reference googling "Gimp Cumshot lesson" is to be avoided. Unless you roll that way of course.
Wed, 22 May 2013 23:59:28

Gnin

"Silk" said ...
Thanks for this Gnin, been looking for a good tutorial for a while that I can adapt to GIMP. My efforts so far after a few minutes playing around with it: Not as good as yours, but im getting there thanks to your help ^_^ EDIT: Just for future reference googling "Gimp Cumshot lesson" is to be avoided. Unless you roll that way of course.
That is fucking awesome! You have a brilliant base there friend, you only need to add the glares. They're really important for all liquid edits. Use hard brush when you add them. I don't normally slap edits on others pics but this is for "educational" purposes since you're doing sucha good job ;). Lemme show: As you can see, adding the glares adds a lot more detail and "feel" to it. Always remember to add them ;)
Thu, 23 May 2013 01:05:37

Doctor Moo

Looks like a slight drop shadow would benefit it as well.
Thu, 23 May 2013 18:37:08

Silk

Thanks for the reply :D I did actually add glares and shadow, I just had to adjust the layer opacity down a bit to adjust the overall brightness. I think I might just skip these stages in the future and add them in after I have made the adjustments to the layers. Will have a second attempt at this. Who knew photoshopping images with a mouse could be so fun :D
Thu, 23 May 2013 23:05:21

Gnin

"Doctor Moo" said ...
Looks like a slight drop shadow would benefit it as well.
Yeah, you're right.
"Silk" said ...
Thanks for the reply :D I did actually add glares and shadow, I just had to adjust the layer opacity down a bit to adjust the overall brightness. I think I might just skip these stages in the future and add them in after I have made the adjustments to the layers. Will have a second attempt at this. Who knew photoshopping images with a mouse could be so fun :D
Yeah, it's best to have the glares on their own separate layer when everything else is done =D.
Thu, 08 Aug 2013 17:42:05

invisible

Nice tutorial, what you should do is make a brush out of it. Like different shapes and angles, this way to make something like this won't be that time consuming for some.
Thu, 08 Aug 2013 19:35:37

Gnin

"invisible" said ...
Nice tutorial, what you should do is make a brush out of it. Like different shapes and angles, this way to make something like this won't be that time consuming for some.
Anyone can go read my tutorial and do their own brushes...
Sun, 13 Apr 2014 17:36:45

Valnoressa

Best cum tutorial I've come across, hands down. Simple, well explained and most of all it works a charm. Thanks a lot for this! I've already put it to good use in my images :3 A <3 for you.