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Scarlet and Sable tutorial videos

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Hey guys I put up a rust texture tutorial video on youtube. I'd appreciate if you have a little time to watch it and comment here or there about what you liked and what you didn't like and about what kind of content you would like to see. Thanks.

 

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Great video. I appreciate your thought processes (maybe because it's about the same as mine). I'd like to see more of your techniques though.

 

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