A tutorial that follows up my last one. This one is quicker, but more in depth with technique. I am using hue jitter and scatter, along with a range of brush styles to achieve what I want. This is closer to my true style currently, but is also trickier to duplicate. People who use this should have photoshop, probably a tablet, and atleast a year of digital painting under their belt. Not saying newer people can't try it, though. : ) Enjoy, I hope it is fruitful and more satisfying than the last.
See Tutorial 1.0 [link]