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post #16 of 30
I too hope to get a tablet soon probably the bamboo fun medium
post #17 of 30
it has become a passion.









post #18 of 30
I am so ridiculously jealous of everyone here... I struggle with stick figures but I would LOVE to draw like a lot of you can.
post #19 of 30
If anyone is interested in getting a little deeper into drawing, I host a site that is a reference library for professional animators. Check it out...

ASIFA-Hollywood Animation Archive

Click on INSTRUCTION at the top and it will take you to a list of tutorials on constructive drawing, composition, and much more.
post #20 of 30
Wow. That's a really extensive website.
post #21 of 30
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Thanks for the site, and love your work Aragorn.

Finally finished the drawing I started yesterday on Photoshop with the new tablet. I have no experience with digital drawings, but did learn a lot. ^^

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using prismacolors, and ink pens this time.

post #25 of 30
Twisted Alice?
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Yes, it is a twisted Alice, she's from the game American Mcgee's Alice, which is a story of Alice after the death of her parents, and returning back to a corrupted wonderland. It's a really good game, it may be made in 2000, but the music, and atmosphere of the game is amazing. The game is quite rare nowadays. You can find a copy on ebay ranging form 50 to 200 bucks.
post #27 of 30

impressive :D

post #28 of 30

For all of you tablet drawers out there:

Photoshop doesn't smooth your lines, so things you draw will always look jittery and imprecise unless you have a really smooth hand. Most drawing-centric programs, like PaintTool SAI, smooth out lines and make everything you draw look prettier.beyersmile.png

post #29 of 30

Yup, thats like the only difference between Photoshop and Illustrator (which is sooo much fun to play with, btw).  The later even turns your strokes into "path" or "vector" like things that you can then tweak.  And all of my talented artsy friends are afraid to use SAI or Painter because of the lack of layers :P

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Yup, thats like the only difference between Photoshop and Illustrator (which is sooo much fun to play with, btw).  The later even turns your strokes into "path" or "vector" like things that you can then tweak.

Vectors are fun! They're useful, especially for web, game,and GUI design.

 

 

 

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Originally Posted by maxnight1189 View Post

  ...all of my talented artsy friends are afraid to use SAI or Painter because of the lack of layers :P


sailayers

painterlayers

 

Nuh-uh. tongue_smile.gif

 


Edited by Centigonal - 6/2/11 at 9:22pm
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