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@Tofu Thanks, Im digital now i used to draw by hand then scan but it too much effortthis pretty much shows my processSpoiler for Hidden: and is also how i made thisSpoiler for Hidden:
I'm not a big fan of the art style where you can see the eyes through the hair but it looks great anyways. Also, the program looks great for digital tablet drawings. Way better than Photoshop for sure. PaintTool SAI. Do I have to pay for it?
yeah, its sort of a habit of laziness, my friend says he doesn't like that either so i might have to work towards fixing that.as for paintool sai, im not 100% sure that its free since it came with the pc built for me so i assumed it was free, i checked and there are free versions, i dunno if they are legit tho.
https://www.systemax.jp/en/sai/free but seems to have a purchasable version lower down.another i've seen that alot of people use but is paid;http://www.autodesk.com/store/sketchbook-pro
So I post again in this thread asking for help with the Paint Tool SAI program. I configured my Wacom tablet to do CTRL + Z when I hit one of the pen's buttons and it was sorta working before (although I had to keep moving the pen away from the tablet every time I wanted to use the command). Then I changed the keystroke to a different pen button and now, although it's literally the same command on a different button, it uses the color picker.I even tried to set it back to the previous button but it will keep using the color picker. Still, the undo command was sorta glitchy since the beginning with my tablet so I was going to need help anyways...My tablet is called One by Wacom. Pretty sure this is it's link in Amazon: [link]
Hmm i don't use Wacom but i i do have hotkeys, however i don't use them so i cant really help you there, you prob already fixed the problem tho considering how long ago it was.
Damn, how did I miss this thread? Nice work bro, I like the way you draw! Are these characters from something, or did you just come up with this out of nowhere?
I actually fixed it like a week ago. Thanks anyways.
These look really awesome, keep it up man o/
thats good, tell me how your wacom goes im think of getting a new tablet
It's working superbly! Of course, I got an "obsolete" model. It's like the last model of the Bamboo family which, if you don't know, is already discontinued. Right now, the good Wacom tablets are Intuos and Cintiq, being Intuos the ones made for people who use them as a hobby or stuff like that, and Cintiq for professionals who basically make a living out of it.Mine's like the last Bamboo model to the point that it's called "One" instead of Bamboo, yet I think it does have the name "Bamboo" in Chinese characters in the box. At least I have concluded that, since it uses the Bamboo Doc software and Bamboo drivers.Anywas, Wacom is clearly leading the tablet market and I can't agree more.Anyways, back on topic. The last arts you posted look great! They're clearly sketches of characters... Or maybe that's gonna be the art style of this thing you're working on with your friend.
something i did for someone, kinda proud of it despite a few errors i noticed right away.Spoiler for Hidden:
Not sure whet errors you saw, it looks quite solid.
I couldn't get the sword i how i wanted it to be in terms of the angle, The scarf knot is awkward and the outline is jagged in places it should be smooth.Anyways here is another i didSpoiler for Hidden:
looks pretty neat dude!