This is my OC : Lord Vlad I use Gimp. I make that by making paths to draw the lines and filling the places in black white or grey. I work from another image because I suck at drawing, although it can be a line art that someone made for me.
Any Idea how I could improve my work ? Make it faster ?
Any comment on the character, while you're at it ?
/ic/ is more appropriate seeing how you're trying to do something more akin to digital drawing.
That being said, a surefire way to get faster is to get better and practice more.
Since you can't draw, and it doesn't seem like you want to learn, you could try printing out the photo, and tracing it. Scan it and clean up the lines. Either way you're not really going to get faster using another method. Just learn to draw.
I'm trying to create a lattice-type design in Photoshop. This is a crude mockup I did with the brush tool--ideally, I'd like the ability to move the vertices around on the fly and see the shape change in response, as well as the ability to fill the space within with different colors. I've tried using the pen tool to do this, but it doesn't seem to let me interconnect shapes (as in, once I close a square, I can't branch off one of its vertices without creating an entirely new, unrelated shape).
Should I tackle this in Illustrator? Is this even... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
Yeah it would be a lot easier to tackle this in illustrator, if you want advanced effects on it that you can't do in illustrator, just do file > place and import the illustrator file into photoshop later.
This way you can open up the file through photoshop, which opens illustrator for editing, then it will update the shape in your photoshop file instantly.
All the Adobe programs play well with each other, there are ways to combine them that let you do way more things.
Also: I'd advise... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
Dude you can disect channels after converting to CMYK, you pick each window, select bitmap > halftone (or any other style) In case of half tone a new window will appear, it is where you enter the angle of for every color.. collect all layers and put them in one window CMYK order and one extra white layer in the back ground
I'm seeking some critique for a division page in my school's yearbook. Our yearbook theme implies beauty, hence the flowers and the color palette. So /gd/ what changes should I make to improve upon this?
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