Just an FYI before I start: This is my first time doing a quest like this (I've done a couple quest-type threads on another board, but in a different style), so sometimes my storytelling might be a bit strange (maybe).
Anyway, time for plot: Beaver City has always been a peaceful little mountain town, so when the virus hit, nobody knew how to react. The undead walked the streets and countless citizens were consumed by the infected, unable to react in time to prevent the horde from devouring their flesh. Now, two days later, the town is chock-full of zombies... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
Boyfriend got me a windows tablet and stylus as a gift so I can start drawing digitally. Any tips regarding programs/technique/etc for a brand new digital artist? Using autodesk sketchbook for tablet at the moment.
>>465899 Since its mostly just using space you could use better: move the taskbar from the bottom to the left.
>programs Sai and Clipstudio Paint (also marketed as Manga studio 5) are not so CPU and Memory hungry as Photoshop or other programs, which can get laggy or slow on a tablet quickly. If you dont want to buy a programm there are Krita (a bit like a Photoshop clone) and Gimp (standard painttool from Linux systems, there is a lot of guides and alike out there through this). Dont forget to get the latest drivers and to calibrate the Pen.
>etc Get an mate or antiglare screen protector, screens can get scratched pretty fast if dont use one, especially when using a pen, also the surface is not so unnatural smooth like the glas before, it actually feels more like drawing on a screenless tablet. Have a backup on another PC or extrenal harddrive. Tablets get lost or stolen more easily and if anything breaks, you might end up with an replacement without your files, when you bring it for repairs to the shop. Losing all your files pretty much feels horrible ;_;
So I like robots girls, and is basically my only meaningful sexual fetish. And like any good nerd I eventually ventured to try to draw what I was thinking, and before I knew it I was posting in an ASFR forum. Some people even enjoyed it and started to make request and made me feel like and artist and all. Pressure! But the problem is that I don’t really know anything about drawing software and technique, I started with mouse and photoshop but I have now a basic bamboo wacom and Manga studio. Could you give me some... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
I'm going to be a shameless requester a request these two as prostitutes, if you have the time. Unfortunately i'm no artist but i can say that you should try most of the programs available to you, i do use photoshop for editing comics, but a lot of artist for example, use SAI for making actual drawings, not just editing.
DAMN DAMN DAMN - browser crashed in the middle of making a picture boo hoo hoo
This is Kerri - from a graphic novel I'm trying to write about WW3 (set around 20-30 years in the future). Kerri is a tank battalion commander along with her boyfriend Esteban; a Jewish scientist with a bionic leg that runs on uranium, Luka; a piss-taking never-serious Russian that has no gauge on offensive content, and Fleur - a tiny French girl whose sweet as pie and tough as nails.
Think Tank Girl haha. Wish I had the talent for comics like Jaime Hewlett and Alan Martin thou
I have a really REALLY hard time to wrap my head around human anatomy especially muscles.
I don't mean the basic proportions, I know that the crotch is around the half of the body, nipples one head below the chest, the chest is ~ two craniums wide etc.
But let's say I would draw a person catching a ball in mid air from imagination, I would not know how to accurately attach deltoid, bizeps, triceps and all these fucking weird muscles of the forearm to my mannequin.
Or let's say I look at a naked body, it's almost impossible for me to... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
I'm going back to my days in figure drawing and doing from drawing from "life" (photographs on my second monitor). It doesn't really teach you anything but it does help reinforce the locations and volume of muscles and bones. To help teach the most important shapes within the figure I took the original, redrew it from "life", redrew that in a "simpler" manner, redrew that even more simple, and so on. Eventually you arrive at basic shapes and lines, which are where you usually start when drawing from imagination, so I can see the process of basic shapes to actual figure a little clearer.
My tip for this approach (a "study approach") is to keep doing these "studies" until you feel more comfortable starting from scratch and building your figure. Like learning a new language it's important to practice it consistently or the knowledge will fade.
>pic related The picture I was working from (the middle bust). >>465815 My study result (I shrank the simplified busts next to each other just to see easier but when you actually do the study you do each bust in a new layer and "trace" the next one)
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