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Basic Tutorial: What is and Whats is not to use by Hews-HacK Basic Tutorial: What is and Whats is not to use by Hews-HacK
What is and what is not to use if you have a tablet.
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Kyuuragi Featured By Owner Jan 16, 2014
How do you get all those brush options it SAI? My SAI won't give me nearly that many T^T
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campestris Featured By Owner Jul 19, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
I want to buy a Bamboo but I don`t really know what size it`s better to choose. Can you recommend any?
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PurpleNyanNyan Featured By Owner Jul 11, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
very helpful tutorial,i find it great that you give us such tutorials now

I just wonder where is the difference between the nib pen and the normal pen.
Also what canvas size do you usually use to draw,I heard its best to draw on a big size and then shrink it.
Will you make a tutorial how to shade skin, i really love your skin shading :3
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Prodigal-Yoshino Featured By Owner Jul 2, 2013  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Hm... maybe I'll try these first before using openCanvas.
Maybe I'll produce finer lines which is a problem I'm encountering right now.
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StrawK Featured By Owner Jul 1, 2013  Student General Artist
Well, I'm starting and i don't have a tablet yet, but i'll remember this! XD

Very interesting!
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citrusanime Featured By Owner Jul 1, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Oh... really? You don't recommend using vectors? I honestly recently started using them because it made saved me a a whole lot of time back then when I first started drawing. I remember I had no clue what layers or vectors were. So everything I drew back then was just one big layer and my god was that difficult... I think I wasted an extra 5-6 hours because of it... not to put anyone down but vectors make drawing a lot easier without having to redraw a crooked line over and over when you can use tools to straighten it more easily. Only thing I can think of is that you can't color without adding a layer over it...
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Hews-HacK Featured By Owner Jul 1, 2013  Professional Digital Artist
this is for those who owns a cheap tablet or expensive,
if one person is using a mouse, they i can honestly give vector as a best choice tool
but if you have tablet, you will pretty much see the difference in using vector and a natural stroke in ur hands through tablet

i was like that too back then, trying to convince myself that vector is enough
but like they say, people evolve and they will know the difference by their experience.
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Lovely-Ruby Featured By Owner Jul 5, 2013
The only difference I really see is that when using vector layer, my strokes are actually neater. And if I screw up on a stroke, I can easily fix it without having to redo it several times until I get it right.

Not trying to sound rude,I'm just stating why I like the vector layer more.
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Hews-HacK Featured By Owner Jul 5, 2013  Professional Digital Artist
like i said, u will see the difference soon, its not me who should convince you at this point, its you who should

i cant force someone to change, nor buy the cheap tablet
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Toketsuro Featured By Owner Jul 1, 2013
I've been using vectors in my drawings and with "that" reason. This really contradicts my way of drawing but I can't say that this is wrong. What I did is that I followed the path of "easiness" therefore, I did vectoring and now is having a hard time with the brush tool. It really is better to use the brush tool more than vectors to practice the different flows of lines and it took me a "clicking of Hews' tutorial" to realize that. ( stupid me... )

Really. Thanks. ;~;
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