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    Photoshop uses an additive color model. Mixing...

    Photoshop uses an additive color model. Mixing reduces chroma and the way colors blend makes for poor color modulation. It's fine if you like it. I don't, and I didn't ask for opinions on what media...
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    Why what?

    Why what?
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    That wont mix the colors like real pigment. For...

    That wont mix the colors like real pigment. For example, mixing yellow and blue gives grey - not green. Also, I would like the colors to mix naturally while I paint.


    As far as I can tell that...
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    Natural color mixing?

    Is there any way to mix colors in Photoshop naturally, like real paint? I think there are some plugins that let you mix colors in separate panels, but I would like it to work as I paint.
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    I'm using Painter 2016. Using the brush...

    I'm using Painter 2016. Using the brush calibration still makes it inconsistent. Some brushes are opaque with a light touch, while with others I have to dig a hole thorugh my tablet...
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    Looking for inspiration

    I sometimes find myself in the situation where I want to draw or paint, but I lack inspiration and everything turns out "meh". Those times I tend to just doodle and see what comes out or look at...
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    I must update my first little "review" with...

    I must update my first little "review" with something unespected.

    Before I ordered the art pen I read a review stating that for drawing it basically sucks, but that it's a good tool for painting....
  8. The way I look at it you're both right. I see...

    The way I look at it you're both right. I see repetition as beat, flow as rhytm, contrasting elements (for example straight vs. curved lines) as counterpoint...

    Granted, that's just my way of...
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    How to set pressure sensitivity?

    Here's somethin that's always been bugging me with Painter. The pressure sensitivity. No matter how I try to set it, I often need to go and tweak it back and forth depending on the brush i'm using....
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    I got the art pen today and i've been playing...

    I got the art pen today and i've been playing around with it for a bit. Here are my first impressions:

    Installation was super simple. There wasn't any. It just works out of the box.

    The pen...
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    Ah, I see. If i'm not mistaken the brush tracking...

    Ah, I see. If i'm not mistaken the brush tracking only works properly in CS6 and later.

    I'll give you a little review once it's arrived and i've had time to play with it. There's not really much...
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    Sounds like you have the old 6D art pen. The new...

    Sounds like you have the old 6D art pen. The new art pen is more like the regular grip pen.
    Have you tried your art pen in the latest versions of Photoshop? And if so, has the brush ghost improved?...
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    Wacom Art Pen - is it worth it?

    I'm thinking of getting the art pen for my Intous Pro tablet, but before I do i'd like to ask you guys what you think of it.

    Is it worth getting?

    Does the rotation work well? Is it actually...
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    Question for Intuos and Cintiq user

    Hi,

    Just a really simple question. With your Intuos or Cintiq, do you find that your handwriting looks and feels just as good as with pen and paper? And, what tablet do you use?

    It may seem...
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    In such cases it would be wise to spend more...

    In such cases it would be wise to spend more money on a monitor, so it doesn't shift the colors depending on brightness, and/or get a hardware calibrator(a very cheap and worthwhile investment if you...
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    Speaking of which: turn that bleeping brigthness...

    Speaking of which: turn that bleeping brigthness down!
    Many people just leave it at 100% which is, considering manufacturers tend to use brigthness as a selling point, about as smart as staring into...
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    Thanks for your replies. :) When I read "stop"...

    Thanks for your replies. :)
    When I read "stop" in big bold letters I half expected it to be followed by; "or zombies will eat your family"(I hate when that happens...). Now I understand your...
  18. I don't know if this counts as graphite, but what...

    I don't know if this counts as graphite, but what are those red pencils that for example Vilppu uses?
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    Nice drawing! Looks like did that on a tablet. :D...

    Nice drawing! Looks like did that on a tablet. :D
    Speaking of which, I GOT to get myself some setup so I can draw standing. Whenever i've tried that it just feels sooo much better than anything else.
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    What's wrong with using a tablet? I've only...

    What's wrong with using a tablet?
    I've only found it slightly harder than drawing with pen and paper, but other than that... isn't drawing just drawing, regardless of medium?

    It's a sincere...
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    Sure. My point is just to be observant when you...

    Sure. My point is just to be observant when you pick a mirror, and gather images from many different sources when you build your visual library(i.e compare mirrors, photographs and above all else...
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    While i'm not supporting the flat surface...

    While i'm not supporting the flat surface argument it's worth noting that many mirrors do distort the image. For example make-up mirrors may have curved surfaces, and larger mirrors may be somewhat...
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    For me, grip and forearm training has helped...

    For me, grip and forearm training has helped alot. I would suggest getting grippers and finger extensor bands(for example from Ironmind so you get proper resistance). Then combine that with plate...
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    Vermeer - for his treatment of light Bougereau...

    Vermeer - for his treatment of light

    Bougereau - amazing colors and skin tones

    Rachmaninov - most beautiful music ever written

    Michelangelo - simply genius

    Frederick Hart - especially his...
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