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Thread: Hone's Cintiq sketchbook...
March 30th, 2009 #1
Hone's Cintiq sketchbook...
All the drawings in this sketchbook thread will be made using a Cintiq mostly with Photoshop...
(Added Aug. 31, 2010 - after mid 2010, most entries will be oil paintings, many of which will have been initially composed and laid out using the Cintiq and Photoshop)
Last edited by Hone; August 31st, 2010 at 07:01 PM.
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March 30th, 2009 #3
Wow that is some super tight hatching. Keep it up.
I know it's all been done before, I want to do it again. I want to do it again.
March 30th, 2009 #4
March 30th, 2009 #5
Thanks for having a look... I like the idea of a sketchbook thread. I am going to keep adding to this one. Yeah... the Cintiq is quite amazing. Having worked with a tablet for many years, I wasn't sure how I'd react to the Cintiq. I got it a week ago... I'm in love with it. It was love at first stroke...
March 30th, 2009 #6
Wow! Very impressive! Guard that Cintiq with your life! Amazing Hatchwork! Would love to see some more! Keep em coming! I'll be back!
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March 30th, 2009 #7
One thing I've discovered with the Cintiq is the draw/erase technique. I've used it a bit with tablets as well, but on the Cintiq it seems more like draw/erase on steroids. One Cintiq side button throws the pen tip into draw mode and the button next to it throws it into erase mode. Back and forth with ease, so drawing with eraser is as easy as drawing with pen (pencil). The effects are swift. ...and no smudging or eraser dust...
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April 9th, 2009 #10
An experiment - Two drawings of the same setup described below.
The upper drawing is pencil on paper and made by viewing the set up and the reference photo on a flat screen monitor. There was no tracing or other devices used while making the drawing. Completely eyeballed from the setup and the reference photo.
The lower is a digital Cintiq drawing. I traced a simple contour drawing of the major shapes, and then made the drawing while eyeballing the reference photo, comparing it to the drawing as I proceeded, but not using any tracing technique.
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