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    naming conventions

    -Are there any when it comes to digital art? Im guessing not Id be interested to know how everyone names their files, final images and wips. At the moment I am just using the date of completion to name my images..

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    ...Really? Does it matter at all?

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    if its important i'll name it so i can find it easily, if it isnt i'll just slap the keyboard and save it as whatever sfgifsrthliy comes out

    cut me. i bleed paint.
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    Whatever makes sense to you... There ain't no rules. (Unless of course you're doing something for a project that has got a specific naming convention - but if you are, you'll be told what it is.)

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