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    I finally got a wacom and photoshop but im having a little trouble with inking , can someone give me links to a tutorial or help in some kind of way

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    I don't understand your question really good... What is it you don't understand? The pen pressure? Basicly is the same as inking with a mouse except your are now doing it with your wacom.

    You should play around with the brush that comes on the Wacom cd's.

    If nothing helped be more specific about what you are trying to do and what is not working....

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    What's the problem specifically? Precision? Line quality? Choosing the right brushes? Something else?

    In the above cases, my suggestions would be:

    1. Get Painter for linework if possible.
    2. Get Painter for linework if possible.
    3. If you're using Photoshop, pick a standard hard round brush, perhaps slightly flattened and rotated, with stylus pressure set to somewhat affect size.

    If you post pictures, it'll be easier for us to help you.

    Good luck!

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    My problem is with the line quality

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    Then you're gonna need lots and lots of practice. I can't help you too much there, since my line quality is generally problematic, too.

    Painter is definitely better for linework, though...

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    Well than how do i get painter

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    Here's a step by step by Brian Bolland.

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    Jeff Jones was advised "No piece of art is ever a failure, because you never come away with less than you started with. ''
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