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Yes. It's pointless to simulate traditial media in painting program just for the sake of faking the traditional look. However a little bit of controlled chaos in the way the tool reacts to your marks gives image more richness and organic feel. Every "brush" mark being unique is what you're going for. Otherwise you get very homogeneous look. The actual name of brush might just give you some idea what to expect but in the end it doesn't really matter. You can rename everything and use numbers, letters or whatever you want..or even better. In digital painting program you can make brush from scratch that acts like nothing you've seen before and call it Jakkar's_completelydigitallook_brush1. As artist you learn how to make the most of your tools especially when they are highly customizable for personal needs.
Last edited by Farvus; August 13th, 2012 at 02:01 PM.
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I mean sure, there's good design and bad design. At some point in school we were going to build a program whose buttons moved when the mouse cursor approached them and the "Quit" button was invisible. But if thousands of professionals have managed to learn to use X-random-program and the general consensus isn't "this is the most boneheaded thing ever", then maybe the program isn't the problem.
And now you are discovering the time-consuming complications of digital means.Originally Posted by Jakkar
I sense another Worse of CA coming
Everything is permitted
I think the whole discussion was just created to get a rise out
of people. I admit I fell for it. From one of the users other
posts in the Painter section of the forums, it sounds like he/she
is just out to bash painter and similar programs.
I hope Jakkar will prove me wrong, but until we see some
evidence, I'm with Armand in writing this off as a troll thread.
Better start doing it now I bet you he wont show up
Everything is permitted
Bolding the interesting part.
In other words "Bawwwww traditional sucks even though I haven't worked on it." So traditional tools are primitive and expensive. I'd pull out from the box of kl00 since there's always another one that quickly pops in its place, but it's fairly obvious the guy doesn't get it or is just trolling y'all.
Check out my sketchbook! Socially acceptable opportunity to yell at a teenage girl!