i always wonder when im looking at all you guys and girls pictures, what the hell did he draw that with?
corel? photoshop? illustrator? WHAT?
what one is the best? what one does all the pros use? rookies use?
scanned pictures? wacom? REAL paint?
i mean what the hell?? what is your method of drawing? do you draw with pencil, then scan then photoshop?
im sorry im new to this digital art sh*t and im tryin to get in, sum1 show me the light!
I feel the same.Originally Posted by magicgoo
But anyways. There is no single tool everyone draws with. Use what you're comfortable with.
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I would suggest not using whatever you're writing with.
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the only posible way to crate good art on a PC is to use the newest Photoshop with the most expensive tablett mankind knows
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as an alternativ you can just use traditional media like the exotic "pencil" together with so called "paper" to become good
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thats fucked up. all i ask what is every1s favorite medium and cant nobody even answer.
i guess im too new to fuck wit u all huh? ill just stay in my little rookie corner.
if you are a rookie i recommend a hb pencil (mechanic or not) and a big load of printerpaper in regular size (this is what i m using right now)
You didn't ask what everybody's favourite was... you asked what was the best. There is no best! Personally I use pencils, pens and photoshop.. that's just what I like. It's what works for me, but somebody else will do incredible works with charcoal, conte and Painter. I've done some surprisingly decent drawing with a twig dipped in india ink.
You'll find a lot of people draw by hand and scan. Some people draw directly onto the computer. Some people *gasp* don't use computers at all. Just do art and you'll find out what you like best. There is no wrong approach in this area (just don't let us catch you using a lens flare).
Penis is mightier than the pencil.
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why no lens flare?
i dont get it... hehe
*slaps you on the head with a rose* why are you asking.. all these questions..
why do you really want to know. seriously? just grab a sketchbook a pencil and just draw. geezus.. no tool, will make you become "THE SUPER DUPER ARTIST" your got to work your butt off..
yeah using graphic programs is great and all
but its pointless if you dont know how to do things correctly on peice of paper.
:| *shakes her head* i should've kept quiet... :|
So you don't feel like a shithead that everybody's jukin'...here's an honest answer...pick one and try it. I use all of 'em.
Graphite pencils, all grades and degrees.
Rapidographs and similar.
About 20 different types of fine-point marker.
Prisma colors and about five other brands
An Xacto Knife
If using ink or other water media, I use:
Fine point rounds to 4" cheap bristle house painting brushes
Long hollow glass tubes
About 20 different types of pen point in a holder
Long strips of cloth
The cut and splayed ends of sisal and cotton rope
a pissed off cat's tail
My shoe strings
My own hair tied to a dowel rod.
On the computer:
Photoshop (5.x to CS2)
Illustrator (1.3 to CS2)
Scanned pencil and pallpoint pen
pieces of torn paper (for the edges)
You didn't ask about painting, so I won't go into that. Neither one of us has time for it, either...
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