Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by shifty_uk, 19 Apr 2011.
The right foot looks fake and you've cropped the toe off.
Rip it up and start again
Beats texture mapping!
A little bit different, but been doing some Rome 2 Total war modding (creating units, re-textures, normal maps, reskins & recombining various models) to create some interesting stylised units.
Just a little doodle I did whilst on hold to EON this afternoon
Hello chaps! I'm on the verge of buying Procreate for the Pad, but I think I need a stylus. Can anyone recommend a cheap one that will provide precision without scratching the screen?
Brian Cranston needs to play Gordon Freeman in any Half Life film they make...
Started back drawing after years not doing anything
2 from the past 2 nights, shading yet to sort out on both, but need a trip to hobbycraft for a decent eraser pencil before i finish them off, especially to to get the venom one sorted
You foot fetishists are creepy.
Absolutely over the moon with how this has ended up
And the Batman / Joker one done
Got some new pens coming this week, hopefully be a bit better quality than the ones ive been using
Today I am mostly drunk.
WRONG THREAD IGNORR
Did a request for a friends birthday (late because I'm a bad friend!)
Pro-marker ink pens (A3 paper - Black & Cool grey 5,4,3 & 1)
not sure if joker or 5ub
Do you sell these for profit yet? You really should, old man.
Thanks , keeps me out of trouble.
But at the mo I only do them for charity for favours for friends - takes the joy out of drawing money does for me.
Hey I'm that that old (sub 30 still... just about...)
Haha, that cheesy grin could easily be mistaken
So here's a few I've amassed over the past six months or so. I'd never drawn or painted a person before Walter White...
And Bane... which I never quite finished, took about ten hours...
Did all these whilst stood up in PC world demonstrating Wacom tablets
I've been doing this on and off for about 3 years and it is now done bar some shading/touching up of bits I don't like...
Using a Touchscreen Laptop for Digital Art
I'm after some techy advice with regards to tablets.
Does anyone here think it's worth buying a touchscreen laptop as a replacement for a Wacom. I'm thinking of getting a Surface Pro 3 and wondering if anyone has had any experience with this with PS and Illustrator? Or if anyone can recommend a decent laptop that could handle the Adobe suite?
Couple of randoms
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