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A Fairly Brief Tutorial by workshop A Fairly Brief Tutorial by workshop
Just wanted to distill some of my knowledge in a funny, yet insightful reading. Using my work in progress, Shinigami Quinn, which won one of the heats in the halloween wallpaper war I'm currently having over at [link]

Anyhow, I hope you enjoy this kind of stuff.

By the way. Any comments about how much my english suck will be thrown in the trash bin. I'm neither native-english speaker nor put a lot of time writing it. I Which was somewhere around 45 minutes. :)
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Poila-Invictiwerks Featured By Owner Sep 23, 2006
Well, it does work. Only thing is... practice is priority! :)
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TermsOfService Featured By Owner Sep 22, 2006
Excellent tutorial. A comprehesive overview of the basic workflow :)
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Flowerlark Featured By Owner Sep 22, 2006  Professional General Artist
I always thought you had great english, better than most native spekers I know. Awesome tutorial, btw. ;)
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workshop Featured By Owner Sep 22, 2006  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Thanks. :)
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djpirtu Featured By Owner Sep 22, 2006  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
I thank you for these insights and I hope that I will have time to try them out sometime in the near future.
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Schizo555 Featured By Owner Sep 21, 2006
Yay! Thanks for the tips!
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EaglesF Featured By Owner Sep 21, 2006
I love your stuff, so gettin' some insight on how you work is great.

Thanks
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AsymptoteG Featured By Owner Sep 21, 2006  Hobbyist General Artist
Very informative! You won't find some of these helpful comments in a photoshop guide. ^_^
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Windgrowler Featured By Owner Sep 21, 2006  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Thank you for the insight.
One question. This can be done with both, but I 'd like to know if you use a mouse or a tablet to paint?
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workshop Featured By Owner Sep 21, 2006  Hobbyist Digital Artist
I use a tablet. Wacom Intuous 2 A4 to be more specific. I have tried to draw with a mouse, but using a tablet is much less aggravating for me.
They're not the cheapest things ever, so I would suggest you try one out before you decide to buy.

The bottom line is that it takes some practice to get the hand-eye coordination working with a tablet. I remember when I first got one, it took me half an hour to get the hang of it. I know it took much longer time for other people..
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