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"God Hates All Faggots, and Dykes, and They All Deserve to Rot in HELL"
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Just fooling around with Paint Tool SAI. May pick this up later, may not, but this is the best thing I've done yet that was purely digital. I'm starting to get the hang of this. :3 As Always, comments are welcome. Wanted- needed, actually.

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Published: 8 years, 2 months ago
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furnut5158
8 years ago
hello :D   ah i see u got Sai :D

i find myself using sai over photoshop these days, mostly because of 2 things: line stability tool and watercolor (blurring) tool.

if you want nice smooth lines, click on Brush, then look up the top middle-rightish, where it says Stabilizer, and choose from a drop down menu of 0 to S-7.   i personally use s-3 a lot, as it adds a lot of curve but yet maintain enough control for me to bend the lines to my will  :o

the watercolor tool, i think by default, blends colors together really well, but i prefer to make it so it's like a blur tool in photoshop, except it works even better.  you can use my settings:
Min Size: 60%   Density: 24     (simple circle)   (no texture)     Blending:42    Dilution:53     Persistence: 86
Uncheck Keep Opacity    Smoothing Prs:100%   [Advanced Settings] Quality:2   Edge Hardness:36   Min Density:0   Max Density Prs.:100%     Hard <-> Soft:90

good luck and lemme know how that goes :D  
mchollis89
8 years ago
" furnut5158 wrote:
hello :D   ah i see u got Sai :D

i find myself using sai over photoshop these days, mostly because of 2 things: line stability tool and watercolor (blurring) tool.

if you want nice smooth lines, click on Brush, then look up the top middle-rightish, where it says Stabilizer, and choose from a drop down menu of 0 to S-7.   i personally use s-3 a lot, as it adds a lot of curve but yet maintain enough control for me to bend the lines to my will  :o

the watercolor tool, i think by default, blends colors together really well, but i prefer to make it so it's like a blur tool in photoshop, except it works even better.  you can use my settings:
Min Size: 60%   Density: 24     (simple circle)   (no texture)     Blending:42    Dilution:53     Persistence: 86
Uncheck Keep Opacity    Smoothing Prs:100%   [Advanced Settings] Quality:2   Edge Hardness:36   Min Density:0   Max Density Prs.:100%     Hard <-> Soft:90

good luck and lemme know how that goes :D  


Thank you. :3 I've had to take a few weeks off from digital drawings and got WAY bad at it now.... :< As such, I've been jumping from tool to tool, and program to program... I could really use as many pointers in it as I can get ...  and a tablet with a bigger work area than 4 by 6 inches. >.>
furnut5158
8 years ago
how are you at drawing on regular paper?  most of the skills are transferred from there to the tablet :o    dont expect the tablet to suddenly transform you into an elite artist o.o;;

but yes, generally a bigger tablet than 4x6 is better for your hands.  just dont go crazy and get the biggest model there is :P   im using a 10.25x6.5 (cintiq 12xw from wacom) and that's a great improvement.  any bigger than that, and you might find yourself having trouble putting that on your lap or finding space on your desktop :o

if you don't wanna pay $1,000, you can try the Intuos4 Medium (8.8x5.5 area) and its only $350 because it doesn't have a screen like the Cintiq series.

as with any tablet, be sure to check to see if the tablet driver works at all.  to check, i lift my pen from the tablet, then place it somewhere else back on the tablet.  the mouse cursor should immediately 'jump' to the new location.  if it doesn't, then it's acting like an expensive mouse where you gotta drag the cursor everywhere.  D:   my friend didn't know for the first week, and she had the hardest time drawing.  =/
mchollis89
8 years ago
" furnut5158 wrote:
how are you at drawing on regular paper?  most of the skills are transferred from there to the tablet :o    dont expect the tablet to suddenly transform you into an elite artist o.o;;

but yes, generally a bigger tablet than 4x6 is better for your hands.  just dont go crazy and get the biggest model there is :P   im using a 10.25x6.5 (cintiq 12xw from wacom) and that's a great improvement.  any bigger than that, and you might find yourself having trouble putting that on your lap or finding space on your desktop :o

if you don't wanna pay $1,000, you can try the Intuos4 Medium (8.8x5.5 area) and its only $350 because it doesn't have a screen like the Cintiq series.

as with any tablet, be sure to check to see if the tablet driver works at all.  to check, i lift my pen from the tablet, then place it somewhere else back on the tablet.  the mouse cursor should immediately 'jump' to the new location.  if it doesn't, then it's acting like an expensive mouse where you gotta drag the cursor everywhere.  D:   my friend didn't know for the first week, and she had the hardest time drawing.  =/


Oh, I didn't expect to suddenly become a good artist, but I expected the same quality of art on my tablet as on paper. And yes, I have been looking at a Medium Intuos 4. It's just the area I'm used to working with. and for the record, I use a laptop. :P And from what I heard, All one needs to do, as far as the drivers are concerned, is download the latest version from the net. Also, I have NO idea where they get that "pen to paper feel" nonsense... Maybe I should have left the protective covering on. I have a Wacom Bamboo Pen.
furnut5158
8 years ago
hehe companies need to lie--er, stretch the truth a bit.  the surface of most tablets are very smooth and definitely does not have the traction of pencil on paper.  maybe they got some modification things u can put on top.  i dunno.  :P

oh ya i saw the bamboo series.  its fine for starters, until you want something bigger >:)

oh, i gotta mention the heat.  i dunno if the intuos has vents on bottom to vent heat, but the cinitiq does, and if you put it on your lap to draw, it'll eventually start burning your lap =/
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