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How I do stuffs by Flauschtraut How I do stuffs by Flauschtraut
Step 1: Sketch away!
Step 2: Ink away!!
Step 3: Ink again! :\
Step 3: Razzle dazzle.

Ahh yes, 70% of the time I made some cute drawings first to see if the ideas would work, then redraw them in that style.
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Revan-Ghost Oct 21, 2012  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Well, that's more or less how I pictured the way you do your magic ;)

And for a change I do have an art related question! Recently I dusted off my tablet and started sketching and ,how do I say that, my lines are far more messy than when I pencil stuff on the paper - it's probably the matter of getting used to tablet I believe - anyway the question is: on the sketch stage do you set the flow and opacity of the brush in some specific configuration? (I'm using PS names cause I don't know it's counterparts from other programs)
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I'm using Mangastudio for sketches and inking, but did you mean Paint tool SAI?
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Revan-Ghost Oct 23, 2012  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Nay, PhotoShop xD (I did forget about Sai so I didn't realize that shortcut would cause confusion, by bad ^^;)) Aand after quick checking out of MangaStudio's demo version I'm not so sure if there is exact equivalent of Photoshop's brush settings in MS ^^;
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:iconflauschtraut:
You like brushes? MS is more about pen and linearts tho.
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Revan-Ghost Oct 25, 2012  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Well with proper custom ones, Photoshop's 'brushes' can also be as good as pencils, pens, charcoal, blood spatter, etc :D so do I like them ;)
Oh well, it's time to start headbutting wall in a hopeless quest to find some time for photoshoping sessions...
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:iconflauschtraut:
I don't use PS for inking, sorry I can't be of any help.

Pick the soft walls, I heard permanent wall damage is easier to fix than head damage.
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Revan-Ghost Nov 5, 2012  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Indeed, well sorry about this fuss then ^^;

Nay, I will crush this wall or crack-my-head-open trying! Hmm... I wonder if it's supporting wall which could make things problematic...
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razzle dazzle.. XD
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:iconflauschtraut:
Give 'em the old razzle dazzle
Razzle Dazzle 'em
Give 'em an act with lots of flash in it
And the reaction will be passionate :sing:
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:iconmalicious-ninja:
Oh god Iremember that.*facepalm*
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