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)
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
Well with proper custom ones, Photoshop's 'brushes' can also be as good as pencils, pens, charcoal, blood spatter, etc 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...
Stage 1: This is gonna be awesome!! Stage 2: Ugh okay... maybe not that good but I got this far already, might at least finish it. Stage 3: What was I thinking?!? *throws everything down the ground* Stage 4: *sobs quietly in a dark corner*
It's not tutorial, hun. :'DD Just "how I do stuffs", step-by-step thingy I suppose... what do you call them again? I create everything digitally nowadays, sometimes I sketch things during lectures, use my phone and snap the sketch then ink them from there.
Ahahaha, ahh thanks I suppose. I don't usually show people my WIPs, but the first one was kinda cute, so why the bloody bunny not?
Yeah yeah that's what they all say hahaha. Nah seriously I used to doodle during lectures as well but lets just say that my doodles weren't quite as impressive
Hahaha don't worry where I'm from we use profanities in every other sentence as verbs, nouns and adjectives; we're very imaginiative when it comes to swearing. Bloody is tame it's the kind of thing you can say around your mum without getting a smack. So I wasn't shocked by the bloody bunny just confused by what it meant Eventually I assumed it was slang for jealousy as in "Bunny Boiler" a reference to the film 'Fatal Attraction'. And there you have it, some insight into how my tiny little mind works .
Hahaha, good plan they are the best seats especially for quick get-aways and little tip when your tired never ever try the old 'I'll sit at the front so that I'll stay awake'. Two of my friends tried that and both fell asleep. one of them had a waking dream and ended up screaming right in the middle of the lecture
Hell nooooo unless you have a strong desire to watch Glenn Close and Michael Douglas knock boots (burrrr, the thought of it still makes me shiver). After ending their affair she goes mental and half way through she boils his kid's bunny, and that's where the term 'Bunny Boiler' come from as slang for jealous older women. The movie certainly does nothing to help the women's cause lol.
Ohhhh crappy 80s movies; Fatal attraction, Single White Female, Basic Instinct - empowering women for decades
I remember my lecturer telling us there was a guy, who attends every lecture, but for every lecture he'd bring in a pillow and sleep, almost right at the front. "What was the point of that then??", he said.
I assume those are actors names, I'm not very familiar with names ahahaha. I do enjoy older tvshows tho, like Golden girls, get smart... good time, good time.