The Pencil itself is every bit as good as the Wacom pen. Slightly worse tilt sensitivity but better control of the tilt thanks to the larger tip. The default pressure sensitivity is imo much better than Wacom on the lower end, but worse on the upper end since it takes way too much force to reach full pressure. You can fine-tune pressure curves in individual apps, so this isn't a big problem.
Whether it's worth it or not will depend on your expectations. It's the best solution for a digital sketchbook... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
Save money, buy a companion instead. Or get a normal tablet. The ipad pro isn't bad but like the above poster said its OS is mobile so you're not going to be running any heavy duty drawing apps. I mean there's still decent ones but you'de do better with something that can run PS, SAI or w/e.
I tried it out and the apple pencil is a fair bit heavier and thinner than a wacom stylus, so it definitely feels different and I'd probably be more wary of dropping it for that reason, the wacom stylus is so light dropping it doesn't do much damage to it or the floor so that's one thing to consider. You have to charge it unlike a wacom stylus, but it behaves much more like a real pencil, you can shade with the side which is very nice and something wacom has never bothered to address. Procreate,... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
i'm just about getting jobs from my work, but drawing only feels as fun as it did when i started. i still look up to true pro artists and think about how i would want to draw every hour of the day if i could do what they do, but i probably said the same thing about the level i'm at now..
>>2689854 It becomes a little more gratifying, but not better in the sense were you'll love it more and automatically see it as fun. If you're not having fun when you start then why do it at all. Besides, you won't get better if you're not passionate about it. You might as well be doing something you actually enjoy.
Almost everyone I know who went from shit to pro just had fun and drew what they liked, while applying what they learned and got entry level within 2-3 years.
>>2689860 I've hit where you were before, buddy. In that case, take a break from drawing, and do some light sketches while you pick up something else, say writing. I'm not saying write a novel, but make some fun characters and do some light world building. Maybe even think of funny scenarios you'd maybe like to sketch out. It's helped my creative process a lot more. If you get something almost solid together maybe you can make it into a little project. Drawing can get more fun when you're working towards something.
>>2691692 To draw a good comic you don't have to know much about drawing (see original One Punch Man), but you simply have to have excellent composition and timing. To learn that you can start with reading books written by Scott McCloud (like "Understanding Comics") and "Framed Ink".
If you already know this stuff, then the first step of making a comic would be writing a script and drawing roughs.
Whenever I have to do detail work, such as with an ink pen or draw a line slowly my hand shakes pretty badly and I can't keep it still. Is there any way to stop my hand shaking when I try to do delicate or detailed work? Am I doomed to not being able to draw because of this? Picture unrelated.
>>2689344 Well if you don't want to use a tool that will keep your hand steady, like those elbow canes and stuff like that, or even use your finger to anchor your hand on the paper, you might want to improve your muscle tone.
Start lifting weight and do straight line excersizes, where you draw a series of straight lines for a prolonged period of time, trying to make them as parallel as possible. Make sure to specifically start and stop your hand, so there's no hooks at any end of your line.
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>>2684727 just wing it man. every artist develops a personal method in function of the desired finished product. there isn't just one universal construction for the head and feet and so on. in fact there aren't any instructions for anything. you just draw. every day and convince yourself you are making progress.
>>2691347 Hello newfag. Don't make your own threads. Read the sticky and get Keys to drawing by Bert Dodson >>1579290 And then go to the beginner thread where you will find other people with the same skill level as you. >>2689641
What do i do when i have a friend who's constantly jealous because they think my "art" is better than theirs ? Not to mention they get upset when i don't show them my art yet they still act bitter when they force me to show them
You are just amazing the way you are! If they can not accept you for your hard work and creativity than you can find someone waaay better! There are so many great people out there! Find a wonderful new friend and never give up on your amazing artwork! :D
>>2691255 Complete shit. No evidence of understanding of form, lighting, proportion, or a controlled and accurate value range. Worst of all it evinces a complete lack of originality on behalf of the 'artist' and - assuming they and OP are one and the same - a fundamental misunderstanding of how ideation and not rote copying is a vital skill for design and character art.
>>2690674 Shouldn't it be fairly easy to do one of these yourself? Either get a family member or friend to sit for a minute while you take some photos, or you can use a timer or a couple mirrors and do it with yourself.
i have huion dw69 or whatever its called, didnt notice this issue at all. Pretty sure most of the newer china graphics tablets have fixed this issue, week ago, i even found chinese tablet with passive styles (no charge or battery). Literally there is almost no reason to overpay for wacom anymore, unless you are a pro.
I draw one day, the next day I can't seem to draw anything that looks decent. Then after a few days I can draw something that looks okay. Process repeats so often, I think I'm doing something wrong and it frustrates me.
I'm confused about all this Youtube and Google shit I have a few channels with different purposes, none of them really serious or that I'd want to be associated with me If I wanted to start a new one for "serious" art and self-promotion, is there any way to still use the quick channel switch in the Youtube menu (see pic) without it being linkable to the others?
>>2689840 >/ic/ - Tech Support The only person who can see your list of accounts is you. Just make a new email address for your new account. If you don't want to see your other accounts in the list, sign out, remove them and log back in with the one you want to use.
>>2690778 >8▶ >>>2690769 (OP) >Just pirate it and see for youself. Not op but as far as i know you cant pirate it. But you probably shouldn't pay each month just download the videos and pay again a year later.
Sup /ic/, really hoping this isnt an inappropriate thread for this board, if it is go ahead and delete me.
Been trying to figure out a name for this specific style of drawing/art/print, something google-able. I want to look at more examples of it and stuff, but its very hard to find a label, and looking up various art movements has given me nothing (not exactly an expert on the different 20th century drawing styles here).
Can anyone enlighten me as to a term or school or something that would make finding this style easier?
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>>2690073 Watch the livestreams where these videos come from instead of the sped up recordings if you want to get a real feel how things are done in practice. but it's mostly hentai. One manga artist had a webstream, too, but it wasn't that interesting.
As to why they never go all the way - it takes several weeks to make a doujin and it isn't done one page at a time. So you will rarely find video compilations.
>>2690073 Manben is a Japanese documentary series by Urasawa Naoki that deals entirely with the manga making process. All the episodes have been fansubbed. https://www.nyaa.se/?page=search&cats=5_19&filter=0&term=manben
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