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Here's my first tutorial, basically my method of using a screened sketch for inking. My use of the computer in drawing goes beyond just finishing and is incorporated in even traditional techniques.
There was no way I could possibly have covered everything in one tutorial and made it even remotely useful, so I decided to break it into several parts, the first being my use of a screen for inking. Eventually I'll get to coloring and shading, coloring the inked lines, and adding a pattern to a drawing.
The following is a more precise version of the Height Chart with GROUP AND PAINT LAYERS INCLUDED. The File is 1920X1080. Complete Version with SVG and PNG file here [link] Read Object Transform and download the 7zip file if you want to make Height charts bigger than 7 feet. Download Inkscape and use the svg file Character Height Chart.svg to make bigger height charts.
File Size W 1920 H 1080.
Inkscape Bold Lines -Transform ToolBar-Object-Transform Move Vertical 34 or -34
Inkscape Silver Lines -Transform ToolBar-Object-Transform Move Select bold line ctrl D it Make Vertical -12 or 12.
Inkscape Silver Lines -Transform ToolBar-Object-Transform Move Select bold line ctrl D it Make vertical -24 or 24.
7'0 Feet Bold Lines X 34.831 Y 1039.578 W 1874.804 H .997
0" Feet Bold Line X 34.831 Y 1039.578 W 874.804 H .997