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Rap BATTLE Twilight vs Trixie
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Gears: All right, Mares
and Gentlecolts, ARE YOU READY
FOR THE RAP BATTLE OF ALL RAP BATTLES?
THE ALL POWERFUL TRIXIE VERSUS TWIIIILIGGHT SPARKLE!
the great and all Powerful Trixie,
Undefeated to anypony who face me.
It's true, Trixie's great, so it's best to make amends,
Trixie's so great, Trixie'll defeat your puny friends.
You're weak, a coward, to everypony here,
Why you're so weak, Trixie might shed a tear.
Ponies say you're strong
well that's just silly,
Why you're no stronger than a weak sick little philly.
Twilight: I tried to be calm, I tried to act nice,
But you're more annoying than a swarm of parasprites.
You go and talk about how great you are,
I'll tell you that's just going too far.
Just looking at your face just makes me sick,
Your so called magic is nothing but cheap philly tricks.
You think you're so strong, well pro
Lazy Nezumi stroke smoothing for Photoshop.Hey everyone, just wanted to bring to your attention a plugin that might be useful for you. It's called Lazy Nezumi, and its main function is to help smooth your strokes out when you're drawing. So, if you want really tight, smooth lineart, or just clean lines in general it's pretty great. In a way, it lets you create a digital stroke closer to how you would on paper or a canvas, it just gives you more control. It's akin to the Lazy Mouse feature in Zbrush, or the Steady Stroke feature in Sketchbook Pro (which I'd highly recommend for anyone doing lineart, it has other great features as well).
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There's a free demo for 30 days you can try out first and see if you like it. It has other features as well, but the one I find the most useful is the "pulled string" method under position processing, when you click details. It's something you might have to try to understand, but it can be super useful.
The main issue I see is that
Copic Markers and Pony colorsI get a LOT of questions regarding what colors I use where when it comes to the ponies, and I keep saying I'm gonna make a little guide. Well, let's give it a shot.
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For the majority of my covers, I use Copic markers to color. Copics are light-fast, alcohol markers... not unlike a classic school marker, but higher quality. I prefer Copic over other brands primarily for a few reasons: Variable tips (markers, fine, brush, etc), better blending, and they can be refilled! This is the BIG selling point to me... this means you can buy the marker once, and continue to refill. It also means you can custom blend colors should you desire. Copics also guarantee that if you buy Y00 yellow, and then buy another down the line, the colors will match. I've bought the same marker color from other brands and had them not match. I will use other brands here and there for very specific colors or effects, but Copic is 99% of my marker work.
So... when I do a cover or whatever, I do basic ink lines first wit