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Allowed in this folder are OTHER GENERAL tips about:
- Digital Art
Example: Digital painting, ... with technology.
(Note: some can be used in traditional art)
Want to start simple on Digital Art? Try this out: apps.pixlr.com/editor/
From blue sketch to digital ink with Krita Deevad 1,831 70 Lineart Tutorial Sakuriik 792 29 Channels and Noise Tutorial shesta713 44 4 Colour Wheel Tips Ekkoberry 265 11 Normal vs my shading kawacy 11,210 388 :: Photoshop Gold Tutorial :: Sangrde 1,581 24 Basic Semi Realistic Eye Turorial AnEclipseAtdusk 13 2 Raster Vs Vector: A Battle of Graphic Proportions JRCnrd 202 36 How to be creative with textures (Forest) ChristinaKingma 1,895 92 Detailed Eye Enhancement Tutorial Part 1 vigar 20 4 How to ensure the most accurate color snicholes0000 12 1
A Beginners Guide to Your Stock and That of Others
I like stock images. I like making them and I like using them. One important thing about using stock is having the right amount of rules. Too many and it becomes a pointless resource, too few and your work could be used for something you’d never want. In this tutorial, you’ll learn how to come up with your own rules and how to follow those of others. This tutorial is really meant for people who are new to the stock and manip world, but might still be helpful to those with only a little knowledge of it.
Part 1: Following the rules and avoiding pissing people off
Intro: You open your inbox one day to see a new comment on your first manip, from the creator of an image you used, and instantly you're filled with dread. They politely confront you, even complimenting your piece, about their stock. They kindly ask you to remove the stock, not take down whole image, but their photo due to a violation of their rules. Panicked, instead of just cropping out the small detail that
PE: Tools for Transparent Background
A guide how to remove background from traditionally drawn pagedolls
Would you like to decorate your page with fun little figures - so called pagedolls - but you're a traditional artist and don't know how to make background transparent behind those dolls? If the answer is yes, then this is a guide for you!
When drawing pagedolls digitally, getting them on transparent background is quite simple – just do not draw any but leave the pixels behind the figure untouched. When you have drawn your pagedoll on a paper, it requires a bit more effort to remove the paper white behind the figure, but it can be done easily with couple of steps. This tutorial advices gives you step by step guidance for transparent background.
In this tutorial the used program is Gimp. Gimp is a free photo editing software, which you can download it here http://www.gimp.org/. Of course you can use any program you have available, as long as it supports layers and transparency.