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#ThumbHub 2019-10-15
A shorter feature this week because the ThumbHub bot is broken; deviant-garde (https://www.deviantart.com/deviant-garde) and JenFruzz (https://www.deviantart.com/jenfruzz) are i think repairing it with a sonic screwdriver. :thumb797019238: Ecthelion, by EKukanova (https://www.deviantart.com/ekukanova), featured by TheLongDefeat (https://www.deviantart.com/thelongdefeat)The features of this powerful elf-lord come through even though his ears aren't showing. I especially like the details in the window behind him. :thumb816422513: InkTober Day 11, fox hunts rooster, by tmolnar0831 (https://www.deviantart.com/tmolnar0831), featured by Sameore (https://www.deviantart.com/sameore) Here’s one doomed rooster. Don’t forget to check out the whole gallery. As an aside, i wish Eclipse didn’t put traditional art under Manga, where it’
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Introduction to Adobe InDesign
Software Introduction Week Adobe InDesign is a very powerful layout software. You can create anything from flyers to entire books. However, the interface can seem quite overwhelming, so it's hard to know where to start. With this article I want to make creating your own layouts with InDesign a little less daunting. I'll cover all the basics, including how to set up your workspace, an explanation of the most important tools, and basic functions you can use to layout. Since this is an introduction to InDesign, aimed at total beginners, I will focus on explaining the basic basics. I'll take you through InDesign up to the first steps of creatin
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Fur and Hair: Types and How To
Digital Art Week Hello everyone and welcome to Digital Art Week! I'm NekoLynArt (https://www.deviantart.com/nekolynart), a digital and traditional artist. I'm currently a freelancer and resident artist for Wacom and Graphixly (Clip Studio). Essentially I help out at conventions by demoing the tablets and art software. :'D efelidi (https://www.deviantart.com/efelidi) invited me to talk to you guys, so here I am! Our Digital Art Week this time will focus on animals, creatures and humans! I'll be covering fur and hair done digitally, specifically in Clip Studio, but if you are savvy enough, this will all apply to other digital programs as well! Let's get started. Digital Fur: A Variety of Looks Fur is something that yo
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Basic Figure Drawing
Digital Art Week In this tutorial I'll show you the process of drawing people, using a base of basic shapes which can be used to draw different types of figures. The Base First, we'll create the base. For this, remember that in their most basic form, every person is composed by a head, a torso, and two legs and arms, so we're going to create a structure composed of simple shapes resembling these: Draw a circle, this will be the head. For the neck, simply draw two little lines at the bottom of the circle.For the torso, draw a rectangle beneath the neck. It doesn't need to be a perfect rectangle, in fact is best if it's slightly modified so
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Panelling and Layout in Comics
Comics and Cartoons Week Now... how many times have you been in this situation? You’ve got a great idea going in your head. You’ve got the story written and you’ve got subplots coming out of subplots and a great twist-ending that nobody would ever see coming. You’ve got some carefully-designed, 3-dimensional characters who are totally relatable. You’ve drawn them so much it’s become second-nature to you. Now that you are totally ready to create your own comic and/or graphic novel… where do you start to put their grand epic on paper? If this sounds like you, fear not. Join me today to get a glimpse
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Sir, thank you for :+fav: on #ThumbHub 2019-10-15 :D

By the way, You mention Sigil in Your feature, for ebooks; Jutoh and Calibre are probably both better, especially Jutoh (although it's not free, it's fairly inexpensive).
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Ah, thanks for telling me! Sigil was giving me issues earlier x.x
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Hey, i think i got an idea tx to u... cheers :D
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Never give up never surrender!
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BDFalconStudent General Artist
Thanks for the fav! :D
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You're welcome! :D