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I have a lot to learn on how to work on WACOM. One thing is to coordinate eyes and hand movements. As you are looking at the screen while drawing on the WACOM tablet. Harder then I thought it would be. And lot to learn about pencils and pressure too.
Some day I might get the hang of it.
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Getting used to a Wacom tablet takes some time, especially the pressure. Funny, because it's not THAT different from a regular pen and pad, but your brain wants to make it difficult.ReplyDelete
Paula, I don´t have GOOGLE+ and can´t comment on your work :(Delete
The hair is beautiful! It looks like you are doing well with the Wacom.ReplyDelete
Well, let me tell you. You are doing way better than I am. Now, I do have an old one that my son passed down to me, but you still used the same movements. It is making me use a part of my brain that does not have much gray matter left :-). Your work is so nice. genieReplyDelete
Lovely job of the hair...it seems to me that you are mastering the Wacom tablet fairly well. :)ReplyDelete
thanks for nice comments :)ReplyDelete
good job :) I hated my Wacom, didn't like the smooth surface, but love my new tablet. the surface is more like drawing on paper. you will get the hand eye control, just keep practicing and it will be second nature :)ReplyDelete
I think you've done a lovely job with the hair. I LOVE hair and you've certainly captured the beauty and essence of it. :)ReplyDelete
Thats beautiful, it flows and has great movement.ReplyDelete