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First try yesterday, CS5 & WACOM PAD
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I finally was able to set up the sketchpad and now I try to figure out how it works. As usual not as easy as they say. Will take a while to get used to.
I used the tree above to learn to follow lines and curves. That is actually why I wanted it. Other sketch software's I have found searches for too many lines. Second image is made like that but is not overwhelmed. But later on I hopefully will be able to do something like that but with more stronger curves and less of the finer.
Linking up with: Sunday Sketches
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I have Wacom too, its a big help for me.ReplyDelete
Beautiful, good luck and good for you!ReplyDelete
Well done, Monica. The lines certainly do add to the mystique of the tree. The second needs more ... color or just more detail, it has great potential. I admire your commitment to learning new technique. I have a Wacom, but could never conquer it :( Good for your :)ReplyDelete
Andrea @ From The Sol
I love my Wacom tablet, but as with any tool or software, it's all about learning to customize the settings to make the most of it's capabilities.ReplyDelete
I think you are onto something with the tree sketch, the extra lines give it depth and an extra dimension.
looks like the WACOM suits you :) I hated mine lolReplyDelete
Happy Sunday Sketches :)
I used to have a Wacom but haven't used it in over a year now. It doesn't work for me as well besides the fact most of my work is hand-painted. :)ReplyDelete
I think you are onto something with the tree sketch, the extra lines give it depth and an extra dimension.ReplyDelete
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