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Old 01-08-2005, 07:41 PM   #16
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Goro: this ArtRage stuff looks cool, but i have some serious issues... it's too slow for me to draw and it makes strange lines at the end (or in the middle) of my strokes (this lines all point upwards-left)... i don't see why... maybe it doesn't like my genius mousepen tablet...

Garma: isn't the 'show your technique' thread about those web-tools you can draw online with and show your process to everyone? that's fun indeed, but i think this thread has some different purpose.
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Old 01-08-2005, 10:32 PM   #17
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Old 01-08-2005, 11:05 PM   #18
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and maybe it's an idea to merge this thread with the "show your technique" thread art2 started?

Blame Erilaz, eheheh...

I agree to keep those threads seperate, maybe change the title of the "show your technique" thread.

And I think that further thoughts about this be discussed in the topic suggestion thread or some other thread created for suggestions etc regarding the Sketch Forum.
Just to keep this thread tidy and clean, so you don't have to wade through lots of text before finding a tut.
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Old 01-10-2005, 07:58 AM   #19
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hey goro i have a question about photoshop i noticed in your videos and things how you use the eye dropper and change colors but how do you get the colors to blend together with the brush so smooth like a smudge tool?

oh i think i get it do you use Opacity jitter with pen pressure?

also one other question how if possible can i make a shortcut to the Color Picker
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Old 01-10-2005, 09:49 AM   #20
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ack, yes, you guys are probably right.. but I thought.. well the "technique" thread is now of a somewhat limited use (that tool is fun for a while but that's it in my opinion) so I thought maybe we could make the subject somewhat more broad or something..

forget it i'm happy anyways.
 
Old 01-10-2005, 10:45 AM   #21
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also one other question how if possible can i make a shortcut to the Color Picker

I believe there was a post about it not to long ago in the photoshop section and the answer was no there isn't a shortcut to the colour picker.
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Old 01-10-2005, 12:49 PM   #22
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When in brush mode, you can select the Color Picker by holding Alt.
Don't know if this answers your question...
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Mooki don't know about the strange lines in artrage...sorry :(


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hey goro i have a question about photoshop i noticed in your videos and things how you use the eye dropper and change colors but how do you get the colors to blend together with the brush so smooth like a smudge tool?

oh i think i get it do you use Opacity jitter with pen pressure?

also one other question how if possible can i make a shortcut to the Color Picker
Yes it's the Opacity jitter set to pen pressure right! Then you can mix the colors on your
canvas with alt key when brushtool is selected (as art2 already said).

you can change the brush size on the fly with [ and ] keys in europe it's , or .
But in CS you can completely customize your keyboardsetup.


Ah and art2 if you or someone else makes some tutorials I could add them in my first post.
Including the name of the artist...that way you won't need to search the whole thread
for tutorials.

cheers!
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Old 01-10-2005, 07:39 PM   #24
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Great thread

Nice idea for a thread. I really enjoyed the jungle tut.
Tnx
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Old 01-11-2005, 03:01 AM   #25
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wow, those were great to watch. especially the jungle one.
 
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Made some updates on my first post check em out!
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Old 01-11-2005, 09:59 PM   #27
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Sweet thanks everyone! I just set brush size to one of the touch pads on my wacom works nice i guess. history back to ctrl Z instead of undo then just set it to one of the wacom buttons very useful
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Old 01-11-2005, 10:48 PM   #28
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Inspired by the excellent .wpe's I downloaded OpenCanvas ,however when I try to draw, the Ink is appearing offset to the left from the cursor. The ink would appear to be proportionate to where im drawing on the pad but the cursor is off to the right a bit. Ive mucked about in the tablet properties to no avail
Im using Intuos2 and dual screen on a Radeon 9700pro, Photoshop CS works fine but I seem to recall having the same problem with an Alias Sketchbook demo.
Anyone got any ideas? Sorry if its the wrong thread but theres lots of Opencanvas users here obviously :/

the odd thing is ive just noticed I can choose file options etc no prob its only when i go into the draw window that the cursor is thrown off

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J_Grieve: No idea how to solve it. Sounds driver related though. Did you try updating you wacom drivers? Install the old ones to be sure. While youre at it, do the same for your mouse, they might be conflicting somewhere.
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Mooki don't know about the strange lines in artrage...sorry :(


Yes it's the Opacity jitter set to pen pressure right! Then you can mix the colors on your
canvas with alt key when brushtool is selected (as art2 already said).

you can change the brush size on the fly with [ and ] keys in europe it's , or .
But in CS you can completely customize your keyboardsetup.


Ah and art2 if you or someone else makes some tutorials I could add them in my first post.
Including the name of the artist...that way you won't need to search the whole thread
for tutorials.

cheers!
Goro


Well although it's not in photoshop, my painter IX intro videos explain shortcut keys in painter for eyedropper ect and how they are usefull
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