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Old 08 August 2005   #46
Brush tab -- Other (for opacity)
Brush tab -- Shape Dynamics (for size)
 
Old 08 August 2005   #47
Ohhh, thats it!? how fool i am
Thanks
 
Old 08 August 2005   #48
I converted my acrylics to digital colour, in this thread you can read all about it, and heres the swatched:

Pure color swatches

(mixed from yellow to red to blue to yellow)



And heres the pure acrylics:

Acrylicswatches.

cheers!
/Alice
 
Old 08 August 2005   #49
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Old 09 September 2005   #50
here is my useful tip... strech and blink once in a while.. sometimes when you are painting or modeling too intensly I am so obssesed I forget to even close my eyes for a second and that gives me headaches.. standing up and talking a quick stroll is a good idea too.
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Old 09 September 2005   #51
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here is my useful tip... strech and blink once in a while.. sometimes when you are painting or modeling too intensly I am so obssesed I forget to even close my eyes for a second and that gives me headaches.. standing up and talking a quick stroll is a good idea too.


That's so true, we get our eyes tested in work once a year and the optician told us that when using computers we forget to blink for long periods of time and only after she told me this did I start noticing what she meant and then I realised that was why my eyes were so blood shot and tired looking.
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Old 10 October 2005   #52
Most people probably already know this, but recalibrate your monitor! This is so important! A good friend of mine has one of those print-accounts at deviantart and once,she made a really nice piece of art. I was with her then, and it looked really good on her monitor. She submitted it and ordered a few prints for herself to see what they would look like. They were horrible! The skin of her character looked greenish, the vibrant red colors of her outfit were dull and the entire picture was WAY to bright! She decides to recalibrate her monitor using a manual she found on the internet, and now all her pictures are fine

Also, here's another tip for those of you with pets: If you go to the bathroom and find your cat sleeping on your brand new Intuos 3 tablet when you return, try to lure her away with some fish or maybe a piece of cheese. DON'T try to pick her up, because there's a good chance she will hold on to your tablet with her claws, and you will have to order a new overlay (not to mention having to get all those cat hairs out of the expresskeys). Leaving your spare felt pennibs unguarded is also not reccomended, because your cat might eat them. That's what mine did anyway... (even though the look on the face of our vet was priceless ).

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