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4206518 No.4206518 [Reply] [Original]

Any tips or methods for improving your mind's eye?
I can draw from life plenty well but can't transfer those skills to drawing from imagination because I'm borderline aphantasic. If I REALLY focus I can at most get a momentary "flash" of an image in my head but it quickly fades from focus and I lose it.
I figure there must be some way to train this but all Google gives me is business lifehacks.

Pic unrelated.

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>> No.4210285
Quoted By: >>4210292

Mind explaining or you’re an example of a sexual assault survivor

>> No.4210292

it's a /x/ meme

>> No.4210311

Only coom to things you draw. Eventually you’ll improve so you can get better cooms. You’ll be hyper focused and blue balled as you eagerly draw something good. Your coomer lizard brain will make you draw like never before.

>> No.4210384

People aren't recommending to make a tulpa, but to look up the visualization guides they have. Pretty sad when you have to get help from a tulpa community for something as important to art as visualization

>> No.4210389
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>good at drawing from life
The next step is drawing that same subject but from an angle you don't have a reference for.

If you can rotate things you already know how they're supposed to look like, it'll become easier to train your imagination.

Other than that, watch this

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4206517 No.4206517 [Reply] [Original]
Quoted By: >>4206758

Instructions: Improve, extend drawing, or continue the comic in any way you like.

If a cross post occurs, any artist may combine/reconcile the results in any way you like.

>> No.4206758
Quoted By: >>4206791 >>4206809


You're gonna have to be a little more clear than that, I have no idea what one is supposed to do.

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>> No.4206809


Each person adds on to what the previous has done. You can improve the drawing, or add another panel.

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4206498 No.4206498 [Reply] [Original]

So I don’t know whether this belongs here, but I want to sell my art because I’ve got to a tough financial spot.
I’ve decided to use Fiverr as a platform for that. I’d be forever grateful if you could criticize my Fiverr account and the Gigs I offer (prize, pics I use, descriptions, etc. or maybe give me tips about my art specifically or recommend a better platform) and hopefully give me helpful tips that could make people more attracted to buying my art

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>> No.4206936
Quoted By: >>4206981

Oh, okay, I’ll look into that then! Thank you :)
Protože získávání práce v ?echách je docela bullshit, takže si chci mezitím p?ivyd?lávat n??ím mimo

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Ok so I changed the pricing on two of my gigs, I’m afraid to go any higher because it could possibly turn away potential future customers...?

>> No.4206972

krtek ahoj to se ne vrati

>> No.4206981
Quoted By: >>4206988

to musis mit spatnou profese, ja si mohu hledat praci vsude

>> No.4206988

U m? je to spojení bad luck a zatím nedod?lané školy

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4206497 No.4206497 [Reply] [Original]
Quoted By: >>4206720 >>4206722

Where were you when artists were replaced by AI?

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>> No.4206720
Quoted By: >>4207651 >>4207741

That seems like a funny idea for a comedy cartoon. Where everything is animated except the protag's face where it's just the VA's face superimposed on the cartoon.

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>> No.4207651

I just dtole your idea, you can do nothing legal about it, see you in 2025

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Search "synchro-vox". They didn't want to spend money on animation so they put face still and superimposed the IRL VA talking on top of it.

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4206476 No.4206476 [Reply] [Original]

I know this is basic stuff but can anyone explain to me how to approach doing an under-drawing? Do I just do the drawing as normal but not care about how the lines look messy and do no cleaning up?

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>> No.4207325
Quoted By: >>4207418


>> No.4207418


>> No.4207528

The underdrawing is what you draw first, you clean it up after when you're doing the lineart. Some people have messier, sketchier looking lineart than other people. People who have drawn for years may not need to do an underdrawing. Other people use very light pressure when they draw so they go back over a given line many times to darken it and define the forms better. In person it doesn't necessarily look very messy but when scanned and blown up these details look more apparent. My sketches look much messier once scanned, for instance, because I like using short, overlapping strokes.

>> No.4207701

Just draw

>> No.4208136

Your so fucking stupid jesus just quite while your ahead.

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4206436 No.4206436 [DELETED] [Reply] [Original]
Quoted By: >>4207800

Is it possible to gain 1000 followers on instagram in 2 months while being a nobody? If I were to put good art that is.

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>> No.4207800

My family has a bread box as a kid but we always kept the bread in the bag, too

>> No.4207819

you cute the top part of a bottle pull the plastic through the hole and create an airtight seal when screwing the cap back on

>> No.4208836

Last year, I did that. I posted at least once every two or three days. I tried my best to post daily though, and that's recommended. I stopped posting on instagram around new years, though. I just didn't like the platform so much. I recently made a twitter account and made nearly 5k followers in 1 month and a half while also being a complete nobody, so anything is possible.

>> No.4208842

You're so insightful.

>> No.4208855

How do you know what's trending?

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4206428 No.4206428 [Reply] [Original]

this is not my screenshot, but I need help. every time check use graphic processor, cs6 freezes and shuts itself down. I can work with unchecked use graphic processor, but some functions are off. anyone know wher is the problem? everything was okay until a few months ago. might it be that I installed some retarded driver or something, idk.
My laptop is 5yo and I was using cs6 from the very beginning with no problem. Also, which photoshop version is most stable when it comes to random crashes?

>> No.4206581

The Jews made me pay a subscription because everything else was too glitchy. Dealing with Wacom sucks enough without Photoshop fucking up as well.

>> No.4206593
Quoted By: >>4206610

Try CS5, it worked best with older graphics cards/drivers

>> No.4206610
Quoted By: >>4206922


agreed. Wish I had never uninstalled my CS5.1

I've since lost that torrent file and haven't been able to find a good replacement ever again.

Now I'm stuck with CS6 and it blows hard. It's slower, clunky and eats ram like an insatiable fatso.

>> No.4206622

mac? id say update drivers, but is that even a thing macs do...

>> No.4206922

How its posible that there is no torrent in current year?

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4206392 No.4206392 [DELETED] [Reply] [Last 50] [Original]

What the fuck? I didn't know Marshall Vandruff was this based

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>> No.4208390

>an entire organisation
>implying it's not hundreds of organizations

>> No.4208399
Quoted By: >>4208414

proof: my ass

>> No.4208414
Quoted By: >>4208417

Thanks for the input Shaun King.

>> No.4208417


It is my pleasure Jake Paul.

>> No.4208420

>jews pretending to be white

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4206372 No.4206372 [Reply] [Original]
Quoted By: >>4210575

Alright anons, you all have your own mediums. Photoshop, adobe, Procreate. But if you want to go pro how about you use a real fucking digital drawing program?
No cheating pyw.

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>> No.4209906

Nice linework!

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>> No.4210575
Quoted By: >>4210582

Real men use paint XP

>> No.4210582

Put up or shut up.

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4206358 No.4206358 [Reply] [Original]

Is there a name for this certain style of coloring? You tend to see it a lot in paintings of highly saturated city scenes.

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>> No.4207333
Quoted By: >>4207350 >>4210180

Yes, thats called kitsch. Its a jewish art movement that focuses on profit and appealing to the lowest common denominator. You may recognize it from any house inhabited by a middle aged woman.

>> No.4207350
Quoted By: >>4210180

A jewish slur most comonly used to insult any art that isn't pissing on a period blood covered canvas. I remember the guy who said everyone on /ic/ except illastrat and him only produce kitsch.

That said, I guess it fits that image in particular. But in general I despise it when people use the word kitsch.

>> No.4210146

bleeding watercolor?

>> No.4210164

Highly saturated style?

>> No.4210180

Frankly you have it a bit backwards and >>4207350 has it right, the word "kitsch" was a pejorative that came out of the 20th century modernist movement which was heavily Jewish. But frankly all the postmodernists who are telling us to erase the distinction between low/pop art and high art are mostly Jewish too.

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4206252 No.4206252 [Reply] [Original]

I'm quitting /ic/ for real this time

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>> No.4206287
Quoted By: >>4206290

I don't actually know how do you even waste your time here, /ic/ is slow as fuck like there isn't much going with the threads either.

>> No.4206290

I waste time on 4chan in general. If there's nothing on /ic/ I go to another board, check back here, and repeat.

>> No.4206292


Are you the anon that paints punk comics about his life in random objects?

>> No.4206367


Why? Did someone say something bad to you? you've done a really nice job on the hands btw. The face is fucking abysmal and I find it hard to understand how the same person could have done dem hands and dat face. Good luck.

>> No.4209437

Put it in your hosts file. that's what I'm about to do.

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4206242 No.4206242 [Reply] [Original]
Quoted By: >>4206262

I don't know if /ic/ is knowledgeable in this but how can I turn drawing into a living? Is there anything I can get into that'll can help me succeed in life?

>> No.4206262

Don't quit your dayjob.

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4206207 No.4206207 [Reply] [Original]

I don't know if this is the right place to post this, but I wanted some feedback on this drawing Im making.

What do you think I could improve? Is there some errors in it?

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>> No.4206259
Quoted By: >>4206266

I had a little bit of a struggle thinking about the size of the neck, I'll see what I can do to improve it tomorrow.

>> No.4206265

Yeah, even though this is just an sketch I stil should try to make confident lines just to practice a bit just like the other anon said above.

>> No.4206266

Buff dudes don't have pencil neck.

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Quoted By: >>4206297

>post in a general thread
>get ignored
>make a thread
>get replies

>> No.4206297

Cuckolds enable it, can't be helped.

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4206184 No.4206184 [Reply] [Original]

Trying to make a stitch and ghost rider crossover, anything I should add before I start to color it?

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4206116 No.4206116 [Reply] [Last 50] [Original]
Quoted By: >>4209287

How did a fellow mayo do it? Did he go to Japan and studied under Nipponese masters or what?

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>> No.4209287

where is her face?
her nose?
her mouth?

>> No.4209503
Quoted By: >>4209675

>Waifu garbage has been around for decades; it ain't going away no matter how many auteurs you put onto a pedestal.
I've been watching anime for decades, and waifu shit has been a mostly recent phenomenon,where as before. Even the colloquial use of the term is a recent thing. I don't give about a shit that it never will go away, I hate that it's been dominating the zeitgeist. It the most commercial and vacuous trend thanks in part to memes and social media.

You talk about putting auteurs on a pedestal in a mocking manner, but really we would give praise and acknowledgement to these artists. These people have and continue to do incredible things with art form, but you hardly every see discussion around their accomplishments and skill. Most people who watch anime today wouldn't even be able to name them. Especially on this board of all places, where most of what constitutes as anime mostly comes down to what makes you ejaculate or what looks cute, or who the latest waifu. There are entire boards for consumer discussion. You would think the one place you'd see an appreciation of the artists an their techniques is on here.

>> No.4209507
Quoted By: >>4209678

>With anime's international success and subsequent government subsidization in recent years, we're only now getting privy to just how bad labor conditions are in the industry.
Thank speaks to just how commercialized the medium has become. Everything is made relative cheaply with much outsourcing and animators and designers barely compensated. There's very little respect for the craft and creators in this current paradigm. Most anime is made with merchandise at the forefront. It's more entertainment than it is art.

I'm not saying every single studio needs to fiance some arthouse passion project regardless if they have the budget to or not, but that's the nature of the market. 80's and 90's was a marriage of art and commerce like never before and gave rise to a golden age of animation. Some of the most talent artists and animators cut their teeth in these periods. Even after the bubble in Japan popped, the 2000's saw its fair share of seminal works by talented animators both new and old. Even up to today there are many amazing artists making their debuts. In order to take the poor labor conditions of the anime industry, we need to Begin valuing its creators more, and that means celebrating more auteurs as well. Not just when something is a commercial success over seas. Not only giving a shit when it's concerns the latest waifu in a generic mas appealing anime, that you can use as a reaction image or as an avatar.

>> No.4209675

>and waifu shit has been a mostly recent phenomenon
No, the waifu shit has existed since at least the 80s, with the popularity of Lum Invader from Urusei Yatsura being the easiest example to bring up. Ranma ½ fan clubs in the United States during the 90s come to mind as well. What is different, as you've already surmised, are these obsessions being amplified through the internet.
>I hate that it's been dominating the zeitgeist.
Stereotypes exist for a reason! Although to be fair, people tend to forget events like "The Otaku Murderer" case, where Japan collectively debated as to whether or not watching anime and succumbing to waifu shit helped produce a cannibal, necrophiliac, rapist pedophile. Point being, the zeitgeist could always be in worse shape, y'know?
>You talk about putting auteurs on a pedestal in a mocking manner
I have as much respect for "auteurs" like Katushiro Otomo, Mamoru Oshii and Satoshi Kon as any other fan of their works, but to suggest that they aren't praised *enough* for their artistic contributions is, quite frankly, bullshit.
>you hardly every see discussion around their accomplishments and skill.
There are plenty of discussions, books and interviews; it's just that the vast majority of them haven't been translated to English yet.
>what constitutes as anime mostly comes down to what makes you ejaculate or what looks cute, or who the latest waifu.
Ain't nothing wrong with that. You sound like the spitting image of Hayao Miyazaki, who for decades has insisted on pushing this largely ahistorical, film vs television binary that refuses to acknowledge the significance of anime's media mix. Also, this is /ic/; why would you want to discourage people from replicating the styles of their favorite character designers?

>> No.4209678

>Most anime is made with merchandise at the forefront.
This is not a new phenomenon by any stretch of the imagination. Your average person on /m/ is fully aware that most of the anime they enjoy watching are also some of the world's oldest and longest toy commercials.
>Even up to today there are many amazing artists making their debuts.
Yes, you may recall that 2015's Japan Animator Expo was organized in part with the hope that it would recapture the magic of DAICON III and IV's Opening Animations as well as the early days of Gainax. Many of the newer artists who were featured are now working in the industry today. On the flip-side, the internet has enabled independent creators to single-handedly produce their own films like Atsuya Uki's Cencoroll and Cencoroll Connect. I agree that we should support these creators, but saying that "we should value them more" is kind of a vapid statement because nothing is really gonna help their labor conditions without organizing themselves.

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4205950 No.4205950 [Reply] [Original]

How do you feel about feathering "linework"? Like in this pic?

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>> No.4206034

We had a thread about this not too long ago, what’s with people here not bothering to check the catalog recently?

>> No.4207191
Quoted By: >>4207616

i dont understand why people go this far without bothering to clean up their lines

>> No.4207204

you're mistaken. feathering implies softness. that is very much the opposite of feathering lol

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"feathering" is an odd way to put it, but messy linework can look pretty good in my opinion if done right.
Pic related
I think for some linework just messing it up. i've made plenty of decent images and when I linework them it makes it look shitty, but the rough sketch looks way better.

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some people can get away with feathered lines

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4205946 No.4205946 [Reply] [Original]

Post your sketchbook drawings.

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Quoted By: >>4210489

I like that head pose a lot

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4205942 No.4205942 [Reply] [Original]

who are some artists that do good expressions? the kind of expression that make characters looking like they have lives, could be any artist really i just need the ones that have good expression

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>this shit
You got that right.

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Quoted By: >>4206977

Tracey J. Butler

>> No.4206977
Quoted By: >>4207608

I forgot about her entirely. Does she still make comics?

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4205859 No.4205859 [Reply] [Original]
Quoted By: >>4207730

What's a good scanner that would fit deleter A4 paper?

something roughly within the 100$ to 200$ range. I don't really care about color as I do things mostly in black and white.

Also what scanners do you generally use?

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>> No.4207581

Yes, I didn't realize it was the model I mentioned in OP.

The maximum scanning area is 8.5" x 11.7". A4 is 8.27" × 11.69". You're fine.

>> No.4207730
Quoted By: >>4208067

Canon Lide 400. I had the 220 before that for a few years and the 400 is better in every way.

>> No.4208067

I'm using the Lide 220 right now. My main issue with it is that whatever is near the edge of the scanner scans blurry. Does the 400 model have that problem?

>> No.4208170

That's pretty much standard page size. I prefer Canon, for non-professional scanning, they're great. The one you have a picture of is fine - it's the perfection series, which is geared towards art/photos - the LIDE series is more of an office scanner, which is geared towards ocr/document scanning.

I don't use the included software, though - I just take a scan with no dust removal or color shifting/correction, because I do that myself, I was trained in it years ago, so i can't say how good the software is. I just dump the sensor to a file. For black and white, the one you posted is overkill for B&W, but it's $100 - and the extra quality might be handy down the road. Now that scanners are LEDs, they last years - the servo motors will go long before the sensor. As long as you have low mileage on it, you should have it around a long time.

>> No.4208172

Old scanners are iffy, if they're not modern LED lighting and newer sensors. Old scanners usually have a limited life on the lights, and replacing them can be an issue.

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4205783 No.4205783 [Reply] [Original]
Quoted By: >>4206064 >>4206493

I see a lot of artists who use Instagram, Twitter and Facebook, to you, wich one's best?

I use Instagram and have almost 2k, although i don't get any comissions through there

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>> No.4205875
Quoted By: >>4205901 >>4205906

how much time do i have?

>> No.4205901 [DELETED]

You are so worried about time so much, start drawing porn, kek. Just be patient, everything takes time.

>> No.4205906

If you are worried about time that much, start drawing porn faggot.

>> No.4206064

Twitter is better for people who are into online niche communities like anime/furries/fanart. Also is the more popular with professional animators and concept artists.
Instagram is popular with people who are more into conceptual/"art school" type art and primarily network IRL. I use it to follow painters, printmakers, ceramics artists.
Of course there is crossover between platforms but this is the general trend I have noticed.

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4205740 No.4205740 [Reply] [Last 50] [Original]
Quoted By: >>4210650

Previous >>4196959

What is /ALT/?
If you're looking for a place to post your cartooning then you've found the right general. This is /ic/s 1st and only merged hub where both Eastern and Western stylization can coexist peacefully, hence the double title. However, by community demand and long history, this is favorably an Anime general.
>Rules & Guidelines
(1) Any form of cartooning is welcome; so submit and receive feedback from others. (2) Please resize your images before posting. (3) Share your knowledge and (4) Remember to not be afraid of asking for critique. Most importantly I encourage you to keep discussion at a civil level, but you're more than welcome to share your opinions.
>I came for anime. Why does the image OP say cartoons general?
To distinguish from the anime study thread (janitor supported). Please post your studies there and personal work goes here.
>Community Resources
Hitokaku Index
List of active livestreams
>Use twitch #art
>yoshikadu2011 https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCUx5dpO6d5gQ4KWNPc24CKw
FellowBro's Book Collection
Tutorial & Reference Collection
Japanese Tutorials & Documentary
>http://www.pixiv.net/member_illust.php?id=59317 (0033)

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>> No.4210620
Quoted By: >>4210686


>> No.4210650
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I'm working on designs for an animated project. Crits/redlines would be a life-saver right now.

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>> No.4210684

Extremely gross, but pretty nice

>> No.4210686

Ah shiet! I was going to do that!

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4205737 No.4205737 [Reply] [Original]
Quoted By: >>4205934

Can i do the exercises in Scott Robertson's book digitally? If so which tools do I need to use? I use clip studio paint (because it's one of the only softwares that does not lag on my pc) if it makes a difference.

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>> No.4205889
Quoted By: >>4205896 >>4205937

I just don't have the money for the rulers

CSP cucks my 4gb of ram unfortunately

>> No.4205894

I just don't have the money for the rulers

Nice, I just don't have any experience with the rulers and from the tutorials I've seen they seemed kinda weird

>> No.4205896

ignore >>4205889
I thought you meant photoshop for some reason and I thought I had aborted it

>> No.4205934

Robertson doesn't have exercises, only lessons.
You can do them freehand or with a straight line tool, it's about knowledge, not about mechanical skill.

For the sake of mechanical skill you draw a lot of SICO lines and organic shapes.

>> No.4205937

>CSP cucks my 4gb of ram unfortunately

You're out of luck with just 4gb of ram if you want any digital.

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4205580 No.4205580 [Reply] [Original]

Guys, I'm so fucking done with my opacity always sneakily lowering to 98% or 99%. Fucks fucking sake.

Is there a fix for this? Do I have to learn how to make my own scripts in order to add this functionality? Because I swear to fucking god I will. Nothing will stop me.

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>> No.4206938
Quoted By: >>4206962 >>4208289

You can change to hardness in Photoshop settings but it will just sneakily decrease the hardness then, I'm not sure it is better.
And I also have the same problem so if you make a script please share it

>> No.4206962


how? where? It decreasing hardness by 2% is certainly bound to cause less trouble than decreasing opacity.

>> No.4208289


how anon? where is that option?

>> No.4208392

I love you, finally I know why this happens.

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4205572 No.4205572 [Reply] [Original]

How important is your Art name online ?

I've always gone by a half assed one consisting of my initials plus the word art and now I'm considering changing it, potentially to my real name, simply. Plus I think it looks amateurish to have a "something art" page. Like you don't need to have your name say Art, right ?

Anyway what's your take on this whole thing ?

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>> No.4207068

I have art in my username but it also sounds like an actual word. So it's not JohnArt where the "art" part is obviously tacked on. It's a completely made up word that's pronounceable which "happens to end with" art. Like "heart" and "rampart".

>> No.4207081

something memorable is probably better if youre just trying for online artist

Look at doxy or justmegabenewell
A made up name and a meme yet both are probably doing well in their communities

sorry for the porn artist examples but thats all I know

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id say its pretty important....at least to me anyways. "goldskulltulla" has bene one of my online names for years and its how most people know or find my art accounts...it also reps what im all about u know?

i always though "y/n art" was kinda tacky ngl

>> No.4208273

"something art" sounds based. i would use it, but i bet some hipster has already taken it

>> No.4208439


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