But I just can't seem to get a decent drawing electronically!
Drawing on Colors 3D, while a good program, doesn't have the same feeling as regular paper, and I haven't quite gotten used to it.
Any advice to get a good quality drawing on here? --- Legendary Pokemon - Breaking balls in their sleep since 1998.
#2LegoLeonidasPosted 7/28/2012 11:58:29 PM
I'm the exact opposite! I my pen-and-paper drawings look like utter crap, but in a digital medium, I'm halfway decent. My advice: Have lots of patience, and watch other peoples' playbacks to pick up techniques! I like to draw my guideline sketch on one layer, then use the next layer to fill it out. It tends to work out better that way. --- "I have nightmares about Hell, where all I do is add up numbers and try to have conversations with people like you." - Bob the Skull
#3drexegarPosted 7/29/2012 9:05:50 PM
you'll draw better if you zoom in more.
I like to do a quick sketch then zoom in and draw detail.