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    EasyV

    The profile page says that one year ago (minute more, minute less) I registered an account here.
    To celebrate(?) the moment here is another Okina.

    Tracing over other people's work sure makes things easier.
    At least coloring was simple...

    Canttakeiteasy

    Is that kiriraita's crying ko as a base?

    I could never pull off how the better artists shade and draw such crisp lines without a stabilizer and anti-aliasing tools.

    I tried vector art but the interface pisses me off ever since I first learned about such a thing way back 7 years ago so I stick with the older tools I am used to as I can churn out drawings faster than snapping points on these new fangled graphic editing tools with their bezier curve nonsense that I could not really tame properly to do what I want.

    And oh, happy anniversary to your account, I guess.

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    EasyV

    Canttakeiteasy said:

    Is that kiriraita's crying ko as a base?

    You bet it is.
    It's the best crying face in yukkuri history.

    Canttakeiteasy said:

    I could never pull off how the better artists shade and draw such crisp lines without a stabilizer and anti-aliasing tools.

    Dunno I draw a line and then use the rubber tool at different hardnesses/distances from the line to smooth it until I like it.
    I make something like 100 undos on average for just a line, and that's the second reason I limit myself to edits rather than making original works.
    Looking at some speedpaints on the web, that's not too far from what people do.

    Jackie-Chen

    EasyV said:

    use the rubber tool

    That sounds like something worth a try. My hand is too shaky and only goes in one direction fluidly.

    EasyV

    Jackie-Chen said:

    That sounds like something worth a try. My hand is too shaky and only goes in one direction fluidly.

    If I want to make anything, I have to use the line tool (even when making curves), so you're better than me on that regard.