A few people have asked me what brush settings I use for SAI.
So that’s stuff I use for Lineart. Meago have helped me much with sugesting using this smoothing option (Stabilizer on first screen) which will make Your lines less shaky and more in control.
Ink pen might not be in default sai brush set so just google for it.
I hope That helps C: <3
sop i need this for my dad because he has like 5 daughters like he needs this
No mires hacia atras
No hagas drama
No te enfades
No te muevas que tienes un bicho
Si sigues llorando yo te doy una verdadera razón para llorar.
Mi mamá me enseño acerca de la genética.
Eres igual de inútil que tu padre.
Mi mamá me enseño a tener fe.
Es mejor que comiences a rezar para que salga esta mancha de la alfombra.
Mi mamá me enseño a tener fuerza de voluntad.
Hasta que no termines de comer no te paras de la mesa.
Mi mamá me enseño a valorar una sonrisa.
Me vuelves a responder y te rompo todos los dientes.
Gracias por todo Mamá
I’ve been meaning to do this for some time, and while I’m indulging in my art-block, might as well get it done! Please note that I’ve never studied art so some of this stuff came from observation and practice…BUT, also from my friends who DID go to art college and/or are professional comic artists…
Here’s some guides I did to point out the differences between boarding for a 2-D show and a 3-D show. For the most part, all traditional film making theory still applies, but you have a lot more freedom when moving the camera.
“Freedom” is director speak for “come on, we got a nifty CG environment where we can do crazy camera moves. Use it!!”
And then we have to draw it ;)
But hey, directors are right- if you have it, use it! It is a very good storytelling tool when used well.
Great to see also the camera moves comparisons between a regular 2D show and a CG one.