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Delivery Boy
« : 02-23-2005 09:32 »

how do y'all do it?  with a pencil in my hand i am a human xerox machine, but give me a mouse and i make crap like this.

granted, if i took forever i'm sure technically i could do it, but damn... you guys got some sort of skill that i don't have. 

y'all post up some of your best computer-generated stuff!  i think i'm going to start calling y'all "mouse boys".  :laff:


Liquid Emperor
« #1 : 02-23-2005 19:20 »

Your talking about all the Scan art people do right?
Delivery Boy
« #2 : 02-24-2005 21:26 »

there are people that draw things on computers here.  i'm not 100% sure on how scans work, but i saw some originals that looked pretty close to perfect and know that they aren't just copies from an episode.


Bending Unit
« #3 : 02-25-2005 08:49 »

Most people who make the really good looking computer art use a more high- end programs (Photoshop, Illustrator) To get those nice, anti-aliased lines. They use something called bezier curves to drag out the tangents and get really smooth curves. So, the answer to your question is that you need to buy a good program before you can start making good computer drawings.
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