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Various screenshots of whatever projects I'm working on. Can vary from pages for One Question to homework and stuff done for my own enjoyment.

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A little somethin' for the portfolio.
Is there anyone who does a lot of Vector Illustrations who want to offer some tips?
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Aspendragon Featured By Owner Oct 10, 2013  Professional General Artist
You know what's funny?  The very first time I heard of Photoshop was in my junior year of high school and Illustrator was the first one I used, then I got a wacom the summer before college and my computer (thank goodness for student grants) and went into Photoshop and never looked back.  I faintly remember the mesh tool, that was pretty neat.  For one of our first digital college works we could only use the mesh tool to color, it was such a pain at first.  Sorry, I'm not being helpful!
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SHARK-008 Featured By Owner Oct 10, 2013  Professional Digital Artist
For me it's seem really good ( I work with illustrator/vector for my illustration jobs but I can't really give you tips ^^; ).
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Quilted-illusions Featured By Owner Oct 10, 2013  Student Artist
Reminds me of the king lion boat from legend of Zelda wind waker.
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InnerBushman Featured By Owner Oct 10, 2013
A pro tip about vectors: keep the objects closed at all times... loose ends can f*** up the whole picture in the print shop.

Yup, been there, done that... with the image i commissioned from you actually :XD: (after i converted it to vectors)
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lennan Featured By Owner Sep 29, 2013
Comicsssss! =3
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ElwenAldalinde Featured By Owner Sep 29, 2013  Professional Traditional Artist
Your lines are so cleeeaaan! I've really gotta practice my digital inking. I prefer to sketch and ink traditionally, but my scanned lines never come out as a nice, solid black. Very frustrating. I blame my scanner.

Also, I love the perspective on this face, it's such a cool angle! What do you use for drawing reference?
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MegSyv Featured By Owner Oct 7, 2013  Professional Digital Artist
I'm back to using a Cintiq! That makes it so much easier.

I see that Milo gave you some suggestions for scanning your artwork. How did that work out? Are they lovely and beautiful now?
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ElwenAldalinde Featured By Owner Oct 7, 2013  Professional Traditional Artist
He did indeed! My lines are now wonderfully solid and smooth, and SO much easier to work with! I'll definitely be doing that resizing thing for all my scans from now on.

Man, what I wouldn't give for a single digital comics class! I feel like all these mistakes of mine are easily-solved problems for someone who's actually trained to do digital art. Luckily, awesome people like you guys are willing to help me out when I'm completely stuck :) Thank you!
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MegSyv Featured By Owner Nov 19, 2013  Professional Digital Artist
All right! That's awesome!

Milo's process is way different than mine - I tend to ink all my comics digitally now, which is what I was originally doing for 1Q - but I'm really happy to hear it worked out! (I also have a new little gizmo to put in my bag of tricks, too.)
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ElwenAldalinde Featured By Owner Nov 22, 2013  Professional Traditional Artist
Hooray for awesome gizmos! I'd like to ink digitally someday in order to streamline the process, and so I can stop having battles with my cranky scanner. For now though, there's still a bit of a disconnect between me and the computer that makes my digital lines not so good. I'll keep practicing, though!
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