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Re: few wacom drawings

Post by Ketchup Kid on Thu Sep 08, 2016 3:08 am

the software package has changed
at least on my intuous
there is no artrage
the software mine had was sketch from autodesk
and the rest some worthless shit
artrage was not available to me.

the kid drinks wild turkey 101
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Re: few wacom drawings

Post by Loulou on Thu Sep 08, 2016 9:01 am

you can buy artrage , you can buy it online for about 50 dollars funny enough not far off what you pay for a bottle of wild turkey , maybe you should drink less and take your work a bit more seriously and then you might notice an improvement


very sorry if you dont like it but i have zero fucking tolerance for drunks , and your drunken spouts are starting to piss me off a bit
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Re: few wacom drawings

Post by Ketchup Kid on Thu Sep 08, 2016 5:54 pm

that turkey lookin thing reminded me of wild turkey.

how can i not like sound advice?

but the kid ain't no drunk, no ma'am.

i will take it as concern and thank you.

point being, with intuous, this autodesk sketch program has replaced artrage, so it seems, at least for the kid. and it may or may not be worse/better than this artrage.

keeping in mind that autodesk makes 3ds max, maya, autocad plus more, all industry standards.
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Re: few wacom drawings

Post by marked 4 life on Thu Sep 08, 2016 7:06 pm

Ive recently purchased a Wacom intuous which came with coral 5, I have had a play about with it but cannot draw with it to save my life, I see pieces other people do with other software and the drawings are great, is there a specific software for creating digital art neatly?

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Re: few wacom drawings

Post by Dmerit on Thu Sep 08, 2016 7:54 pm

Fuck sllbthis computer drawing shite!!!, get some tracing paper and some pencils and pens if you wanna colour as well,,, I find it much quicker and easier plus its proper drawing..:-D
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Re: few wacom drawings

Post by Ketchup Kid on Fri Sep 09, 2016 6:02 pm

yes there was a corel program included too now that you mention it.

don't expect to draw like pen and paper, its just not like that at all, never will be, not even with the expensive shit with screen built in.

think of it as a device that replaces mouse movement with a more accurate pen movement. and once the raw "data" is in there you can manipulate it, as shown in this post. she uses digital mirroring over and over to achieve a nice looking design.

for me it helps outline better/easier the image i am going to rip off. such as a particular part of a tattoo.

your wacom can't do drawings as well as you with pen and paper. no way. its all about more accurate mouse movements, and you almost always have to manipulate the image/pixels.

just drawing, that turkey is as good as it gets if you ask me, i'm gonna guess there was a lot of "undo" or erasing. (as the kid take a swig of wild turkey 101)

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this is the reason my drawing skills have deteriorated, because i can manipulate images, rip off existing shit and alter it to make it my own, even 3d modeling with lighting effects.

but you gotta draw, a whole a lot, and paint so they say... and i've been hating it, but its true.

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Post by Dmerit on Fri Sep 09, 2016 9:42 pm

I can manipulate the drawings with pencil and paper,, its called a rubber.. Laughing
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Re: few wacom drawings

Post by Ketchup Kid on Sat Sep 10, 2016 12:14 am

yeah it can all be done the good ol fashioned way if it came down to it, but seems to me no shop is complete without a computer/photoshop/printer nowadays.

just gotta embrace it dude
the world is changing
one day you're buying your pornomags at the corner store and next thing you know you're streaming live footage of 8 on 1 double anal gangbang straight to your plasma crystal big screen.
sometimes it feels like the kid just can't make sense of any of it.
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Post by Dmerit on Sat Sep 10, 2016 7:44 pm

I do have a computer, printer etc.. I'm not that archaic.... Lol.....I just find it quicker and easier to grab a pencil and tracing paper.... next you'll be wanting one of those 3d printer with tattoo machine attached to it thingys,,,then you won't need to learn to tattoo.. Laughing
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Post by Ketchup Kid on Sun Sep 11, 2016 5:06 am

I think I brought up the skin printer before.
I don't think it's possible. skill, technique, etc computers cannot surpass humans. if i remember correctly it's projected 2019 when computers surpass human intelligence.

but that no way include skills with hands like tattooing, surgery, or even satisfying a woman. or maybe the kid of wrong about the last one, it'd be hard for the kid to compete with a 9 inch rotating, gyrating, vibrating, hard thrusting no time limit cyberwie├▒er
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Post by Dmerit on Sun Sep 11, 2016 11:56 am

Well you better get practicing your computer programming techniques because its a teal possibility that a machine that tattoos will be made,, if there's money to be made from something then someone will develop it..I'm pretty sure all the technology needed already exists, all it needs is all putting together and fine tuned,,,,, when I started tattooing there was only black photocopiers back then,that were huge and only certain shops had them,, I would never have thought you'd have personal printers and colour too!!....so don't underestimate technology,,, also look how non tattooing people/ businesses have got in to the tattoo trade,,, because there's money to be made....
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Post by Ketchup Kid on Sun Sep 11, 2016 9:05 pm

the kid agrees but disagrees at the same time.
the technology seems simple enough, insert ink into 3rd layer dermis (or whatever i forget) but its also and artform with so much variety in style and technique. the stretch, handmotions, people have different skin, so many varibles and so comlex.

i can inmagine a machine perhaps doing a solids fill black, and even then i can't see it being done well. its like a factory, some operations can be done by robots, like structural welds, but some operations must still be done by hand/humans. and speaking of welding, (which is surprising very much like tattooing), there is no machine that can replace a skilled welder, no way.
or a surgeon (and i mean real cut you open type surgery), or tattooist. Not even a prostitute and trust me, the kid has the usb vibro thrust gyro action pulsating virtual vagina with sucking action and sound.

of course i only mean in our lifetime, who knows fifty years from now we can marry robots, have surgery by them, and get tattoos too.
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Post by Dmerit on Sun Sep 11, 2016 9:36 pm

These things are already happening,,, I've seen some super welds by robots and they're already doing surgical operations,,, I argue thus call the tine, but tattooing is very rarely an art form its nearly always just copying, even if the original artwork is art but done in paper first.... and those that do the colour realism recreate photos so well they're just like photocopiers, more so than those that put their own touch on a simple old school design,,, so its only progression yi have machines doing tattoos..
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Re: few wacom drawings

Post by KneeHigh on Mon Sep 12, 2016 4:39 pm

Loving the 3rd one.. its clean simple and on point + it goes under a boob Very Happy
The wolf is the second favourite one... takes so much focus and work to do it with a wacom, but i guess atleast you only get to do half ... what throws me off alittle bit bout it is that i feel its to much going on... in my personal opinion alittle bit less would go better with it.. and i wouldve make the NOSE almost pitch black so it doesent get confused with all the pattern things..
I commend you for these !!!

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