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jeph

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I updated the QC drawing tutorial
« on: 20 Nov 2007, 00:29 »

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Re: I updated the QC drawing tutorial
« Reply #1 on: 20 Nov 2007, 01:19 »

The paragraph at the bottom about copying and pasting made me respect you some more. The worst thing an artist can be is complacent and fully satisfied, IMO.

Cool beans.
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Re: I updated the QC drawing tutorial
« Reply #2 on: 20 Nov 2007, 20:20 »

If only I had a tablet!

..Oh wait, I don't have any drawing skills. Curses!
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Re: I updated the QC drawing tutorial
« Reply #3 on: 20 Nov 2007, 23:55 »

Cool.


Somebody should really buy me a tablet for Christmas so I can try this out.
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Re: I updated the QC drawing tutorial
« Reply #4 on: 26 Nov 2007, 11:59 »

Thanks for the update of the tutorial. 

That's a pretty nifty plug-in for photoshop.  It pretty much replicates the live paint tool in Illustrator, which I happen to love.

I'll definitely be grabbing it and giving it a try.

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Re: I updated the QC drawing tutorial
« Reply #5 on: 05 Dec 2007, 04:05 »

Does anyone know, if there's a similar PlugIn to BPelt Multifill and Flatten in the GIMP? I think I never will draw anything in the computer anyway (fpr CG-Art I have Blender and Compositing-Nodes), would be just interesting to know.
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Re: I updated the QC drawing tutorial
« Reply #6 on: 14 Dec 2007, 20:46 »

Cool.


Somebody should really buy me a tablet for Christmas so I can try this out.
Man, anyone, including people who hate drawing, should get a tablet just for the sake of its complete awesomeness. If you do buy one (or get one for christmas) you will be immensely happy forever.

That was my reasoning when I bought a tablet for my friend.  She's used it three times since June.  I should have just bought it for myself, because I'd use it weekly, or at the very least monthly.
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Re: I updated the QC drawing tutorial
« Reply #7 on: 16 Dec 2007, 01:04 »

Eh, tablets aren't for everybody. They've got a pretty steep learning curve.
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Re: I updated the QC drawing tutorial
« Reply #8 on: 14 Apr 2009, 07:30 »

Jeff, I'm really sorry for that insane bump, but I thought you may want to add an alternative for GIMP users. You see, when I first read that tutorial of yours, I was quite thrilled except for the fact that I don't have Photoshop. In case you feel like updating the tutorial again, you can link to this: Flatting tools (script for GIMP).
This little gem enabled me to get a nice subdivision of an image that didn't even have super-clean lines, enabling me to go from this to that (after a bit of playing with the levels so that the lines are black, of course).

Again, sorry if it's seen as a big useless bump. This tutorial is where I've been sent when I asked how I could colour some line-art nicely, and I thought you might appreciate for it to be useful to GIMP users as well.  :-)
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