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Postby trashandnoob » Wed Dec 26, 2018 4:55 pm

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Subject title: I'm a beginner to digital art, pls critique I seek help :(

Hi, this is my first post and my first time in the world of digital art. I started digital art yesterday and spent the whole day choking on youtube videos. Any form of critiques such as hate, tips, and hacks or cheats that you can give to me using digital is appreciated and welcome.
It took me 10 minutes to draw these cubes in perspective and 1-hour painting using grayscale. Traditionally, I usually finish in free-hand drawing these cubes in perspective in 5 minutes.
I need help because I am really in confusion and have no idea in digital :(.
The tablet I am using is WACOM INTUOS SMALL 2018; WACOM INTUOS CTL-4100WL/K0-C SMALL. The drawing program I am using obviously, as you can see at the top of the picture, is CLIP STUDIO PAINT PRO.


Postby Audiazif » Mon Dec 31, 2018 7:12 pm

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I am not familiar with Clip Studio but I am pretty sure you could paint it much faster. If it is anything like Photoshop you could utilizes layers and selections to be more efficient. For example, Select in large shapes all the planes you want to paint the same color, fill in the selection with the color, then erase out the parts where the color should not be. Or you don't even need to make the selections, just paint a large area where you want the color and then erase out. Don't worry about painting in the lines because you can always erase or work on a new layer, if you are using layers.
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Postby CaptainKiryu » Tue Jan 08, 2019 9:06 pm

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Clip Studio has a YouTube channel with basic tutorials on using the program. The biggest hurdle with digital art seems to be getting used to it so just keep moving forward.
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