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Favourite style of art: digital - fantasy
PE: The Digital Art ABC - F to I :iconcommunityrelations:PE: The Digital Art ABC - F to I by Atramina
Project Educate: The Digital Art ABC - F to I
Filter: Filters are Photoshop actions created to help the user to alter the image of their choice. Basic categories of these filters are corrective and destructive, being the corrective filters used to correct any problem with the image, and being destructive filters used for deleting or modifying the features of an image. Photoshop includes many built-in filters for their users, but there are custome filters avalaible on different websites.
Flow: The Flow is a brush setting that controls how much paint your brush puts down when you paint over an area with your mouse/pen. Once this is said, you'll think that's exactly what Opacity setting does. In fact, that's right, but the way Flow works is totally different: If you have a value of 10% specified for Flow, the first
PE: The Digital Art ABC - A to E :iconcommunityrelations:PE: The Digital Art ABC - A to E by Atramina
Project Educate: The Digital Art ABC - A to E
Adobe: Adobe Systems Incorporated is an American computer software company focused on the creation of multimedia and creativity software products, with a more-recent foray towards rich Internet application software development. Some of their products are: Adobe Photoshop, Adobe InDesign, Adobe Illustrator, Adobe Fireworks, Adobe Dreamweaver, Adobe Flash...
Airbrushing (digital): A digital painting technique that achieves the result of a real airbrushing using specific brushes from different painting softwares. It is characterized by the smooth result it offers.
Action: An action is a series of tasks that you play back on a single file or a batch of files - menu commands, palette options, tool actions... to make your software (Photoshop, Illustrator...) perform these tasks automaticall
Character SheetsACT I: The Character SheetCharacter Sheets by JerkDouglas
A character sheet, containing both imagery and wording, have been in use for millions of years.
First developed by the dinosaurs, it was a surefire method used to captivate smaller prey. The prey would see the reading material in front of them, and that would coax them into standing in one place, just long enough so the big dinosaur could sneak up from behind and eat them.
But in our modern society, a character sheet serves a much different purpose. They are used now to explain our characters to other people.
So to cut to the chase, let me say: WHY would you need to explain your character to someone else? The point of the story itself is to present, explain and develop a character.
Well there's a variety of reasons I guess... Fun, boredom, but the actual reason is because you have business with the people reading it.
The purpose of a character sheet is to both remind you, and inform other artists about what is needed to depict your charac