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Thread: My Crosshatch pencil

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    My Crosshatch pencil

    EDIT:
    Just uploaded the .prs file for ease of use


    I like pencils.
    In painter I used my customised crosshatch pencil for shading which I missed in AR. So I made one. I'm not too used to making stickers yet, so it might eb a little off, but if you use it and find a way to improve it do let me know so I can improve it too
    here's a quick sample of what it looks like in usage.
    Hope it works for you
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    Last edited by flyashy; 02-11-2010 at 01:23 AM. Reason: Uploaded the .prs file
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    The pencil and the sketch are looking great Flyman... the filesize of the sticker looks small .... was it created large and at 200-300dpi ? If not you might want to consider this for a 'printworthy' one.
    Last edited by Juz; 01-30-2010 at 08:18 PM.
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    Ah thanks Juz, I will redo the sticker soon to 300 dpi. I had kept it small in size so it's faster to hatch with. The larger strokes don't look so nice, look a bit fake.
    I'll have to take a print and check I suppose..
    Thanks for the tip
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    Quote Originally Posted by Flyashy
    Hope it works for you
    Yeah, it works for me, thanks Flyman

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    Ah, you're quite welcome Stimpy
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    Thanks, Fly! Another PRS file I've downloaded of yours that I'm anxious to try!

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    You're welcome Eileen, hope it works for you
    The more hair I lose, the more head I get.

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    Man...that's a neat brush...er sticker...I can see where that would be quite useful...

    The more I play and get to know AR the more I realize how powerfull an app it is... It's like having Painter, PD Particles and DeepPaint all in one app...!!!!!

    Cheers

    Ken

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    How to install

    I apologize for this question. How do I install this sticker?

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    Hey Ken,
    I hope it porves useful
    & Yup, as they say in Tolkien land.. one AR to rule them all!!


    @ mikecur,
    You need to download and copy paste the files in the appropriate AR3 user content folders. (ie stk to stickers, prs to presets)
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