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Thread: Need help drawing clean, precise black lines

  1. #1
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    Aug 2012
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    Need help drawing clean, precise black lines

    Hey!
    I like to draw pictures involving black smooth curves. See the attachment for example picture.

    Currently, in Art Rage studios, I have been using the ink tool to achieve this. However, I find it to be very difficult, a lot more difficult than with physical tools. I keep hitting ctrl z over and over again until I finally achieve a passable curve. The smoothing factor does help a little, but the problem is that it doesn't only "smooth" the line, but also "alters" it a lot. If I for example draw a circle, I end up with a lot smaller circle than what I actually drew.

    So, does anyone know an effective way to draw such smooth lines ? Or what techniques you use?
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  2. #2
    Join Date
    Dec 2006
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    Pennsylvania, USA
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    I believe you can get the lines you want by opening up the settings pod when in the ink pen tool. By setting the smoothing to 0% you may find that stops AR from altering the lines you are trying to draw.

  3. #3
    Join Date
    Jan 2011
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    Yes. I use presets like Harsh Multiply with 0% for Smoothing and prefer it much much more compared to the presets.
    Check out and submit to the thread on Watercolor WIPs in Artrage-- lots of good tips and conversation
    My YouTube video tutorial series- How to Paint with Watercolors in Artrage
    Try out the free
    Artrage Pen-Only Toolbar to improve your workflow and reduce clutter
    List of other good tutorials on using watercolors in Artrage
    List of good sticker sprays for watercolor effects in Artrage

    My blog- art, poetry and picture books- http://www.seamlessexpression.blogspot.com/

  4. #4
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    Apr 2006
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    Hi Randolf, I have to go to the upper tool bar and use the blur tool-just a fraction. I will duplicate the layer and try different effects, such as watercolor and merge with the original layer.

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