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Thread: BW Line Art

  1. #1
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    BW Line Art

    I am testing some brushes for BW line art in AR. This is the favourite one I use the most. With the right Wacom settings it acts very sensitive to pressure, from very thin to very broad without changing size. Just using the pressure sensitivity. Tool: Felt Pen (Art Pen) 100% Pressure 100% Softness and 0% Wetness = very hard and precise. Pure Black (and a bit off) White. I like that. (Font: Liam)

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    cute....I like it :

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    Pretty nifty Henry. The line variation really adds to your work.

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    Very clever and very well carried out.

    Brett
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    Great use of the felt pen

  6. I like this a lot. Looks like a woodcut.

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    Test Lines

    Thank you for commenting my line art test. Maybe it can be useful for some of you?

    I have tried the Tools in ArtRage to get a lively and organic looking line like the ones I find in Brendan Leach illustrations. I am still looking for the best deigital tool. But so far I like the AR Felt Pen most. The Ink Pen too. but it is not as responsive as the felt pen.

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    Hi Henry can I join I'l l be very quiet But if I do get Rowdy you can always stand me in the corner SLAINTE
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    I love the drawing. Very pleasing as an image and design, and the line quality adds a lot, keeping it from looking mechanical.

    Thanks for sharing your discoveries with the tools as well.
    "Not a bit is wasted and the best is yet to come. . ." -- remembered from a dream

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    Always love your work Henry

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