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Thread: Best tool for steady lines? (Also, Lazy Nezumi Pro)

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    Question Best tool for steady lines? (Also, Lazy Nezumi Pro)

    Note, this was done mostly using Vector. I am looking for the best tool for producing this type of work in Artrage. I'm having partial luck with the pencil tool, but I'm wondering if anyone has developed/experimented with outlining in Artrage. I do my sketches in Artrage, but I'd like to not move to a vector app if I can avoid it.

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    I'd also like to point out that 'Lazy Nezumi Pro' works well in Artrage, and is great for drawing steady lines. It is designed for Photoshop, but it will hook into Artrage no problem.

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    For smooth line drawing in ArtRage, I would suggest:

    - the Smoothing option in the pencil and ink pen settings (obviously! ;D )
    - Stencils set to 'Ruler' or 'Guide' mode for pretty much any shape, you just have to line the stencil up first
    - Snap to Grid (for straight lines) or grid + smoothing for even waves and curves
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    Quote Originally Posted by HannahRage View Post
    For smooth line drawing in ArtRage, I would suggest:

    - the Smoothing option in the pencil and ink pen settings (obviously! ;D )
    - Stencils set to 'Ruler' or 'Guide' mode for pretty much any shape, you just have to line the stencil up first
    - Snap to Grid (for straight lines) or grid + smoothing for even waves and curves
    Thank you, Hannah! I am now using a combination of ink (max pressure) set to 1% or 2% width. This disables the stylus pressure, and allows for an even width line. The smoothing option is very nice. I usually keep it at max smoothing, and use smaller strokes.

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