wacom tablet pen

Got my new Intuos Pro, and I’m going to amuse myself by posting some “before and after” scribbles.

Above: some very really attempts to get clean unwavering strokes on the first pass, using the old Bamboo. Most of the long strokes for the feathers didn’t always land where I had wanted them too, or they sort of wobbled at some point. Lots and lots of me grumbling and hitting ctrl z. I hid the sketch lines for clarity, you can guess at how much worse they were. Yikes.


Above: Feldspar modeling the cleaner flowing lines I’ve been getting with the new Intuos. I did not use a sketch layer for this one! We’ll see how it holds up drawing long lines for wings, etc. but already I haven’t noticed that infamous “Shoestring Stroke” I was getting with the Bamboo. *shudder*

I don’t think this tablet is a cure-all, but it should help me ease back into things. I don’t need digital art to be any more difficult than it is.

To all the kind people messaging me and saying so much kind stuff to Bani… thank you so much… (T//ω//T) Bani is very happy and red in the face… I know you want to know how I do these gifs… But I’m really not great at explaining things… I hope I can at least show you some steps… I draw everything in Paint Tool SAI and I use a small Wacom pen tablet for drawing… I only use the default brushes that are in the program… also, I never went to an art school or had any lessons for this… so I really can’t tell if my method is efficient, since it is self-taught (^q^||)

First I do a weird looking sketch ( O ∀ O||||||)

Then I do a less weird looking sketch…

Clean lines

I basically just redraw every frame again, and also change some things that should moving…

I save all the images to a folder and open them in Windows Photo Viewer… I press the next button to see it move and to what I need to change… in the end, I’ll have more frames because I use some drawings more than once in the animation…

Coloring every layer…

Background

I put the images into Photoshop and save as a gif there… 

I use After Effects for a glow effect, because I can (#゚ロ゚#)

And then I need hours to compress the gif and lower the frames to 2mb, so that tumblr will allow it ლ(ಠ益ಠლ huagh…!!

Done! _(┐「ε:)_

sleepypander  asked:

Do you use a drawing tablet to draw? if so, what brand is it?

I use the Wacom Intuos Pen tablet that I bought for 80$ I’ve had it for about…um….¾ years now I believe, so I think the price for it has dropped, but I’m not sure lol

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“Littlest People” ♥

I’ve been wanting to do this for so long hehe and I’m so happy I finally got myself to start drawing yesterday! :D Ever since I was a kid, I always liked to imagine tiny people living in our garden/mini-forest-like backyard. :3 Around two years ago, I started taking pictures of little corners of our garden with plans of drawing little people in them!

I feel so relaxed whenever I look at these, huhu ;3; I hope you do too! ^ - ^

I might print these out as postcards, or even a 2016 calendar if I can make more (I definitely want to make more, haha) :D (So please, please do not print out or reproduce T_T)

Photos taken by me using a Pentax camera, drawings drawn by me using Paint Tool SAI and a borrowed Wacom pen tablet (my old one broke T__T).

Miraculous Ladybug.

I decided to do this drawing because I really really love this serie. Nowaday in my country is in ongoing and for that I had to do this drawing LOL.

SpeedPaint: https://youtu.be/WnFynAfQtYE

► Program: Paint Tool Sai, Medibang paint pro and Sketchbook pro 7.

► Graphics Tablet: Wacom Intuos Pen and Touch Small CTH480

► Total estimated time: 4 hours.

Final Layer Count: 53
Time: Approx. 6 Hours
Tools of the Trade: Photoshop CS6, Wacom Intuos 4 Tablet, Wacom Pro Pen, Lots of Epic Music & Encouragement from Stream Viewers ;)

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