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MiharuChan100

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Well I'm kinda new with pen tablet and I want to create my own manga.I always draw wobbly lines.Does anyone have some tips to draw smooth line with pen tablet??
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Practice!!! You've got to practice a lot with your tablet before lines come out the way you like, that and preassure settingsXD

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That depends on the program you´re using, too. To me is much easier to use Illust Studio than Photoshop, for instance.




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Pandapon Studio wrote:Practice!!! You've got to practice a lot with your tablet before lines come out the way you like, that and preassure settingsXD


As Pandapon said you need practice. If you want to draw smooth lines the hard way and slow method if you're aiming for precision, try learning to use the pen/path tool. Practice!

Studio Kawaii wrote:That depends on the program you´re using, too. To me is much easier to use Illust Studio than Photoshop, for instance.


I use PS for coloring mostly. I prefer Adobe Illustrator because of the brush options and its much easier when drawing lines.
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It's kinda difficult to achieve smooth lines in Photoshop.
Like they said, you should practice. That's all there is to it.

But if you have the money and like to have good results now, use Paint Tool Sai. It has a stabilizer to smoothen lines. When you finally got the hang of using your pen tablet, you'll eventually start to lower your stabilizer setting and, if you still like to, go back to using Photoshop. Paint Tool Sai is very limited compared to Photoshop's effects, though. But there's no harm in trying. They have a free 31-day trial if you'd like to check out the stabilizer and other Sai features

I'm a Paint Tool Sai user btw~

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I'm using Paint tool sai for drawing not photoshop
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MiharuChan100 wrote:I'm using Paint tool sai for drawing not photoshop


Then you shouldn't have any problems with smooth lines~
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yeah i know there's no more problem but i still need to practice thanks
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I use Illusstudio for inking and it's wonderful, I really recommend it to everyone!

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If you really want smooth lines I'd suggest Adobe Illustrator(AI). Highly recommended! Once you start learning AI, Photoshop becomes well just a photo editing program hahaha.
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Dimoo wrote:
But if you have the money and like to have good results now, use Paint Tool Sai.


paint tool sai is free .___.
or is it not? 'cause i downloaded off the internet

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I think it's.not freeware, but I may be.mistaken

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x4nim3fr34kx wrote:

paint tool sai is free .___.
or is it not? 'cause i downloaded off the internet


Paint Tool Sai is not free but they have a 31-day free trial.

Well, unless you downloaded it with a cracked version illegally in some sharing websites. I just hope not.
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Dimoo wrote:
x4nim3fr34kx wrote:

paint tool sai is free .___.
or is it not? 'cause i downloaded off the internet


Paint Tool Sai is not free but they have a 31-day free trial.

Well, unless you downloaded it with a cracked version illegally in some sharing websites. I just hope not.


You can download stuff illegally i guess...since a lot of people do and don't get in trouble.
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I found easier using Sai because of the Linework layer. Alternatives could be Manga Studio or Illustudio or Open Canvas...

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