Heh, I totally agree with you, Ichigo is one pain in the (this comment was censured) to draw! BTW, do you have another instruction manual for drawing Shirosaki too? I know they look the similar but at the same time they're not - right?
Hey I actually tried doing this drawing following your guide it's not the best drawing but ohwell least I tried oh and by my last comment, I was up at 2:40am when I saw your guide So I thought why not try it thanks though check my page out for the drawing, I placed you in the description as a link. enjoy.
Yeah, once I get a better scanner, or a high quality camera. You work in pencil, too. How do you get your art internet ready without loosing detail? I'm beginning to think the scanner built into my Cannon printer isn't going to cut it. I need a digital silver bullet in time for Christmas. As for liknages onegai, I hate feeling like a noob, but I haven't learned what that means, yet. If it means "you like?", then I do.
Have you found anything that works? I asked Mom if I could just buy a high end scanner or photoshop cs3, but she responded that money doesn't grow on trees. I know what she means. I can't just shell out $100 for a computer program like it's pocket change. There has to be a cheaper solution.
Well, try and get Photoshop student version. It's cheaper, but you'll still have to save up for it. If not that, then try open canvas. it's much cheaper, and doesn't have as many options, but it's still a good program.
But for scanning, photoshop is the best. Try scanning at a higher ppi or dpi (pixles per inch, dots per inch), like 500 or 600, and then when you get it into the program, lower it to around 200 or 300 once it's cleaned. Smoothes the edges out a bit.
I have no idea how to do that. All I know how to do is stick my picture on the scanner, and push the scan button on the printer. The only options it shows are whether or not I want to scan in color. Everyone in my family has problems with that printer. It still won't let me print from my laptop. I have to connect to it wirelessly, but I'm lucky if the printer even receives the signal to scan. I think the problem is the printer. I don't think it can change what resolution it scans at. Do you know what I'm doing wrong?