Post your c-140x drawings

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  1. Meltdown

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    Does Art rage support layers and blending modes? I imagine it is pressure sensitive.

    The brush you used looks similar to the type you'd see in Painter which I used to like.

    BTW Painter would record time lapse painting data. In fact it also would store all strokes as vector data so you could paint at a low resolution for performance and then let the computer play back all your saved brush strokes on a higher res canvas while you go do something else. Pretty cool I thought.
     
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    nikecar Scribbler - Standard Member Senior Member

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    Remember, Palm Trees live in warm climates, yours must be in a colder climate cuz I've got coconuts while yours doesn't.

    :p


    http://forum.tabletpcreview.com/showpost.php?p=66704&postcount=210


    Full version does support Layers, and yes, its pressure sensitive. Full version also includes more tools like paint tubes, metallic paints, and several other brushes.
     
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    chriscannon Proud Member of the PFJ! Senior Member

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    Im considering getting the full version, but i still have other things to buy first...
     
  4. schroder999

    schroder999 Pen Pal - Newbie

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    The full version of artrage has all the same layer blending modes as photoshop and painter such as multiply, screen, color dodge, etc, but I haven't tried them extensively to know if they work exactly the same or not for complex paintings.
    I would assume that they do.

    schroder
     
  5. tabletonthevista

    tabletonthevista Scribbler - Standard Member

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    That is impressive, chriscannon!
     
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    chriscannon Proud Member of the PFJ! Senior Member

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    Thanks!

    And just "chris" will do, tabletonthevista... :D
     
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    Nominal Engineering Student

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    I did a mouse drawing of the cube man from my avatar (in my sig). I can't wait to try it again once I get my tablet.

    Hearing about how others are using their new c-140x's makes the wait more interesting. By the way, Chris, how are you liking doing your schoolwork on your tablet? Did you get the files copied over?
     
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    chriscannon Proud Member of the PFJ! Senior Member

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    Im homeschooled and such, so I might not need to much converting... but I think I start next week anyway, but i will let you know!
     
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    tabletonthevista Scribbler - Standard Member

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    Hmm, Chris, I'm just curious as to how old you are because the things you say suggest different things. Usually I think of you as college or beyond. But now that you talk about homeschooling....
     
  10. Nominal

    Nominal Engineering Student

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    At one point Chris said:
    That would make him about 17 years, 2 months old. :cool:

    Edit: I just watched the painting in your signiture, Chris. It's Great. :D It was just like watching someone paint on paper!
     
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