Post your Tablet PC art! (some images might not be safe for work)

Discussion in 'The Tablet PC Life' started by frog, Jan 16, 2009.

  1. frog

    frog Scribbler - Standard Member

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    I've had my T5010 for just over a month now, I use it as a digital sketch book and do studies from reference or from my imagination. Here are a few of them:

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    Well I thought there might be a few more artists around here - I'm sure some will turn up some time!

    In the meantime a couple more sketches:

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    Dorian Gray:

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  3. bprince

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    Here's a folder of figure drawings done on my Toshiba at our weekly sessions:

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    I use Painter 9.5 and Sketchbook Pro
     
  4. frog

    frog Scribbler - Standard Member

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    Hi there Brian :D

    Nice drawings, it's interesting to see the progression - do you find the Tablet cumbersome at life drawing?
     
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    This one was done partly on my desktop machine in the day and on the Tablet PC in the evenings - it's based on the story of The Portrait of Dorian Gray by Oscar Wilde.

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  6. bprince

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    Thanks. It can be cumbersome in the sense that the screen is small, which means I have to draw with my wrist instead of my elbow. My hand usually starts to cramp up after a couple hours.

    But it's nice to be able to instantly adjust proportions, or experiment on different layers.
     
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    Some horses as practice for a western image I want to paint:

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  9. bprince

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    Nice horses Frog. What app are you using? Looks like Painter?
     
  10. frog

    frog Scribbler - Standard Member

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    All Photoshop.

    I used to use Painter a lot, until I found some decent brushes for Photoshop (these ones). Since then though, I do pretty much everything in Photoshop as it's a lot less flaky than Painter, except for quick sketches where I might use Sketchbook Pro.
     
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