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Graphite drawing.

Verfasst: Fr Sep 30, 2005 9:02 pm
von Sweedie
This is a simulated 2B graphite drawing. I used the Grainy Cover pencil. The settings were: 10% Opacity and 10% Resaturation. The other settings were default. Nice pencil to simulate a graphite drawing... :D

Verfasst: Sa Okt 01, 2005 9:12 am
von Miq
Very nice drawing, sweedie! :)

@Boris: I find it difficult to tell the german names for the tools from the english given here. Could you perhaps introduce a kind of numbering scheme or so to describe the tools and options? Then it would be possible to share individual settings independently of the GUI language used.

Ich muß etwas Deutsches wirklich üben!

Verfasst: Sa Okt 01, 2005 10:58 am
von Sweedie
Dieses ist eine simulierte Zeichnung des Bleistift 2B. Ich benutzte den körnigen Abdeckung Bleistift. Die Einstellungen waren: 10% Opazität und 10% Resaturation. Die anderen Einstellungen waren Standard.
Ich habe die Werkzeuge und die Einstellungen benutzt, wie im angebrachten Bild gezeigt.


Ich hoffe, daß dieses hilft! P.S. Ich muß etwas Deutsches wirklich üben!
(Babelfish übersetzung)

Verfasst: Sa Okt 01, 2005 1:40 pm
von Boris Eyrich
@Sweedie: Good translation :D

This Brush is called in German: Farbstift deckend grob 5. I could create a table with the german and the english names of all brushes in Artweaver. But with other settings (Opacity, Grain, ...) it is difficult, because there a more translations of those in Artweaver available.

Verfasst: Sa Okt 01, 2005 2:24 pm
von Miq
Thanks a lot, both of you! :D

@sweedie: Haven't we met virtually in the Pixia forum before? I seem to remember "Bildsajten" as a source for Pixia tutorials.

Ganz richtig!

Verfasst: Sa Okt 01, 2005 2:58 pm
von Sweedie
I used to be quite frequent at the Pixia forum. I still use Pixia now and then at my job as a Art teacher. But I suppose I will favour Artweaver as a freeware paintprogram from now on.

This is one of my Pixia images

Verfasst: Di Okt 25, 2005 9:46 pm
von Gast
Gosh, Henry it looks just like a real pencil drawing... sweet looking gal.