Post by beautyfr.pain on Oct 31, 2006 16:47:57 GMT -5
My friends and I play this game where we write lyrics back and forth from different songs to make a new song and I wanted to try and make an actual song out of it by putting a bunch of mp3s together. I was going to WMM, but it'll be a video in the end, not a music file, right? Does anyone know any programs or ways I could mix songs together and such?
Because she's asian and thus uses her squinty eyes to bend the laws of time and space.
Post by Kali Gargoyle on Nov 6, 2006 14:00:18 GMT -5
Okay, I was going through my “In Progress” art file (which, BTW, is an actually paper folder) and came across a project I planned but never finished because I never got feedback for it, so I’ll ask again:
Would anyone be interested in a Graphic Storytelling tutorial from me? You know, fan comics.
I have several examples scripted and thumbnailed but never finished because no one cared. I still want to finish them, but I need to know if people would like a step-by-step before I put in the extra energy. I'm probably not the best person, but it's what I do.
Post by Kali Gargoyle on Nov 6, 2006 19:34:45 GMT -5
can you show us the examples?
Actually, I haven’t finished the comics I plan on using in the tutorial, because I’d need to scan every step, which will take time and I want to make sure it isn’t wasted if no ones wants a tutorial. If no one wants a tutorial, I’ll just finish the comic without the extra work.
I will say it’ll be similar to my comic Battle Lines, with the first part being basic character/story stuff, part two being a fight scene, and part three being emotional.
Post by catalyst283 on Jan 1, 2007 14:17:25 GMT -5
^You do know that the best tutorial comes from the person who made that icon. Why don't you ask them, they most likely can tell you well in detail how they did it. I can asume they used some variations on the color, and made a light texture or gradient or two; but other than that, I dunno. You'd have to ask the maker of that icon on how to do that.
Post by airbender01 on May 28, 2007 14:55:22 GMT -5
The one thing I have trouble with how to draw two characters kissing(one male and one female). Can someone help me?
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Well, I don't know if they use tablets, I'm assuming they do at least sometimes as a lot of people do, but there are ways to get around not having a tablet. You don't have to draw straight onto the computer, actually, I prefer drawing on paper and then scanning my work in to color it. If you don't have faith in your linearting skill with a mouse, ink the lineart by hand before you scan, or become familiar with what's usually called the "bezier line tool" or pen tool. I'm not familiar with Gimp, but I'm sure it has one. After that, filling in and shading with a mouse shouldn't be too bad, depending on what you're trying to achieve. If you're really serious about digital art and painting and all that jazz, I would suggest investing in a tablet, I got a small one for about $90 USD, and it has served me -quite- well.