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Tutorial Time: Part One by KimberlySwan Tutorial Time: Part One by KimberlySwan
Some pretty generic information. Feel free to ask questions iffen you want. I told ya'll it was stuff you've heard before!
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ReneaShocknugget Aug 28, 2013
Pro tips! I'm still freshly new to digital art.. so these tips are a great help :) I'll be sure to try out flipping my future pieces.. never heard of it before :o but I can't wait to try it! <3  I am a dummy! 
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wangqr Dec 12, 2012  Student Digital Artist
ooo now this is pro tips O_O can't wait for part two plzzz :meow:!!
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Tarantulady May 6, 2011  Hobbyist Artist
I didn't even know that much planning and thinking went into it. Hence, the Iwilo gallery. :(
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KimberlySwan May 10, 2011  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Theres a lot more then that O_o at least on my end i guess, its that control freak thing going on O_O
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It might seem like generic tips for you but many of these things are stuff I wouldn't have thought about. I don't usually go for realistic anatomy but the eye/ankle and the tilt tips will be helpful regardless, and the flip trick is awesome! <3 Thank you!
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KimberlySwan Apr 4, 2011  Hobbyist Digital Artist
You're very welcome, those were all things that were drilled into my head in my first months in school, so mebbe round two will be like... advanced stick figures!
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Mongoose9634 Apr 4, 2011  Hobbyist General Artist
I just realized how well that horizontal flip works o_o i tryed it out for some kicks n giggles
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KimberlySwan Apr 4, 2011  Hobbyist Digital Artist
HAHA awesome aint it?
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TMirai Apr 4, 2011  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Super helpful info :D You sketch much the same way I (and many artists prob do) with really simple stick figure that slowly build to more detailed layers atop. That horizontal flip trick is the best thing ever. I just recently started doing it and it saves my ass. I realize I have (had) a tendency to draw with a weird right tilting slant, so whenever I flip, my characters are always leaned over like they have balance issues.
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KimberlySwan Apr 4, 2011  Hobbyist Digital Artist
I have that same problem O_O I think its because I'm so heavy handed when i draw, and my hands usually at a weird angle and it drawing on a tablet makes it worse (since your "paper" cant move to accommodate your hand).
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