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mindputtee wrote:This is what I've got so far, I'm calling it the lotus and the tiger.
I think I want to add some more lotus blossoms blowing from where she is sitting up and to the right. I'm also thinking about adding some embroidery to her clothes so that they look a little less plain. Thoughts?
Yes blossoms. No embroidery.
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So, in the past I've been trying to do designs with photoshop 3 and I don't have a tablet. I saw someone mention Gimp last week so I've downloaded it and am going to try using it for this Derby. Since I don't have a tablet, I usually scan my ink drawing into the computer and then fill with color.
My question: When I've done this in photoshop, my drawing ends up looking a little choppy. Is Gimp better for this? Any info would be greatly appreciated! I really want to get better at this.
Also, how do you display your sketch ideas and t-shirt designs on this forum for people to comment?
Sorry for the long windedness of this post
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