Sagroth wrote: »
Oh c'mon FyreWulff, no one's gonna pay to visit Uranus.
GnomeTank wrote: »
Hello art friends!
I am not an artist. My daughter is much more inclined to art than me and she's getting to the stage now, at 12, where she's really beyond my capacity to help much from a technology point of view. That's many words to say: She wants a drawing tablet, please help I am clueless here. She's been using an iPad and Apple Pencil for about three years now but she really wants a tablet for her desk/PC. I'm willing to spend for something decent but she also doesn't need a professional level setup. Any good suggestions?
She also wants a program called Adobe Animate, which is not cheap. I only somewhat grasp everything what it does, so while I can google search "Adobe Animate alternatives", I have no real clue what I'm looking for. I'm not fully sure she knows exactly what all it does yet, the seed of desire has been planted mostly by watching YouTube videos of some of her favorite animators. If it's absolutely the best tool for what she wants to do and there aren't great alternatives I'll pay for it, but some alternative suggestions would be awesome.
Peas wrote: »
For example I find it really hard to see the gradients of the half tone and core shadow when I try to replicate it as digital illustration. Anyone have any tips or advice on how to actually go about it? The above image is 3d, not an illustration.