square wrote: »
I've studied some basic anatomy and I think is time to apply it to my cartoonish style. I just can't figure how. Can you guys give me some tips to develop a cartoony character based on anatomy rules? I've been trying a lot, but I can't develop good cartoon eye-shapes/mouths/and so on...
MagicToaster wrote: »
This is the sort of thing you need to discuss with your print supplier. If you're doing it yourself, the first piece of data I'll ask is how thick is the stack of papers you're gonna bind?
brokecracker wrote: »
MT is right, you would have to have exact dimentions. How tall is the stack of pages on the inside?
Yea, that looks like a standard receipt book template. Take a printoff of that to a local printer and they should have a catalog for you to choose from. Smaller local printers would be more likely custom build you something like that and if they do it is going to cost you an awful lot. Each bend of the wrap around has to be scored and that is where the exact dimentions come in.
Are those carbon pages? If so, black ink only might be the best route, color on carbons always reeked havoc at our shop. Also it looks like you have staples in the design, gumming the pages might be cheaper.
NakedZergling wrote: »
Caricatures! So my friend wants me to draw caricatures for him during his wedding. It's in July. Ive been trying to find out a good book, or ideally a website with tutorials. Nothing Ive found is all that great. Anyone here know anything about this? where should i begin?
Angel_of_Bacon wrote: »
In the Brushes window, go to Shape Dynamics and set the Size Jitter Control to Pen Pressure.
Then go to Other Dynamics (or Transfer in newer versions) and set Opacity Jitter to Pen Pressure.
Actually it's worth your time to mess around with the various settings in the Brushes window just to see what everything does.
Warpony wrote: »
Hope this questio is allowed. What kind of mechanical pencil lead thickness¿ wise is best for sketching something later to be a finished drawing?