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    InkwellMachine's art thread

    Been making quite a few of these threads lately, so I figured it'd be prudent to just start loading all my pictures into the same one. Hence forth, all paintings, photos, animated gifs, etc. that I wish to share with you folks will end up here.

    In order from newest to oldest, we have:

    Things Forgotten

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    Scrapyard Wurm

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    This Oil

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    Cereal Ghost

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    Hidden Things

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    Last edited by InkwellMachine; October 8th, 2014 at 09:30 AM.
    "Abandon the idea that you are ever going to finish. Lose track of the 400 pages and write just one page for each day, it helps. Then when it gets finished, you are always surprised." --John Steinbeck

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    These are really good, I especially love the last one it leaves so much to the imagination.

    Did you paint that one on an art program?

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    All of these were painted in photoshop. Xb
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    Big wow... I recently bought Corel Draw and am experimenting trying to put a few of my designs into pixels, hope to one day in the far future be half as good as those that you've drawn ^^ Luckily** I draw everything 2D.

    Do you use a drawing tablet?


    ** wise decision made for the sake of morale

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    hope to one day in the far future be half as good as those that you've drawn
    Shouldn't take long, actually. I hardly have half an idea what I'm doing when it comes to paintings.

    Do you use a drawing tablet?
    I do! In fact, all of this would have been quite impossible for me without one. Presently, I'm working with a small size Intuos4 tablet. It's really quite nice~
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    These are incredible. Did you draw these with any inspiration in mind?

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    Nah, not really. They're sort of just flights of fancy, made to waste time in a more "productive" manner.

    Thanks, though. 'Preciate the kind words.
    "Abandon the idea that you are ever going to finish. Lose track of the 400 pages and write just one page for each day, it helps. Then when it gets finished, you are always surprised." --John Steinbeck

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    I'm working on publishing on self publishing a book series that will be out in a month or two and the covers are all the remain mostly to be worked on. There is just one problem. I'm a complete newbie when it comes to Photoshop. Do you know of any good tutorials?

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    Hi Ink,

    Love your latest picture, but my favourite is still the cereal ghost

    Hi Bookmaster,

    If you are complete newbie to Photoshop I found Lunacore Photoshop Training - Detailed Photoshop tutorials. useful.
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    Quote Originally Posted by pigletinportugal View Post
    Hi Ink,

    Love your latest picture, but my favourite is still the cereal ghost

    Hi Bookmaster,

    If you are complete newbie to Photoshop I found Lunacore Photoshop Training - Detailed Photoshop tutorials. useful.
    Thanks!

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