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Does anyone know of a drawing app for android that has a lasso or at least a square selection tool and free transform?
I'm using sketchbook, but it's a bag of dicks. No, Autodesk, I don't want to copy a layer, erase everything on that layer that I don't want to transform, then go back to the first layer and erase the inverse of that and then finally fucking transform my "selection."
I don't have a tablet during the day, so I sketch on my phone, but having to go through all this shit, or erase and completely redraw it just to fix one fuckup is really fucking annoying me and makes me not want to practice.
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Hey /ic/ I need some help. I've been drawing for about two or three years now and have recently gotten pretty serious in it. Doing lots of drawing from life, gesture ect. I now feel confidant in my ability to sketch and do, in general, colorless art. The main help I need is in coloring, not anime or stylized coloring, more illustration and high end, high detail coloring, mostly digital, photoshop based.
Here is my most recent sketch, "The Butcher Clowns"
Any help is very much needed and appreciated.
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Why don't I improve in photoshop, /ic/? Been trying hard for maybe a year or two, but there is no difference at all between my first and last works. I learn quite quickly when using traditional media, but pencil drawing has become too boring and painting material is too expensive. So I have the basic knowledge of values, perspective, anatomy etc, but I still don't know how to apply it in photoshop. I am especially interested in painting environments, which seem to be the hardest.
>pic related, my best shitty work
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Okay, so here we go.
Hi /ic/, it's my first time here on this board, I am a frequent lurker of /v/ and /vg/ and I want to ask you guys for some opinions on my drawings. It's mostly unfinished stuff and they all look bad. I like to draw almost everything except human bodies, faces, that kind of thing because I draw alot but I didn't read any book at all for drawing.
So what do you think? Also any tips and tricks?