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Hi pals, need a little help over here, please, I have problems with the breast of shizune over here, I'm trying to do a decent vector and I'm not feeling this is the best job I can ever do, but certainly I'm lost and I don't know what to do to make it better.
please pals, what should I do
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Hi /ic/, I think I've got a problem.
I used to have a non-native resolution on my monitor until this morning, when I I measured a "square" found on google with a ruler on my screen, which measured 16x12cm... not really a square. So I found that I need my native resolution to see non-deformed images and I set for that.
After the changes, I remeasured the square and this time it was square... but it didn't look like one. Looks like it's higher than it is wide to me (same for all the other square found on google).
Same problem with some (not all) images, pictures etc. Looks like they are elongated (in height) and deformed.
Is this an optic illusion? Since I had the previously deformed resolution for some years, my eyes see the now thinner images as "too tall"? Can I assume that if a ruler says that a square on my monitor is square, then it is and that's enough to say that everything else is also fine?
Is there any other way to tell whether or not my monitor is deforming my images?
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I always spend a long-ass time drawing noses, they stump the hell out of me. I can draw a nose, but it can take anywhere from a minute to anywhere upward of a half hour. Any advice? I recently found this reference that shed a lot of light on what I was doing wrong, but...? Advice? ? ?? Thanks a bunch, I have a huge reference folder, so if there's anything in return I can help you with, please let me know.
(Yes, I use references almost religiously when it comes to drawing noses.)
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I'm not sure if this is the right forum to post this, but i have a request. I'm sure most of you are familiar with "Raccoon stealing cat food" video from youtube. What i need is a stencil of said racoon as he's running away, but i would prefer a front view of him instead of the back. I'm art-impaired, but if someone could try and do it, i would greatly appreciate it... If I like it enough, i might reward you through paypal too. Thanks for anyone willing to give it a shot