Photoshop pic for Rifts CCG. Not very detailed, but worked ok on a card.
Yep, they're all done with a mouse. I'm sure a wacom would be better, but I've got so many things on my list of 'must haves' that a graphics tablet won't be happening anytime soon.
A MOUSE?!......*faints* You really need a tablet my friend. I can't imagine the quality of your work if you were to go at a painting in PS with a tablet. I personally use a 9x12 Wacom Intuos tablet. Try one out, I'm sure you'll find it much easier to use than a freakin' mouse. Does this mean all of your other digital pieces here are done with a mouse too? Anyway......Outstanding work dude. ~M
Yeah, but at least I had a full version of Photoshop for this one. Even with the crummy computer, it still felt like luxury
P133!?! GYAKK! ... wait .. you said you did this with a mouse ... and a P133 ... *faints*
300 dpi!?! gyak!
Great job here Drew, this machine has real character.
Nope, for print work (which this is) I work at 300dpi. Lag time isn't a huge problem, as I don't work that fast anyway. It was a bit annoying, but this pic was done on a piece of junk P133 and it was still use-able.
You are a master of reflection technolgy and "incidence angles".
How I long to own Photoshop and a Macintosh, that would be sweet.
This is great, very cool design.
Looks like it could really kick butt.
What dpi do you work at? 75? 150?
I suspect that you keep it low to reduce computer processor "lag time", and because you can achieve a lot of impact with a low resolution image anyway. Furthermore, it probably takes a lot less time to create a low res digital painting then a high res one.
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