Interface

Getting Started with Digital Painting

The Basics - Quiz

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In this lesson, we cover the interface and its five main sections. These are the same for virtually any image editing software and you need to know them to find your way around.

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    I introduced myself to digital painting recently and began using a tablet this afternoon. I noticed that when I make brush strokes, occasionally the brush settings window will pop up and I can’t figure out why. I press escape and continue where I left off, so it isn’t a big deal, but over time it is becoming and inconvenience, and so I was wondering if anyone could tell me what is triggering it to appear, and if it is a setting I can toggle on and off. I use Adobe Photoshop CC.

    Derek

    4 days ago

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    would intuos painter work?cause I have the program

    3 months ago

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    Can somebody recommend any cheap but good graphics tablet for beginner?
    Is Wacom One Medium good or should I invest in something from Intuos series like Intuos Draw/Art Small?

    8 months ago

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      Don’t feel pressured to buy a fancy one if you can’t afford it, I used a cheap bamboo fun tablet all through art school and it worked very well. I think it comes down to personal preference. Wacom has always been reliable for me, so I would recommend any of their products!

      7 months ago

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    Hi, I am having trouble downloading the course files to my macbook, every one that i click on ends up downloading the same thing. Only the detail psd file. (image of the eye) and the videos. Is there any other way to get the files? Thx.

    9 months ago

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      They are actually all the same link to the .PSD file so each didn’t have their own but I edited the download section to be less confusing =]

      7 months ago

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    I see that the program for this lesson “Basics of Digital Painting is Photoshop. Do you use Photoshop for Motion tutorials or for 3D tutorials? Thank you

    10 months ago

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      No, Photoshop is mainly for concept art and digital painting, if you’re looking for a 3D software, you should check out Blender and the tutorials we have on this site =]

      7 months ago