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Not yet yummy cammy by Artgerm Not yet yummy cammy by Artgerm
Some of the friends here requested to see the sketch of my yummy cammy art. So here it is.

Hand drawn and scanned in. The green is just colourization in PS.
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wataame Featured By Owner Jul 7, 2004
i love her and her cute little camel toe
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krunce Featured By Owner Jul 7, 2004
Hey this is awesome - love the coloured version too.
Just wondering, I've seen some pretty lineart isolation techniques. Which did you use for this one?
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Artgerm Featured By Owner Jul 7, 2004  Professional Digital Artist
Hmm...i never really isolate the lineart so to speak. Once i got it scanned, I painted watercolour over it in Painter...hmm...on different layer.
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krunce Featured By Owner Jul 7, 2004
a i c - a painter trick *nod*
I'm thinking in Photoshop lol, where it's harder to paint over a layer unless you use multiply, and in that case, you can never expect to colours to come out how they seem and such and such.
I've really gotta install my Painter Classic...
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sundragon83 Featured By Owner Jul 7, 2004  Professional Digital Artist
reaLLY SWEet mate!!! like the colour too :D i done a pic of ryu...check it out n tell me what u think ok?! :P
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witchhunter-geist Featured By Owner Jul 7, 2004
this cammy is super yummy i love her even more now.
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bronze Featured By Owner Jul 7, 2004
Great drawing too! I have a question for it, tho. What we are seeing here, is it in the same scale as the paper, or has it been scaled down to be seen onn the web?
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Artgerm Featured By Owner Jul 7, 2004  Professional Digital Artist
scaled down yup. the original size is 2500w x 3300h. I like to work on bigger file, so that the details look better when scaled down. Besides i also like to print my works out, so i gotta make sure my arts are good enough for larger output.
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bronze Featured By Owner Jul 7, 2004
Thanks Artgerm: ive been trying to figure these things out. With printing purpose in mind as well. Its been just a while now since i first made a try on vector (flash) plus airbrushing (photoshop), using wider dimensions like those. you can see it [link] , if you like. those dimensions are for display on the web here on DA. Original is a lot bigger, and it was quite a pain since ive done it with 256mb of RAM on my laptop. So as reading from your posts and as you exchange quite between freehand,painter and photoshop, you might need a lot of RAM. How much do you have? and if you excuse me another question: in painter or photoshop... do you use a tablet for coloring with the various brushes and tools? Cause, I still use mouse for brushing for years, but as designs get wider in pixel i think using a mouse is unbearable.

What is your opinion?
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Artgerm Featured By Owner Jul 7, 2004  Professional Digital Artist
Creating vector artwork on flash is painful to me, cos flash is not meant for print production (first of all it is not CMYK). Therefore u will encounter some problems bringing the vector from flash to photoshop. I always use freehand to create my vector works, it is far more precise and clean. I will have total control with things and excellent print capability, such as assigning Pantone colours. Export vector from freehand to photoshop is a breeze, just copy and paste and u will be able to set the document as big as u like in photoshop.

I am running on 1gb ram, knowing that it will save my life whenever i work on huge files. I am using wacom tablet on all 3 programs (even freehand), for many years. I can assure u that it is the best investment for all digital artists and designers. Get one and u will treasure it for life. :)
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