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Re: Art Software?

#16 Post by indoneko » Fri Feb 03, 2017 5:53 am

While CSP and Photoshop are definitely the "Mightiest Beasts" of the art software packs, I still pick the little cute Sai as the most comfortable tool to draw with.... as long as I don't hit the layer limit :lol:
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Re: Art Software?

#17 Post by morinoir » Fri Feb 03, 2017 6:12 am

indoneko wrote:While CSP and Photoshop are definitely the "Mightiest Beasts" of the art software packs, I still pick the little cute Sai as the most comfortable tool to draw with.... as long as I don't hit the layer limit :lol:
Agree! Sai is light and fast. It has great stroke stabilizer, great anti alias, and it can blend color smoothly. I heard they release sai version 2 but I haven't got the chance to test it.
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Re: Art Software?

#18 Post by LateWhiteRabbit » Fri Feb 03, 2017 3:44 pm

indoneko wrote:While CSP and Photoshop are definitely the "Mightiest Beasts" of the art software packs, I still pick the little cute Sai as the most comfortable tool to draw with.... as long as I don't hit the layer limit :lol:
Isn't there also a resolution limit in SAI as well?

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Re: Art Software?

#19 Post by indoneko » Fri Feb 03, 2017 8:56 pm

@morinoir : Sai ver.2 ? Isn't it still a beta release? :roll:

@LateWhiteRabbit : You're right. It can't take anything bigger than A3 size.

Somehow, I found that canvas size only really matter to lineart. For coloring (especially with anime cell-shading), we can still use half or even a quarter of the lineart resolution without losing too many details...
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