Oh, I know! I'll make sexaroids and Gundams for a living.
Since this thread was originally (like 6 months ago.....) about games being banned or whatever, did DOAX 3 ever get released in the U.S. ? June 19th, 2017 at 07:25 amEdited 1 times, last on June 19th, 2017 at 07:29 am by WeDieYoung
I wonder if Vixie will have anything to add to all of that? He says he makes his best efforts not to talk to me anymore, yet he still does, and I'm the same with him. LOL
Yeah, and you're doing a real bang up job there, skipper.
Git gud, scrub.
good luck with that
Thanks. I'm gonna need it. It turns out that drawing on a screen of which offers little to no resistance for a stylus isn't as easy as drawing on paper with pencils and charcoal. So, yeah. My first drawings with my Surface 3 and Clip Studio Paint are only just a few steps above Ringo Starr at the moment. June 20th, 2017 at 04:57 am
I wonder how Surface 3 pen tracking/responce (etc.) is compare to Wacom's graphic tablets? hmm.. but now no time for googling that...
Obviously the Wacom tablets are more suited towards illustration.No need to waste time comparing spec sheets. But I've seen people post very good sketches and drawings done on Samsung tablets using Autodesk SketchBook for Android, so I'm mainly blaming myself for being two years out of practice with drawing and painting. June 20th, 2017 at 02:09 pm
-I was about to say "Naturally, since it's car-related, instead of anime-related." but then I remembered you telling me stuff about Le Mans that I didn't know. Regardless, the movie is the original "Gone in 60 Seconds."
-I've just been looking at stuff (mildly-naughty, most of it) online, and it either sparks my interest (such as in Nyotengu and Kokoro) or 'rekindles' interest in someone like Helena.
Looking at the front page,I like that this site has become a Senran Kagura fan site.
Yes, I did see also some very nice drawings done on tablets and even on phones... And what I heard, Surface dose have very good pens, that is why I was wondering.
Current Surface pen: 4,096 pressure points
Wacom Pro Pen 2: 8192 pressure points
Since my Surface 3 (non Pro) does lag a fair bit when dealing with large files, you'd have to step up to a Surface Pro with at least an i5 to compensate. But at the $1,000 price point, a 13" Cintiq would be a better value for the money. Me personally, I'd settle for the mid sized Intuos Pro for $350. June 26th, 2017 at 12:48 pm