Joel Fagin wrote:I thik the second does look nicer but I can't actually see the difference. To me, it just looks like a different picture rather than a different style.
- Joel Fagin
YarpsDat wrote:Inked huh? But it's on lined paper.
And your files are HUGE! 300kb???
Damn, I'm on DSL and I got bored of waiting, so I switched to other window.
Get some basic computer post procesing:
1. scan at high res. 300 or 600 dpi
2. apply curves in more or less this fashion.
(alternatively, use "levels" or adjust brightness contrast)
3. merge layers, resize to the web size (ie 800 pixels wide)
4. use export/save for web/optymize/JPG wizard, or whatever.
Come back when you mastered that.
(BTW, if you lack software...
GIMP is free, and PSP has a free 30 day demo.)
Azael wrote:as for the size (pixel dimensions), the smallest I've been able to get after scanning is the size you see. Any smaller, and it looks really bad.
Stephen Henderson-Grady wrote:Calligraphy pens? Have you given a thought to using something pressure sensitive such a brush or crow quill? Heck, one of those things that are like makers with a felt brush tip might work out and you wouldn't have to worry about the ink bottle that way. I can't imagine working with a calligraphy pen; how does it work out for you and why did you choose it? I'm not trying to be insulting here; just honestly curious.
Azael wrote:Is it this, the style that I use for A Mage's Fate:
Or is PD#666:
http://img78.photobucket.com/albums/v29 ... D666-2.jpg
a better style?
I tend to lean towards the neatness of AMF, but I have gotten comments that PD#666 is more visually pleasing...
William G wrote:What do you feel most comfortable doing?
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