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New artist here

Discussion in 'Imports' started by SoliceInNothing, Oct 20, 2011.

  1. SoliceInNothing

    SoliceInNothing Potential Patron

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    So, I was lurking on the booru and didn't find any higurashi hairs, so I thought I'd make some myself, please try them out, lemme know what you think, what to do to improve, or who else I should do

    *edit, got the previews that were asked for
     

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  2. anonymous

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    Actually... there is one on the booru

    http://sdtstuff.co.cc/viewHair/1106/
     
  3. Holt

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    They look nice! I like your art style because it reminds me of my own.
     
  4. Mineur

    Mineur Club Regular Content Creator

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    plz post previews^^
     
  5. SoliceInNothing

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    I'm actually kind of new at this, is there a way to snag a preview shot other than a screen shot?
     
  6. Xiombarg

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    Actually, a common way of getting previews, is to cruise the art and/or Fan sites (most of us use Hentai sites) and search for the character in question. Find profile shots, and *Voila* you have reference materials!

    "Official" character reference pics are usually the Best.

    Simple, really ;)
     
  7. anonymous

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    No, I don't believe so, but you just put that screen shot into your photo editor and cut it down to size.

    He said PREVIEW... not REFERENCE.
     
  8. Xiombarg

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    Whoops.... My mistake.

    In THAT case: try using the Stand-alone player, resize it to something reasonable (usually, without seeing the tabs at the bottom, or large black bars on either side), and use (alt)+(prt sc) to capture just the active window and not the whole screen. If you have a photo editor open, you can usually make a "New From Clipboard" image, and there you have it! Crop and save, and you're done ;)

    Also, fairly simple (assuming you're using a windows-based system. Might be an Apple or 'Nix equivalent as needed.

    Better?
     
  9. anonymous

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    Not really. He didn't ask how to take a screenshot to make a preview, he asked if there was another way.

    There is however, you can download software such as hoversnap and set it up to just take a shot of the active program. It's more efficient, but it only really saves time if you take a lot of screenshots.