I don't know what this Autism Sketchbook is, but if it gets Jeff posting here again, IT MUST BE GREAT!What a great drawing! My brush pen weeps with joy!
Awesome sketch! Is Brad's Autism Sketchbook project an offshoot of Rick Randolph's Autism Draw-a-Thon last year? I think Brad participated in that.
Rick Randolph was the guy that reminded me about it. By thanking me for contributing. After I had forgotten the deadline. So he has inside track info obviously.AWESOME drawing. William Stout would drool.
Cool reptilians! You know me, I love high contrast so this pleases me all the way to my gonads. Who is this Jeff by the way?
Thanks fellas (except Scott). So drew this all on the Cintiq. We have a slew of different brushes that artists at work created for Photoshop. If anybody wants the .tpl file I can email it to them.
Jeffy, I'll take those brushes! I need some for my Photoshop. Graci, mi steenki Philipina!
I wanted to ask you how many levels this was. Just one?
And since you'll ignore Scott's request, I'll second the request for brushes. You read my mind. I wondered about your brush.
Should we use thraxiz jr for the email?
See if this works. I placed my blend brush in a transfer file. Right click, save and see if you get a good abr file. If you click on it, it will just show an askii mess.Blend.abrIf it works, I'll place Jeff's brush files in the same spot for downloading
It worked fine, That's a good brush by the way. Especially good for the smudge , blending.
Where should I email to??
I think it's like 8 levels. When I'm too nervous to commit I create a new level.
email@example.com will work.I'll make a link for right click downloading when I get it.Thanks for the info. That's a good method.