thanks and for this one, I was trying out a new style (someone told me to try keeping stuff unsmudged and mix by changing opacity of the brush) but I think sometime I might try REALLY detailing it since I really want to figure out how to do realistic fur sometime.
Hehe no prob Hum maybe I didn't express myself well... I think this new style is very cool and I really love the energy I feel from your brushes strokes... So in my opinion, keep that part, it's very good!! I was just thinking that if you'd have detailed more some parts of the mane or the nose for example, it would have made your artwork even more interesting. More crispy parts...It would stand out like the cherry on top of a delicious cake XD I dunno if you see what I mean? (If you want an idea of what I mean, check out Benjamin's work, a professional Chinese digital painter) But I'm aware this is really not an easy thing to do, to blend detailed stuff with more generic parts... I'd already wish to be able to do as good as you!
Btw, do you recommend the bamboo for a debutting digital painter?
Could you give me a link to his work? I'm afraid I'm not quite sure what you mean lol.
And I DEFINITELY do. But just keep in mind that I've never tried using an intuo and have no idea what it's like. Supposedly it's not as pressure sensitive but I can't really remember what else is different but for someone who's a bit short on money, it's good.
Sure, he's not so well known yet oustide France and he doesn't seem to have a website so I'll give you his editor's site [link] Otherwise, type his full name "Benjamin Zhang Bin" in google image I hope his technique can inspire you as it did for me
Ok thanks a lot for your advice When I see what beautiful things can be made with one, I'd really wanna buy one!^^