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"Basic" is not a brush. In fact, it actually means "remove all brush strokes" or "reduce to basic path". Adobe put it in a stupid, unintuitive, place. But that's what it's there for. If you actually want a brush stroke, then "Basic" is not a correct option. Note, when using the Brush Tool, "Basic" will be ignored because with the Brush tool, a brush stroke ...


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I constantly have smudge issues because I'm left-handed so even basic writing tasks look very dirty due to smudging. It sounds like you're looking more for a marker-type pen, but I'd like to comment on a needle-tip gel pen that I've found that I haven't been able to smudge. Which is great if you enjoy sketching with thin pens. I went to a store that sold ...


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You need to know where the wanishing point is or you can not draw an accurate perspective. So regardless of wether it fits your paper or not you got to know its location. Now nothing says your wanishing point has to be on your paper. There are a few ways you can deal with this. One is to put the wanishing point on another paper, prefeerably a bigger one, ...


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One way to do it would be to scan the watercolor or marker illustration in at the highest resolution possible and create a tracing. You would essentially end up with something like a stippled drawing. The vector illustration would be incredibly complex (hundreds of thousands of points and shapes) but you'd be able to reproduce it in one color and then shift ...



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