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Looks like 3D software, free one is Blender Example of complex structures


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Judging by the ambient occlusion and reflections, this looks like it has been created using 3D modelling software like 3ds max, or Maya. However those are both industry-leading software packages and cost a lot (trust me). You might be better off trying to find a free solution, like Blender, or mimicking the effect in an illustration program like Adobe ...


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http://faviconit.com will create about 15 different icon sizes for all devices from one hi-res PNG.


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I am sure it is not a brush, the grungy shadow effect was created by a texture applied on Overlay or Soft Light blending mode. What makes me sure about it is the fact that the shadows doesn't look all the same, and are also in the grey area. Here are some examples of textures you could use: ...


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First; your drawings are very, very good. I would be delighted to see more of them. Never stop with pen and paper. Disclaimer. What follows are for the most part my opinion and personal experience. And pardon me for going on a rant about context. Background, scientific illustrations There are still people employed and being educated as scientific ...


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Your drawings are very good! In a digital world, illustrations that possess some humanity (like yours) are unfortunately rare. Digital drawing tablets are fantastic for many uses but they do still have a certain quality that is distinct from hand made art. I like using physical media. For line drawings and shapes that need to have some organic ...


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There is no "best" method. Ultimately everything ends up as shapes and paths. How you get there is of no consequence. You should use whatever methods you find useful. The reason there are 2 schools of thought basically comes down to software features and age of the artist. 5-8 years ago there was no Width Tool, no stroke profiles, no Blob Brush, etc. ...


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I have an A3 colour scanner, but my artwork is often larger than that in size. To capture the full image, I do four scans with each scan area overlapping. I then use Microsoft ICE (Image Composite Editor) which is free, to then assemble and join the four images. It's an automated process and works very well. Often the peripheral edges dont always align, so ...



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