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Yes, when you reapply thick layers of color they will pick up color below. This enables you to blend the colors. The tip color pressure will keep the color localized on the tip, so by drawing a bit on scrap paper will clear the issue (Unless you just leave it in the nib). You can also transfer color from one nib to another and use this as a blending ...


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Best contact the manufacturer - most of the high end markers (i used pantone markers) you can buy spare nibs for. Water based and alcohol based inks act differently and are designed to blend but different effects can be achieved depending on surface and using a blending tool.


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I don't see a blanket answer here. A beard hides the facial features - lips and surrounding areas - but I don't think it will either detract or attract attention to the area by default. It's reliant on the face and the beard. If the goal is to hide a cleft palette, then a beard (or mustache) certainly would. But if the goal is to simply pull the eye away ...


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You can do this with excel, atleast if you approximate the design a bit. Excell is probably the only tool that a unspecified random crowd can be expected to be able to use. The real problem is that the more easy to use, and the more mainstream you want to go the more you need to sacrafice out of your design. Excel can be made quite faithfull to your idea ...


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Intro and motivation This is a general answer as how I would approach the problem at hand. Using the situation in the question as the use case. This way the answer is a bit more generally applicable. Laying out a mass of shapes Laying out a mass of shapes with precision is time consuming. The tools that can help you are the Blend tool, Transform again, ...


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Thats a bit mean, the poor fella has got no idea - take two lines of different arching radius and use the Blend Tool to create say 15 steps between them, this will show you the transformation in 15 steps between one line and the other. Then try different line/brushes to enhance thickness at one end. Blend tool tut then "expand appearance" You may only need ...


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How is art represented when it's not digital? museums, galleries, magazines....and usually the design of the space is indicative of the style. Most galleries and museums are specific to an Era or style, but there are a few that encompass a large scope of the art world. The Louvre for example houses ancient to contemporary works. Their architecture and ...


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I think I get it. Very tall order. A) Is there any research or theories in dealing with representing art. Probably. But the chances are big that they would be rather convoluted if you could find them. (Unless you are asking about general semiotics). You obviously cannot represent art with art without at least vaguely pointing to a particular ...



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