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This kind of thing is typically screen printed for large quantities. However, for prototyping or for small runs that don't justify the cost of screen printing, a UV-cured flatbed printers can be used. We use ours to print onto plastic and metal all the time with no ink adhesion issues. Just find a sign maker near you and tell them what you're trying to do. ...


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I always assumed it was for familiarity + perhaps to further enable people to use the tablet without a keyboard. When you first try out a drawing tablet, it seems like it makes sense to have it, but I've personally never used it. It's so tedious Wacom even has an option to set one of the stylus buttons as the eraser. I've found that to lag a bit, so I ...


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There's is no difference from Photoshops view. Technically its a similar albeit differently shaped nib, that is always attached to eraser. The different shape has different physics, but other then that form software's point of view its the same. The tablet user may not have a second hand free, for example because they have leaned back and the keyboard is ...


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You can add "hugeness" by using the person viewing the artwork as the "ruler"; in other words, you need to play with angles to make the person viewing your art feel small! Instead of making the art viewed at the height of the eyes, you lower this as if the person was small and add an angle upward. The more depth you can add with perspective, the bigger it ...


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The way to capture likeness is not only is the jawline and the shape, but even more in the subtle imperfections that every human has. Amazingly, some asymmetric features are what makes people beautiful too. In other words, your drawing is "too perfect"! I can see in your example that there's some differences in the shapes but even if you would get this ...



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