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    Heir of mediocrity Xyskal's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Person McPerson View Post
    Um the link is just a pic of your RHG.
    That's the point.

    Also I can't draw that well. It's better than anything I could do.


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    But this pic is just awful, an abomination.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Creepin_Bro View Post
    why are his feet randomly floating and sliding?
    Well it doesn't to me, well the only problem is the lines randomly thickening.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Xyskal View Post
    BUt it's less fun that way.
    Then learn how to draw straight lines.

    You've stated your problem, we've given you solutions.

    Your three options are:
    1: Learn how to actually draw a straight line, and practice drawing straight lines.
    2: Start using the line tool to draw straight lines.
    3: Use pivot or some other software where your ability isn't completely dependent on your ability to draw straight lines.
    4: Don't do any, and just somehow hope it magically works out. (This won't happen.)

    It's your time, so do what you want, but it's hard to have sympathy when you aren't taking our suggestions to heart.
    Last edited by Unbounded; 08-22-2016 at 08:56 PM.

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    Heir of mediocrity Xyskal's Avatar
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    I'm going to go with method one. I don't really see how the other two(three?) options are going to help in the long run.
    Also, thank you for the link.


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    I use line tool and brush sometime pencil...I use them......BTW you need to draw the lines more straight using brush.........(If you like to use both(line & brush) just use pencil..BETTER



    I recommend you to use pivot.lol
    Last edited by Mr Michael; 09-02-2016 at 08:57 AM. Reason: I spell 'recomment' wtf man??

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    I share the same sentiment. Line tool is just too boring for my tastes.

    Here's the thing though, you need to have more control with your mouse (I assume you use a mouse) and take more time than usual in drawing your strokes if you want to keep using the brush.

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    An older Abomination. (abomination#0?)

    Abomination #4

    The sword is made by Creepin_Bro. I also don't know how to animate fire.
    It's still fun though.

    I feel like the lines are slightly less squiggly. I also got slightly better at drawing straight lines.


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    Draw with jazza has a pretty good tutorial on how to animate fire.https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=ELwNvq3n_a4
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    I'm not the best animator but I might help you.
    In your tests, I noticed something: it's too thick.


    And you could make 3 lines to avoid the resizing.
    Last edited by ACFH; 10-09-2016 at 10:44 AM.

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