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Paige Clone Painting by coreyh2
www.twitch.tv/coreyh2/c/471826…

Easy and fun :)

Didn't record it all. There was some photoshop stuff and some blocking out stuff that I didn't record.

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Sol-Caninus Featured By Owner 4 days ago   Traditional Artist
Hey, Corey.  How do you go about Un-Zipping zipped programs?  Do you use 7-Zip?  If so, what protocol do you use?  (i.e. extract, extract here, extract to . . ., etc.)  I have done this before, though not often enough. 

I recently used extract here.  Now I have a program sitting in my downloads folder, instead of where it should be - wherever that is supposed to be.  Can you give me some pointers on protocol?

BTW- I googled it, so I have some ideas of what to expect.  I know better than to just ask without laying a foundation by researching.  Hehe. 
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coreyh2 Featured By Owner 2 days ago  Hobbyist General Artist
I use 7-zip, it'll do 7z along with rar

programs don't actually have to go anywhere. If it didn't come with a installer and you can run it you can put it wherever. I think the programs folder in vista and up has some usage limits but I'm not an expert. I have programs in my download folder because I'm lazy. If it doesn't have an installer you can remove it it by just deleting it also.
www.howtogeek.com/129178/why-d…
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Sol-Caninus Featured By Owner 2 days ago   Traditional Artist
I read the articles you linked, which explained the difference in the two program folders.  But it created a lot of questions, too.

Anyway, I'll keep playing with it until I figure it out.   
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Sol-Caninus Featured By Owner 4 days ago   Traditional Artist
Hello Corey.  I found a program this week that you might be interested in, if you don't already know about it.  It's called CARAPACE.  It's for creating perspective grids to put an image in perspective.  I blogged about it this week's journal.  the link for it is there. 

There are a few other digital resources I listed, too.  You're probably way ahead of me on them, as on CARAPACE, but if not, another program you might be interested in is LAZYNEZUMI, a PS line stabilization plug-in.  I think it would be useful for digital inking.
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coreyh2 Featured By Owner 2 days ago  Hobbyist General Artist
thanks for the links

I have a artist acquaintance who uses LAZYNEZUMI because she has shaky hands because of a medical condition.

Manga Studio has that sort of thing built in but in a less configurable/complex way. Its made for inking so you are right.
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