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No.918  >>926
Can i get some help rendering translucency manually in traditional art.

Like how the value are placed and so on based on the form and placement in the scene

So far i only know that the color will multiply whatever is behind but then the refraction and caustics comes in and reflection makes it all confusing
¨ No.926  >>970, >>998
I don't know much of anything about traditional art.
Why are you doing traditional art over digital?
I would figure digital art has more rewards in store (as you can mix it with other media)

¨ No.970  >>971
>>926 well it s kinda aching in the eye.
¨ No.971  >>974
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Big if true!
¨ No.974  >>975
¨ No.975
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Good guess!
¨ No.998  >>999, >>1013
>>926 also it s not. Fooling around the same circle makes it as good as doing on paper. In fact i get more on paper so by knowing and apply the theory i d consider my work complete.
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¨ No.1013  >>1038, >>1613
I can see how one would enjoy the merits of traditional art more.
I just think that digital art is more versatile.
You can take the digital art you make and then make a Visual Novel to sell out of them!

I don't know.
When I think about the art I want to make, I think about how can I create something that resonates easily and effectively.

¨ No.1038  >>1039
>>1013 well it's not that topic i guess. the same way people tell you to learn anatomy by picking a book or really observe, i guess i m just trying to get a better, more in depth understamding on rendering translucency? because i cant quite feel it out
¨ No.1039
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Definitely yes!
¨ No.1613  >>1614, >>1615
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There are some aesthetics with traditional art that are easier to achieve. Like how in old anime they could achieve very bright looking light easily because it was literal light shining through the glass.

I have never found a pencil brush that actually looked to me like I was taking notes with an actual pencil on paper.
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¨ No.1615
This has been recreated. My friend is used this method in a short animation he made.

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