Showcase-Sunday: Shaded

in hive-156509 •  3 months ago 


Well just in time for me getting triggered about cross posting and reposting in my last post, guess's Sunday! So, it's time for #showcase-sunday! This time around I'll be sharing one of the first paintings I ever shared here on Steem, something like post number three or four, something around there.

In this painting I was having a brief affair with Corel Painter. The brush system is really different from Photoshop and while there are some features I love, I could never get past all the UI/UX stuff that I hate.


Colors blend together in a much more natural way in Painter and it feels a lot more like actual paint. Photoshop eventually introduced the Mixer Brush, but it still never really felt like paint. I think they made some updates to it, but I have yet to play around with it. Maybe I'll do that today.


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I'm sure I'll catch up with the trigger post eventually XD

I'm trying to remember when I started following you, I seem to remember this one but at the same time not really but I'll just attribute that to the deviant brain XD

I like mixer brushes (granted Krita mixer brushes, I have no idea how they compare to Photoshop brushes) but it doesn't really feel like paint, which suits me as I was never good at paint anyway ^_^;

Maybe you should have a signature/snippet/thing for your posts for OCA? :D

I definitely should get a signature, snippet thing, I've been too lazy about that. I want to make a cool animated gif one of these days.

very beautiful...

you mean if I re-post some of my older stuff from 2 years ago, that "jaguar creep" won't bounce on it right away?
btw, what makes you a "real person" - like website and/or another social network with a profile? I looked at twitter and got a circle back reference to Steemit. Just asking.

I can't control what other people do. Maybe he will jump on it. He might jump on an image of a cat if you post it I dunno. Also, I'm not a real person, I'm somewhere between a bot and an alien :)