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DRAWING CARTOONS WITH A GRAPHIC TABLET
Graphic tablet exercise

Some time ago that all the cartoons of this blog are made with a graphic tablet. I decided that it was time to change my old method of working: “To draw with a marker, to scan the picture and to retouch with the software”.

And I found that working with a graphic tablet is very:

- ECOLOGICAL: Saving paper is enormous, so you contribute that fewer trees will be cut. Back rests these days where I filled a lot of sheets with doodles.

- PRACTICAL: It’s only question to open the drawing software and to star sketching, until you decide that the picture is good for being published. The best is that you don’t need rubber, white gouache... for deleting errors. The work is very simple. The only thing that you need is to maintain the pulse for the lines doesn’t seem drunk.

To get a good management of the graphic tablet isn’t easy in the beginning. But making some exercises similar that I enclose on the post, in few weeks you will get a good performance.

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