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So I have decided to sell some of my prints. You can check out what I got here:


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Jonathan Torres
Artist | Student | Digital Art
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My name is Jon. I'll keep it simple. I like to paint and hope to one day make a career out of it. I am open to commissions as well. Just let me know (Just nothing explicit, I reserve the right to say "Sorry Bub, I won't paint that.")

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EROCKERTORRES Mar 10, 2014  Student General Artist
Jonathan check this guy out! jonasdero.deviantart.com/
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FaceGrater Mar 11, 2014  Student Digital Artist
Wow, yeah he is super talented.
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FrankAtt Aug 24, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Thank you for the watch =)
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daPatches Jul 27, 2012   General Artist
You still digging that yiynova LCD tablet? Found you were a user through the forms. Thinking of buying it myself (win7, have an intuos now). Figured I'd see if you had any issues yet. Thanks!
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FaceGrater Jul 28, 2012  Student Digital Artist
It depends. The monitor is not as accurate as your tablet is I'm sure. I'd say if you're comfortable with you're tablet and you're ok with looking at the screen but not drawing on it, than you should be ok without it. I like it in a lot of ways and there are a lot of things that still bug me. Like the accuracy and pen pressure settings (they are kind of fickle at times).
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daPatches Jul 30, 2012   General Artist
Yeah this is more of a "I just really want it" type of thing. Not something I need. My Intuos gets me by and I'm pretty used to it, but I tried drawing directly-on-the-screen and now I REALLY want to be able to do it all the time. I played with a friend's ipad and Sketchbook Pro. I HATED drawing on the ipad, but really liked that I could at least see what I was drawing directly. It just felt right, obviously lol. I wouldn't buy a tablet to do it though, so I was looking into Cintiq alternatives ^^. Sice I *am* so used to my Intuos, and it wasn't cheap, I really can't justify a Cintiq (I wouldn't want the small one) but I might be able to justify a knockoff.

Thanks!! Yeah I've read that sometimes people have to re-calibrate them often...
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FaceGrater Jul 30, 2012  Student Digital Artist
Yeah I re calibrate a lot. I mean, it's good and it's bad. Sometimes weird things happen in photoshop and that same problem never happens in painter (but painter would have a whole set of different issues you get used to haha). I'm not regretting the purchase of it of course, just that it's not as good as a cintiq. You ar eright though, cintiqs are just too over priced it's absurd. A lot of companies are coming out with knock offs, I'm sure as time goes on and they start competing more with Wacom, we'll get some more quality tablets on the market for bargain prices.
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