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FireFryXx
post Oct 29 2019, 03:53 PM

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Guys.. need advice
How to tune screen colour on laptop so when tranfer to phone the colour remain the same

First photo is before editing the colour contra ect.. 2nd is after. Actually on laptop screen the colour was like very bright and no need to edit

But later upload on phone, colour become dull 😂 why have problem like this aa?


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ukapaka
post Oct 29 2019, 07:44 PM

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QUOTE(FireFryXx @ Oct 29 2019, 03:53 PM)
Guys.. need advice
How to tune screen colour on laptop so when tranfer to phone the colour remain the same

First photo is before editing the colour contra ect.. 2nd is after. Actually on laptop screen the colour was like very bright and no need to edit

But later upload on phone, colour become dull 😂 why have problem like this aa?
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Most likely display calibration issues. Happens all the time.

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post Oct 29 2019, 09:51 PM

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Yup, it's a pain if you're using multiple monitors. Just trust the monitor with better color accuracy and ignore the latter.

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ukapaka
post Oct 30 2019, 11:18 AM

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QUOTE(drpsyko @ Oct 29 2019, 09:51 PM)
Yup, it's a pain if you're using multiple monitors. Just trust the monitor with better color accuracy and ignore the latter.

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Yes. Also don't worry too much about it. Other people phone/display might not be as accurate too.

Btw. Very nice art.
FireFryXx
post Oct 30 2019, 11:47 AM

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QUOTE(ukapaka @ Oct 29 2019, 07:44 PM)
Most likely display calibration issues. Happens all the time.
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it's a hassle la

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post Oct 30 2019, 11:49 AM

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QUOTE(drpsyko @ Oct 29 2019, 09:51 PM)
Yup, it's a pain if you're using multiple monitors. Just trust the monitor with better color accuracy and ignore the latter.

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I will try to ignore unsure.gif
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post Nov 6 2019, 08:33 AM

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QUOTE(FireFryXx @ Oct 30 2019, 11:49 AM)
I will try to ignore  unsure.gif
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Late to see this but normally laptop doesn't have good enough screen for digital art unless you paid more for a high end laptop. You can try to hook up a secondary monitor with better colour accuracy to the laptop and use that to draw instead. From what I've seen it's usually the red colour that was affected the most by low quality screen.
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post Nov 10 2019, 02:21 AM

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Hi guys hope it is ok I ask this here? I am new to art.
Wta I see all the artist i am learning from on YouTube use Photoshop CC, and I hear them say they are paying usd10 a month to use it. But how come when I go to the Adobe website and click on the Photoshop option it says rm93 per month? I was expecting it to be rm50 max after converting. Is this the wrong option? Bcs I can only find this Photoshop plan on the website but the artist I am watching are using Photoshop CC?
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post Nov 11 2019, 04:25 AM

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QUOTE(RiriRuruRara @ Nov 10 2019, 02:21 AM)
Hi guys hope it is ok I ask this here? I am new to art.
Wta I see all the artist i am learning from on YouTube use Photoshop CC, and I hear them say they are paying usd10 a month to use it. But how come when I go to the Adobe website and click on the Photoshop option it says rm93 per month? I was expecting it to be rm50 max after converting. Is this the wrong option? Bcs I can only find this Photoshop plan on the website but the artist I am watching are using Photoshop CC?
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I think it was the old payment structure. Now they pretty much force you to pay for CC service. They purposely make single app sub unappealing.


Anyhoo, I just ordered XP-Pen Deco Pro Medium. It's on sale for RM339.
I used to draw using mouse + Paint.NET like years ago.
Wanna take a stab at digital art again.
I love POSCA pens arts, but the damn thing is too damn expensive.

Hopefully can emulate the effect digitally.
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post Nov 12 2019, 09:15 PM

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QUOTE(nightshade_nova @ Nov 11 2019, 04:25 AM)
I think it was the old payment structure. Now they pretty much force you to pay for CC service. They purposely make single app sub unappealing.
Anyhoo, I just ordered XP-Pen Deco Pro Medium. It's on sale for RM339.
I used to draw using mouse + Paint.NET like years ago.
Wanna take a stab at digital art again.
I love POSCA pens arts, but the damn thing is too damn expensive.

Hopefully can emulate the effect digitally.
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Hi may i know from where did you buyt your digital drawing pad? I feel warranty for these thing will be a problem, since there is no shop around, you got to trust some online seller to help you in future if there any problems? Thats why i am saving money for a ipad pro, any problem just sent back to the shop.
Also may i know what software do you use for your drawings?
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post Nov 12 2019, 09:26 PM

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QUOTE(RiriRuruRara @ Nov 12 2019, 09:15 PM)
Hi may i know from where did you buyt your digital drawing pad? I feel warranty for these thing will be a problem, since there is no shop around, you got to trust some online seller to help you in future if there any problems? Thats why i am saving money for a ipad pro, any problem just sent back to the shop.
Also may i know what software do you use for your drawings?
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Wacom is always a good idea if you're willing to pay. They have an office in Malaysia and their products are durable

As for the software, I mainly use Clip Studio Paint

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post Nov 12 2019, 10:10 PM

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QUOTE(RiriRuruRara @ Nov 10 2019, 02:21 AM)
Hi guys hope it is ok I ask this here? I am new to art.
Wta I see all the artist i am learning from on YouTube use Photoshop CC, and I hear them say they are paying usd10 a month to use it. But how come when I go to the Adobe website and click on the Photoshop option it says rm93 per month? I was expecting it to be rm50 max after converting. Is this the wrong option? Bcs I can only find this Photoshop plan on the website but the artist I am watching are using Photoshop CC?
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If you want Photoshop CC, you can sign up for the Creative Cloud Photography plan instead (mine is RM44.41 per month). It's much cheaper than the single app license.

For Wacom drawing tablet, you can get them from computer shops like ALL IT Hypermarket. They usually have stocks there.
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post Nov 13 2019, 09:58 AM

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QUOTE(RiriRuruRara @ Nov 12 2019, 09:15 PM)
Hi may i know from where did you buyt your digital drawing pad? I feel warranty for these thing will be a problem, since there is no shop around, you got to trust some online seller to help you in future if there any problems? Thats why i am saving money for a ipad pro, any problem just sent back to the shop.
Also may i know what software do you use for your drawings?
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I'm risking it with warranty. tongue.gif
I got mine from Lazada's XP-Pen's shop. I think they are the official store cos the price is pretty much the same with the online sale for the official store (timing of sales too).
Just that the warranty gonna be a hassle cos they don't have XP-Pen Malaysia here.

I'll let you know once my item arrive and if I have any problems.
I'm getting a non-wacom cos the price is a fraction of Wacom's equivalent.
The tradeoff is of course, probably won't last as long. But I reckon by the time it stops working, I already used it enough to need an upgrade.

I'm still undecided with what software to use. Like I said, I used to use Paint.NET lol. Back in my days, that was the only option for free painting software.
Now have Krita, Paint tool sai, medibang pro, clip paint studio.

I heard medibang pro is decent.


Did you know that there was a "free" Adobe CS2 in 2013? laugh.gif

https://blogs.adobe.com/conversations/2013/...on-servers.html

They pulled the plug in December 2013.
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post Nov 26 2019, 11:40 PM

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My latest art, trying out manga style and some perspective
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Could use some critiques though
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post Nov 29 2019, 05:29 AM

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I like contemporary art in all its forms. Even if you don't understand what is going on, you can always open yourself up to new experiences and at least get to know the way other people look at the world. Watching this posts, I found a lot of interesting ideas that are really commendable. It's nice that in our pragmatic time people find the strength and mood to create something beautiful. I wish I could create such interesting things. But in any case I will observe your creativity and get inspiration.
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post Dec 16 2019, 09:32 AM

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All the art here very nice. You all have good talent
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post Jan 19 2020, 09:44 PM

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hiii, first time posting here in this thread, I do digital art as a hobby, want to know more Malaysian artist too

I draw humans, pokemons, animals and fantasy creatures

haha I want to share my art but all images are too big, lazy to measure to resize with img bbcode
Any recommendation on how to share image if it's too big?

Also am I allowed to post external link to my arts? (They are on Deviantart)

Have one recent art that is small enough to post in spoiler haha
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post Feb 8 2020, 11:59 PM

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Portrait studies
Model - Byun Jungha

Heavily inspired by Shinkiro and Jungon Kim style.

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ling ling rox
post Mar 4 2020, 02:18 PM

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QUOTE(dyp @ Feb 8 2020, 11:59 PM)
Portrait studies
Model - Byun Jungha

Heavily inspired by Shinkiro and Jungon Kim style.

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Beautiful. Love your style smile.gif
ling ling rox
post Mar 4 2020, 02:21 PM

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QUOTE(EternalFyre413 @ Jan 19 2020, 09:44 PM)
hiii, first time posting here in this thread, I do digital art as a hobby, want to know more Malaysian artist too

I draw humans, pokemons, animals and fantasy creatures

haha I want to share my art but all images are too big, lazy to measure to resize with img bbcode
Any recommendation on how to share image if it's too big?

Also am I allowed to post external link to my arts? (They are on Deviantart)

Have one recent art that is small enough to post in spoiler haha
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Maybe you can resize your art before posting. If it is below 4mb you can upload with the forum's default uploader Pictr (it will resize automatically to fit the screen) Hope it helps, good job, keep making art and keep posting! smile.gif

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