Pen Tool Video Tutorial
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Adobe Photoshop CS III
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Thanks, so helpful!
This will be helpful one day
Y so many comments?!
What an awesome tutorial! One question though: My lines (when I select "simulate pressure") end up being way, way thick in the middle and super thin at the ends. Are there any particular settings that you lean towards to avoid this, and get a more naturally tapered line?
Yep! If you play with your minimum diameter and set it to around 50%, you get a much more balanced line! >w<
This has to be shared!
Thank you so much! The pen tool has confused me for aaaaages, and thanks to you I'll be able to draw much smoother lineart :3 this is so helpful <3
too small... cant see art...
While I'm used with the pen tool in Illustrator, I'd never thought you could the same in Photoshop. Thank you very much for this tutorial!
I'm not really sure about how to get my settings right, as it looks pretty different in PS6. Could you describe what they'd be called to get the same settings as in this tutorial?
Sure! The actual toolbox icon should be set to Pen Tool. (Not freeform or anything like that.) The two buttons at the top are Paths and Pen Tool. :3
I'm pretty stuck with this tutorial, I CTRL and drag into a curve and it blacks out as a half circle- what am I doing wrong?
You need to change your settings. Check out the first image in the tutorial and make sure your settings are identical to the ones circled. :3
Holy cow that's useful.
I sincerely thank you posting this tutorial; it is proving instrumental.
Unfortunately, that program does not support any form of the pen tool. D: I'm sorry!
This is really informative! Thanks!
Now I have one idea of how to use the pen tool, thanks a lot for this tutorial
This is probably the single most useful tutorial I have seen so far on DA. Thank you for this - it's going to help A LOT.
thank you so much for sharing!~ this helped me out a lot
This is wonderfully helpful. Thank you. Hopefully this will solve the problem of messy linearts.
This is great! I always wondered how people made such perfect lines. . .Thank you so much for the wonderful tutorial!
thanks that helped a lot