New feature just landed.https://github.com/desuwa/tegaki
Better than paint, allows you to add another layer
on top for a simple CSP style image editor.
No excuse for not having it when 8chan had this feature on its vichan-kei UI.
maybe you should go to 8chan then
go back there
Go back where?
Go back there
Come back here
you should make it so when I hit "Finish" it auto-populates the image in the file upload box or file url field instead of just opening a new tab to blob:https://kissu.moe/19bb6222-db8f-4449-a3ba-237b7fd1ef87
Gotta get back
Back to the Past
no, I don't want to do that
you can copy paste into them text field and putting into a new tab lets you decide how you want to use it.
if you want to decide how to use it thats what the "export" is for. "finish" should work properly
I don't know, but that's for them to find out. Deal with the jank. it's for the greater good
also copy pasting the link to the text box for file url says "Unknown file extension" when I try to post.
this is why you have actual ui designers for ui and dont let code monkeys design uis
no, you copy paste the image itself
lmao the two JS alert()s in a row for selecting the height and width
agh and the new icon breaks the layout on phone. I guess I'll have to change some parts over the weekend
how was I supposed to figure that out?
if you're going to forsake UX maybe atleast add a tooltip somewhere about how to use the features.
because it's just common knowledge that you can copy paste images into the text field
i fucked up the mouth too....
delete it, pervert
i like where i am
I drew something but it just opened in a new tab...
yeah you gotta copy the image and paste it
or save it
on some (loser) imageboards it will put the image into the file, but I think that's probably not beneficial when putting it into a new tab lets people do more with it
but then what's the point of even having it in the post form.......
lets say you're typing this post, then you realize WOW I have a great idea for another thread, then instead of changing to it, you start making the picture right away and paste it there
but that could just be done offsite anyway. it doesn't matter if the tegaki app is being hosted on kissu or somewhere else. it's actually easier to just open it somewhere else, since doing it here shuts you out of the board page while the app is open, and there's no way to return without finishing or discarding your work.
knew something was off
forgot the eyebrows
It's good. Just wish it had a select function and a way to resize the canvas without starting over. Still think it needs a way to automatically add itself to the post or else that kind of defeats the purpose of it being an "oekaki" program.
MAYBE ILL HOOK IT UP!!!
no, thank YOU, respectable citizen, for this crucial PSA
but her head is wider than her shoulders
width is not just a measurement, it's a ~mode of being~
regularly consistent across time, which vermilio lacks
it's complicated, see >>111498
oh its a drawing of that one-off funny faec
more like overt agressiveness
nice, very nice
admittedly a bit hard to notice
you did that on purpose
Fever and a cold. The fever subsided since yesterday, although it's still there a bit.
Looks good but it doesn't recognize pressure for me
I am on firefox
When you start where and who you learn from will infuence your style.
For example if you look up a tutorial on how to draw thing you will the copy style of the person who made the tutorial. Similarly if you try to copy artists that you like it will be an influence. Copying certainly is a way but before you do it just ask yourself if you want your artstyle to look like this.
Good way to start is drawing your favorite anime characters. And if you find that you have no idea how to draw a certain thing or a bodypart look at pictures by your favorite artist to see how they do it, but try to do it yourself first.
Other people can also point out your mistakes or points to improve.
I certainly understand that it's supposed to be simple, but ability to delete and duplicate layers would be very good.
Lasso tool to select and move things around would be nice.
Ability to add custom colors to pallete would be nice but you can work around not having it.
And ability to change canvas size would expand the possibilities.
Learn construction first and foremost. This means building the subject of your drawing out of basic shapes and then adding the details afterward; drawing the head first and then adding the face and hair on top.
You should also learn by studying. Try and recreate drawings by artists you like step-by-step as you think they might have drawn them. Once you feel confident in your studies, try drawing the characters from your studies in your own poses but as on-model as possible. This hammers home the skills you learned from copying, and also tells you whether the skills are actually sinking in or not.
People will say to study anatomy, and while that's good advice in the long run, in the short term it'll just slow you down. Human anatomy is full of ton of tricky shapes and attempting it before you have a solid grasp of construction is a waste of time.
Hmm, weird. I'm just a guy with a tablet so I can try it out, but I don't know any programming stuff so I could just see if it's limited to you or not.
But, bleh.. drawing tablet is unplugged while I did some monitor testing...
Guess I can test it out later.
Are you on firefox?
If you're asking me (>>118472
), yes. I'm also using an XP Pen tablet, if that helps.
What is some place with many drawfags where I could show my drawings to get tips on how to get better?
As the primagen says... no one is going to be able to teach you. You gotta just want to hone your own vision by striving to immitate the people you consider masters.
its prime time with theprimeagen
The only one I know of is on 4chan, but I'm not sure if it's any good. It's bad to always receive fluffy, non-committal praise, but /ic/ seems to be too far in the other direction. Apart from that, artists seem too scattered.
do people still use conceptart.org forums
edit: apparently not the site is gone noew
I am also on firefox and it also doesn't work here and in some other browser drawing app so maybe firefox just does not support pressure.
Chrome tends to be more ahead of the curve with programmer apis