2 OpenCanvas Pieces

Just trying out this cool program…
http://www.lemsoft3d.com/images/Art/Hallway.jpg

http://www.lemsoft3d.com/images/Art/gril.jpg

And in case you didn’t know, OpenCanvas is a now-free paint program, which is under 1 MB.

Here’s the thread from which I first discovered it:
https://blenderartists.org/forum/viewtopic.php?t=33116&highlight=

And here are the event files(stroke-by-stroke playbacks of the creation of the peices)
http://www.lemsoft3d.com/images/Art/girl.wpe
http://www.lemsoft3d.com/images/Art/hallway.wpe

C&C are welcome. :slight_smile:

Oh and BTW, I know the second one looks like a MS Paint image, sorry about that. :wink:

Doesn’t work. :frowning:

-Laurifer

What doesn’t work?

Sorry I was unclear. The images do not load. Even when pasting the links to them in the browser, it comes up with an error. Maybe its just me, though.

-Laurifer

It works fine for me.

I like the top image, but not the bottom one. The bottom image strikes me as trying too hard to look anime-esque.

Good job though. Did you do this with a mouse? Drawing with a mouse is painfully difficult.
And have you ever tried the GIMP?

403 Permission Denied
You do not have permission for this request /images/Art/Hallway.jpg

Thats what happens with the link…

Of course I have… :slight_smile:

I like the top image, but not the bottom one. The bottom image strikes me as trying too hard to look anime-esque.

Hmm…I thought so too… Maybe I should try to draw “my own style” next time…

Good job though. Did you do this with a mouse? Drawing with a mouse is painfully difficult.

Yes, I drew it with a mouse. Those darn wacom tablets are too expensive, and they don’t work with the GIMP, correct? :frowning:

Fonix Wircs: hmm… are you directly viewing the page? (ie, no frames, no google translation frames, etc…) I have hotlink protection setup on my site,(I set up elysiun as an exception) I’ll try to put them on photobucket instead.

Works great with the GIMP for me… it just took me forever to get the GIMP working in GNU/Linux.
But yes, my drawings have certainly improved since I got a wacom tablet. One of the first tests I did was make this:
http://dustycloud.org/gfx/goodies/chris_wacom1.jpg
which took me about ten minutes.
(ugh, I should crop that. Anyway, it was just a test.0
But yes, they are expensive.

I’m not sure if wacom support works correctly with the Windows version of the GIMP, however. I use GNU/Linux