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Drawing with Mouse by ROSEL-D Drawing with Mouse by ROSEL-D
Someone asked me about it before, so I thought I'd share it :iconlachoirplz:
This is what I do when I draw using mouse, before I got a tablet :XD:
I hope it is understandable ^^

I don't know if there's something much easier than this, If yes, I wanna know it :la:

I used Belarus-chan in the drawing because I like her :XD:
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Hetalialuvr13 Jan 8, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
:iconlachoirplz: THIS IS SO HELPFUL THANK YOU SO MUCH!!
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Aschiee Dec 29, 2013  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
okay let me try that

so just do the sketch... 

and then trace... 

and then add details... 

and then color and rage and fail and give up and continue drawing traditionally.

got it! c: 
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Lover-Of-Vampires Dec 20, 2013  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Oh thank the Lord for you. By goodness, I've always wanted to get into digital art, but never managed to get them to look right. I also hadn't wanted to spend $200 on a tablet that I wasn't sure I'd like. You have mentioned using this before having gotten a tablet. Might I ask which kind you have? I was told Wacoms are pretty good, but I'm not sure if any cheaper or perhaps better ones exist.
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LexiSmiles Dec 20, 2013  Hobbyist Artist

I just happen to be looking at this drawing (I was amazed that this is done with a mouse!) and saw your comment.

Wacoms are awesome and cheap! Mine was only $89 and it works wonderfully!

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Lover-Of-Vampires Dec 20, 2013  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Seriously? I went to the website for them a while back and only managed to find ones in the $150-$200 range. Thanks for the reply though. ^_^ May have to look around a bit for one. Another question though, should you not mind. A friend of mine had mentioned that it takes a lot of getting used to as you look at a computer screen while using the tablet to draw, is it pretty easy to adjust to do you remember? Sorry for all the questions, just don't want to buy one and have it not work out.
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LexiSmiles Dec 20, 2013  Hobbyist Artist

I just started using it in September and then went to fully digital about 6 weeks ago =)

It took a bit of getting used to, but it's super easy now. I don't even think about it!

Hmmm, I went to look it up online for you and it's not on the Wacom sight anymore,

but I have Wacom Capture. It works for everything for me and was really cheap when it was full price.

Maybe Amazon or Ebay might have it?

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Lover-Of-Vampires Dec 20, 2013  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Oh good idea, hadn't thought of that. And thanks so much for letting me know, most appreciated. :D
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LexiSmiles Dec 20, 2013  Hobbyist Artist

No Problem!! =D

It'll be hard and frustrating at first, coloring comes easiest, then sketching, then the line art comes later.

=)

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Lover-Of-Vampires Dec 20, 2013  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Ah yes, just like paper and pencil art was for me to begin with. It'll be fun to play around with when I get one. ^_^ Found the Capture on Amazon as per your suggestion. Hope you'll have a great Christmas, and may God bless you. :)
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LexiSmiles Dec 20, 2013  Hobbyist Artist

Exactly! (I draw traditionally as well)

Thank you! Same to you as well =)

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