QUOTE(FullMetal Shrimp @ Apr 2 2006, 08:48 PM) [snapback]373545[/snapback]
Heh... Amazing. They're very good. And I think the eyeball one looks great, and you should finish it! (Even if it is a pain.) If you don't mind me asking, what are materials do you use? All I ever use is a pencil, eraser and paper, but I'm sensing something else that you're using, eh, maybe not. One more thing, what program do you use to make all of this? I've never been able to find a good program, mostly because I'm pretty poor, and that never helps. I hope I'm not wasting any of your time... I just hope that one day I can make awesome pictures and sketches like you do.
For traditional art I use
Ball point pens, Micron pigma 0.30mm, Micron pigma 0.20mm, Micron pigma 1.0mm, lead pencil 0.5mm, Hughes pencil which is a number 2, works rather well to say the least, I love it hehe. Charcoal pencil medium, Loew Cornell 2B and others. Pencil blenders, I forgot what the actual name for it. Colored pencil blender which works good with my water colored prizma pencils, verthin prisma colors, thick led prisma colors. Light weight copy paper and legal sized.
(I buy the thick led prisma colors seperatly and slowley, just so I wont use so much money all at once).
You can find most of these stuff in Michaels or http://www.dickblicks.com
I really dont know about the name...
You can always download photoshopCS and CS 2 in download.com or google it. Trial.
for digital I use
Open Canvas 4.05 , Open canvas 1.1, Photoshop elements 3.0 and 2.0, Wacom tablet 4 6x8, paint, paintchat, and oekaki. (my photoshop CS and CS2 trial and corel painter IX finished *sobs).
Oekaki and paintchat is something that you don't need to buy OR download, you must have java though.
You can find any oekaki on google. Try it for yourself, if you want a specific website PM me or message me on AIM.
Hope that helped!