Serif drawplus tutorials
Serif drawplus x6/x8 tutorial – painting
Serif, the UK-based software company behind PhotoPlus, PagePlus, WebPlus, Digital Scrapbook Artist, Affinity Designer, Affinity Picture, and other names, has released DrawPlus, a 2D vector graphics editor and animation software. 1st
DrawPlus offers practical, natural-looking brushes in addition to standard vector drawing tools, allowing users to paint with watercolours, oils, and other media while maintaining vector editing capabilities. DrawPlus can also build Stop frame and Key frame animations, with output to the Adobe Flash swf file format and ActionScript support.
Pressure-sensitive input devices, such as Wacom’s tablet line, are supported by DrawPlus X8 and Starter Edition. Both applications include a Pressure Studio that allows users to calibrate their devices and map functions to the tablet’s supported buttons. DrawPlus allows you to use pressure-sensitive vector lines and brushes to produce a wide range of effects in a variety of media, from manga to painting.
Serif drawplus x6/x8 tutorial – creating logos
a short introduction
Serif drawplus x8 tutorial – discover drawplus
The Pen tool in Serif DrawPlus is the focus of this tutorial. It continues on from the introductory tutorial “Bitmaps and Vectors” – if you haven’t read it yet, you can do so before proceeding, as it lays the groundwork for what’s to come.
This tutorial is subjective since it is based in part on personal preference and working style. It may not be for all, but it may provide a new way to build images in DrawPlus for others. Since drawing is such an important aspect of DrawPlus, something that makes it easier to understand and do, whether it’s tracing around an outline or starting from scratch, can only be a positive thing. This is based on the pen tool in DrawPlus, but the rules apply to the pen tool in Serif PhotoPlus as well (and any vector based tool in image creating software). This is also the method taught when constructing vector lines in other programs if you have the luxury or ability to attend some computer aided drawing course.
Serif drawplus x6/x8 tutorial – pen and pencil drawing
In this lesson, you’ll learn how to use QuickShapes in DrawPlus X6 to create fun and exclusive cartoon characters. This tutorial will walk you through the steps necessary to make a cartoon fish. A fundamental aspect of digital art and animation is the ability to make and manipulate shapes. Before moving on to the next lesson, complete the following tasks.
You’ll learn how to create a scene for a simple keyframe animation in this tutorial. This tutorial will consolidate and expand on most of what you learned in the previous lesson, allowing you to make more advanced graphics.
Serif drawplus x6 tutorial – pen and pencil drawing
I’d like to see your tutorial, as well as a GALLERY for the posh new one done with Affinity Artist, Dominique. Also, do you have the trilogy (Publisher included) because getting all three unlocks the killer ap feature Studio Connection.
I’ve been up since 4:00 a.m., trying to find answers to Dominique’s questions because sleep was eluding me due to chronic knee and back pains… as always, a photo is worth a thousand words… I sincerely hope so!
Sean, I’ll look into your feedback. And I’ll make a tutorial one of the next evenings (my vacation is over, and I’ll be back to work tomorrow). I was able to work from home during the lockdown and never stopped working. Now we return to the office, but in a safe manner).
When all of the shapes are in place, select everything, then right-click, open the “geometry” tab, and select “XOR.” This will combine all of the layers into one, leaving the pieces that are stacked in odd numbers apart. To see what it does, arrange three quick shapes (circles) so that they overlap in the centre (thus you have the middle that will belong to the 3 circles, some areas that will only belong to 2 circles and some parts belonging to only 1 circle). When you use the XOR geometry, you’ll notice that the middle section and the sections that belong to only one circle are still filled, while the areas that belong to only two circles are gone.