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Can You Make Artworks You Draw Paper Look Like Artworks You Draw On Computers?

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FolViderox | 15:56 Mon 28th Dec 2020 | Arts & Literature
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What i mean is that things you draw on paper don't have the same colours as the things you draw on drawing softwares and the colours some artworks have. You can use ink and more ways to make things you draw on paper have those colours but that's too much harder to use then pens and pencils. I want to draw with pens and pencils have and then make the artwork look like it's drawn on a computer by using something. Can you do that? What can do that?

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FolVireox. Open Photopshop -'Open' - 'File'- chose your image- 'Filter', you then get a drop down menu from which you have a vast assortment of choices e.g. First is 'Artistic' choose that & get a further drop down, click on any one & you get your image transformed, if you don't like it click 'cancel' & try something else, any you like go 'File' & 'click save',...
08:14 Sun 03rd Jan 2021
Why do you need to? Working by hand using conventional brush/pen methods closest in depth of colour and cover would be gouache if you want the blends and gradations you can get with pixels then inks overlaying base colours might work. Make sure each colour is dry before applying the next. You would get closer to computer graphic style with an airbrush, but it takes ages to master
I have never tried, but I guess what you're looking for is artistic skill.
Surely the whole point of making art is it is a thing that demonstrates humanity.
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Reply to first answer.

What methods is closest in depth of colour and cover? Is it to use pencils when they are new becuase the coulors fade the more you use it or is it to only use it a short time after you opened it?
Fol; you find out by trying things. If you want your work to look like it's drawn on a computer, why not simply draw on a computer? If you haven't got a computer (I presume you have or you wouldn't be here) then you'll have to experiment with your pens and pencils. I can't tell you how to do it, I think you have to discover that yourself. Good luck.
You need Photoshop, scan or photo your drawn/painted picture, open it in photoshop & go to 'filters'
Perhaps the question is being asked in the hope that someone will have the knowledge to answer it.

I have seen artists draw folk or objects that look photographic in the detail but I doubt they're asked why they don't take a photo instead.

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Khandro, what do you after you went to filter? Please answer and you get the best answer.
FolVireox. Open Photopshop -'Open' - 'File'- chose your image- 'Filter', you then get a drop down menu from which you have a vast assortment of choices e.g. First is 'Artistic' choose that & get a further drop down, click on any one & you get your image transformed, if you don't like it click 'cancel' & try something else, any you like go 'File' & 'click save', rename it & will be saved in the file of your original & you can continue with as many variations as you like.
That is only 'artistic' next on filter drop down is 'blur' with its own choices & so on & on.
Have fun !

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