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>> No.7196869 [View]
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So you already have a PC, I reckon? Get at least 8GB of ram, you don't need a fucking NASA computer to run painting software. Any low budget pc can run the few main painting softwares out there. You just need 8GB of ram at least. Get another monitor, you need two screens one for your drawing and the other for reference and any other shit. You don't need a "Good" graphic card, if you don't have one already, get the cheapest one, if you need. I had to get a Graphic-Card bacause I wanted to add a couple more monitors. But the integrated graphic card was more than enough to run Photoshop. So see yourself.

Then you just need a MEDIUM sized screenless digital tablet (preferably wacom to be safe on quality), and finally download Krita (free photoshop-SAI), and start grinding to the top of the art world. There you go.
Recommendation, stick over your tablet a clear sheet of plastic to protect the surface of the tablet and to avoid your nibs to run out in a blink of an eye. Just like that anon did on picrel.
Screenless have a hard learning curve, but you will get used to it, if you can't go through that you won't make it anyways. It's a good test of will.
Screen tablets are expensive shit and come with extra issues you didn't expected. Start with a screenless. Get good at that first.

>> No.7192819 [View]
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Like this i guess

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