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Trying to do a set of this creepy women. 
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Started this a while ago and only just got around to finishing it.
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Hello, everyone.

Here is something I'm working on. A lunch break at a repair shop.

I have not been posting in a while but I'm always lurking around and following what people are working on.

Tell me your thoughts! Thanks. 
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concept of futuristic vehicle :)
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Hello friends! It has been a while, I have been so busy with work no time. So when I travel I carry around an old fashioned sketchbook (highly recommend for those who cannot afford the ipad pro lol).

Some sketches I've been doing. Miss you guys. I see a lot of familiar faces getting so much better at their craft and I see a lot of new faces too, so welcome!
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2/21/17
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Hey all, hope everyone's doing well :)

I've got 2 photo reference packs on my gumroad that are 100% free. Japan and the American West. They've been there for a while but since I'm new to this community you probably didn't know they existed until now, which is why I'm sharing.

https://gumroad.com/fitzfactor

When I used to use gimp instead of Photoshop I would shift click and it had a guide for where my line was going to be after clicking so it was easy to make the line level. when I shift in Photoshop with the brush there is no line to show me where my line will be before i press down with the stylus. Does anyone know if there is an option in Photoshop to fix this?

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Hey, I saw this video and wondered how the guy was flipping through his custom shapes with hotkeys, and I saw his comment in the video. The regular way is clumsy as the bracket keys used for this are on the wrong side of the keyboard, so I devised this workaround. Pasted what I wrote in the comments on the video.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Vm0Fk0jFRz4


Here's a workaround to using keybinds you want for previous and next custom shape, also works to use the same keys for previous and next brush. For Windows, not sure how this works on Macs.

I had been looking for a way to have hotkeys for previous and next shape, and your one reply here had me searching online for a way to access or rebind the bracket keys, and there is no way, other than with a quite simple workaround with free software Autohotkey.

I have been using the hotkeys q,w to decrease/increase brush size, and hotkeys a,d for previous/next brush. I want to be able to flip through my custom shapes with either keys q,w or a,d but there is no way to do this inside Photoshop. You can find the decrease, increase, previous, next brush commands in the keybind options, but nothing else.

English keyboards alone seem to have the bracket keys, and I found out that in my keyboard mode, Finnish, no keys correspond to the bracket keys [ ] and same seems to be true for several languages. If I switch to EN keyboard mode, by pressing shift + Lalt, the keys å and ¨ work as the bracket keys, and they flip through custom shapes and brushes as they should, but these keys are on the wrong side of the keyboard, so thats just not good enough for me.

The only solution to this is to use Autohotkey, because the bracket key command seems to be one of the system binds in Photoshop that can't be altered in any way, since one can't even find the action they produce from the keybind options. So what Autohotkey does, with this simple script that you paste in, is when I press "a" it sends to Photoshop a command that says [, and "d" sends ].

In Photoshop, go to edit, keyboard shortcuts, tools, scroll down until you see previous, next brush. Assign [ to previous and ] to next brush, and accept.

Download Autohotkey, and on desktop, for example, right click and create a new .Ahk file. Right click that, edit, paste in

#IfWinActive, ahk_class OWL.DocumentWindow
a::[
d::]

Save the document, close, right click the document, compile, then double click to run it. Now the script only works when a document windon within Photoshop is in the focus, so you don't need to worry about hopping to internet and wanting to type with a, d keys etc. And you can replace a, d keys with any you want, as long as they're not in use by Photoshop.

So, another condition for this to work is to have the EN keyboard mode active. For me it seems to automatically switch back to FI(finnish) when I lose focus from Photoshop, when I pressed shift + Lalt in Photoshop to switch to EN. You can see the mode on bottom right next to the icons.

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This is my quick sketch for this months challenge, crit would be appreciated on composition and design
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Second (left) and first attempt at designing a full plate-samurai hybrid armor, in the second one I spent a lot more time actually gathering references on Pinterest 
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