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So I'm having an issue with my tablet's pressure sensitivity which looks something like this:



I can't get a smooth line like I used to. Obviously I don't want my brush strokes to look like they have nipples and the lack of control is causing me a lot of frustration. My workflow has sadly adapted to adjusting the wacom tablet properties 'firmness' slider whenever I switch to different types of brushes or different levels of detail, and I'm out of luck if I want a smooth tapered line with any of the generic brushes.

I have an Intuos 3 and I'm using Windows 8 and Photoshop CC, although I experience the same issue in CS6 as well. I've yet to really test it in any other software, so I'm not sure if this is a Photoshop exclusive thing.

Has anyone else encountered this issue and/or know how to fix it?
Avyeian for Chirpy-Chi by Firequill
Avyeian for Chirpy-Chi
This is one of Chirpy-Chi's Avyeians! They sent me a bunch of Club Nintendo PINs, so I drew this in exchange. :D

I hope you like it!!

Avyeians © :iconchirpy-chi:
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Does anyone have any Nintendo games/consoles with unredeemed Club Nintendo PINs you're not planning on using?? The Club Nintendo service is shutting down pretty soon so it's "get as many coins to redeem for as many last minute prizes as possible" time! I'll do a character doodle for you if you send any my way.

If you have a console serial # to donate or your game PINs add up to like 150+ coins, I'll do a full colour (single character, very simple textured background) piece because that'a a lot of Club Nintendo coins!

If you don't mind donating PINs to me, feel free to send me a note with PINs and a link to a picture of the character you want me to doodle. THAAANKS!

I'll probably keep this up through March until PINs are no longer redeemable, but I'll update you all if I retire before then. I rarely ever offer to do art even as commissions, so now's a good chance to grab something from me! :D
Peggersauce by Firequill
Peggersauce
I drew a flying type horse! Woooaaahhhh! Whether or not I’ll colour it is a mystery to all! : D

It’s nice to finally upload something that actually represents my current skill level a little better than all the doodles I’ve done when I’ve had a spare minute. 
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That was fun, thanks. Tune in for more exciting misadventures in social networking sometime at some point.
So I'm having an issue with my tablet's pressure sensitivity which looks something like this:



I can't get a smooth line like I used to. Obviously I don't want my brush strokes to look like they have nipples and the lack of control is causing me a lot of frustration. My workflow has sadly adapted to adjusting the wacom tablet properties 'firmness' slider whenever I switch to different types of brushes or different levels of detail, and I'm out of luck if I want a smooth tapered line with any of the generic brushes.

I have an Intuos 3 and I'm using Windows 8 and Photoshop CC, although I experience the same issue in CS6 as well. I've yet to really test it in any other software, so I'm not sure if this is a Photoshop exclusive thing.

Has anyone else encountered this issue and/or know how to fix it?

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Mayosha
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Canada
Dear, sweet, lovely World,

I'm a mostly-digital-occasionally-traditional artist person who went to school at Think Tank Training Centre to learn the ways of 3D animationsmithery and is now working as some kind of motion capture magician at Animatrik Film Design!

All the 2D art stuff though is self-taught through [NEVER ENOUGH!!!11] hours of practice, reading, checking out online tutorials and so on and et cetera. I've drawn things since forever, but the interest only really started barrelling down a more serious path when I learned about how to use construction lines and other Drawing Techniques of Amazement™ when I was 13 or so. But even then, I didn't understand the value of studying from life and photos until my latter teens, WHICH IS A BIT SILLY. I like art because I like the idea of being able to capture images in your imagination in a way you can share with others. And also because studying shape/anatomy and colour is like figuring out a weird puzzle where you imagine a 3D object but try to express it convincingly in 2D!

I also enjoy web design and programmy things and have had some good masochistic fun trying to make games in Flash, but I'm probably not going to pursue that much further than I have already unless I'm struck with irresistible urge or the condition known as 'Surplus Time'.

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Lunaveon Featured By Owner Nov 27, 2014
Happy Birthday, apparently~
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SilverWolfi Featured By Owner Nov 27, 2014
Happy birthday! :)
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Ankaiith Featured By Owner Nov 27, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Happy Birthday! :heart:
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NinShroom Featured By Owner Feb 27, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
Official Fresh Bread Sniffer. Yes. I approve. XD
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Cheyenne-Rose Featured By Owner Feb 5, 2014  Hobbyist Writer
thanks for the :llama:
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ZeraLintarii Featured By Owner Nov 28, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Happy Late Birthday! 
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Firequill Featured By Owner Nov 28, 2013   Digital Artist
Hehe, thank you! :P
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oblee Featured By Owner Nov 27, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Happy birthday!
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Firequill Featured By Owner Nov 27, 2013   Digital Artist
Thank you! :D
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Happy Birthday! :D
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