Doll Parts by Polly301

I've started editing. These are my first tubes so I hope they are ok! Enjoy =)
 
PS: I'll keep adding more and more!

15 comments

annette-heathen
Wrote 11 months ago
Thank you for sharing these.

momyrazzi
Wrote three years ago
Thanks for sharing : )

gailwind
Wrote three years ago
Thank you!

lastchance
Wrote three years ago
Thank you for sharing!!!

triciamcmillan
Wrote three years ago
thanks soo much for sharing dear!!!

gena34
Wrote 4 years ago
how generous! thank you SO much. if it weren't for gracious people like you, I wouldn't have anything to make my sets out of... kudos to the 10th degree :)

angie73
Wrote 4 years ago
Thank you for sharing with us!!!!!!

polly301
Wrote 4 years ago
@kaycee99 yeah, that's true, I save them as PNGs and it works perfectly well transparency-wise. They take up more memory than JPEGs but it's worth it since the tubes are much easier to use here! I will look into the brush thing you said, that seems very helpful, thanks!! I work with a mouse and it IS hard! I do not own a tablet or a stylus or anything like that so I must settle for the mouse for now :(

kaycee99
Wrote 4 years ago
I actually use a wacom bamboo pen because I am NOT an artist and I find it much easier to trace the edges with that than my finger or a mouse. Not sure if this helps, but in photoshop, the hardness and roundness of the brush matters. When my brush edge is too hard, it's hard to make true line around the curves. Also, if it's too small or too round. I have played with the settings and found the brush I need. Not sure how tubes work, though. The biggest thing I found is if you want to preserve the transparency, don't save them as JPEGs. I was saving as GIFs, but those can distort and someone just told me to save them as PNGs, which i will try next. If you save them as JPEGs, the transparency gets lost in the custom editing mode and they don't work as tubes. :)

polly301
Wrote 4 years ago
@kaycee99 first of all, thanks!! And yes, it becomes kind of an addiction! lol. Right now I'm using a much simpler program called paint.NET. I'm still trying to figure out some ways to make the edges smoother but practice makes perfect, I guess!

kaycee99
Wrote 4 years ago
Oh, you'd better watch out! Once I started making doll parts, i didn't have time to do sets anymore. :( Are you using photoshop? I have learned a COUPLE of tips from others so if you have any questions, let me know.

polly301
Wrote 4 years ago
@piwakawaka @gailwind @triciamcmillan @kaycee99 Glad you like my tubes!! Hope to see them someday in one of your wonderful sets!

kaycee99
Wrote 4 years ago
Love them!

gailwind
Wrote 4 years ago
Thanks for sharing!!!

piwakawaka
Wrote 4 years ago
Wow - these are marvelous! Thank you for sharing your work!! xoxo

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