So I have a tablet that is sensitive to pressure ;w; the thing is, it won't do as said in your tutorial. it still makes it thick. I do the softish touch and it makes a hard thick line D8> what shoud I do?
It varies on the quality of the tablet and the company. There are tablets sold for around $80 and there are tablets sold for around $1000.
If it's lower than $100, then it's either small or isn't a very good quality tablet. (I bought a huge one for around $90 a few years ago, but it was really bad and broke pretty quickly. I also couldn't get the pressure to work ; n ; )
For a beginner, I guess something below $100 is fine assuming you're not doing anything major.
nice tutorial, this was quite helpful, since i think about getting a graphic tablet myself ^^ i have one question though: is it possible to disable the funktion, that the opacity of the line changes with the pen pressure? i mean, especially for lineart i would probably prefer a constant opacity ^^"
Help. I've tried Sai a few years ago and the lines would be as if made with a real brush (like what you have shown above with a gradient from the start of the stroke to the end... it is shown that the line becomes thinner at the end of the stroke. I know that this also has something to do with tip sensitivity and how hard you press onto the tablet. I use a wacom bamboo as well and long ago, i would get lines like the one's on your image but now, whenever i attempt a stroke, the line would be of even width all through out the stroke no matter how hard or softly i press onto the tablet. I wonder if you have a solution for this.