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    eejits

    Many thanks! Glad ya like it George
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    eejits

    Ay oh!! How's ya been? Have you met the latest eejit in the galley? A little wee creature who's always looking to the stars and wondering.... Meet eejitus wee dreameeium Enjoy, George
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    eejits

    Hahaha! Brilliant! Nearly made me spit my coffee out! George
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    eejits

    Eeeeew! Hahahahaha! George
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    Can you believe it?!?! There's a brand new eejit now available for your peepers to enjoy! Say hello to eejitus waaaaarghius - A creature that screeches at the slightest thing, be it intruders in its home or your granny's moustache!! George
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    eejits

    Ah Peter, nice find. I'd love to say that I have worked on that but alas I have not. Still dragging my feet on doing anything meaningful.....grr. George
  7. Hi guys, Recently, AD has been behaving strangely. I'll be working away when the tools become unresponsive (although I can switch tools, they don't work as they should). The node tool doesn't behave well when trying to select mulitple nodes. Entering a txt value into the stroke with via the keyboard doesn't work - entering in say '3' changes the last created item to 30% opacity (the slider in the stroke profile/dialog box does work though). The first thing I notice when this happens is the cursor doesn't change after selecting a new tool or trying to enter text. A quick fix is to switch between documents if I have more than one open or shut down & restart AD. This is happening with any document I have opened or created, so it's not file specific. Any ideas what is going on? I'm not using any Betas and am running the latest version of the MAS. I'm not too sure but this might have started happening after the lastest update to MacOS High Sierra. Cheers, George
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    Ohhh My Strawberry Monkey

    Yeah, I feel exactly the same way. If you are able to create a quality product, then why not have all the control and market it & sell it yourself. Of course, it's a lot, lot harder but the rewards are greater, I feel. Been the same way with my card game and if I ever do books, I'll travel the same path as yourself. Inspiring stuff. Keep going loon! George (Bit o' Gary Vee coming out o' ye there!)
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    Ohhh My Strawberry Monkey

    Good luck though. At least it IS heading in the right direction. How you getting on with publishing? Do you have a publisher? Yeah, I'd love to get a 'wee eejits' series out. Plenty o' characters in my sketchbook to work with (I did start something alooong time ago) but I struggle with the stories/format/ideas. All the best my friend, George
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    eejits

    Thanks Mandu, If I was better, I could probably use the Pencil tool in combination with my Cintiq but unfortunately my hand isn't that steady for smooth black lines. I'm not sure what you mean about being unable to edit paths/curves. I tweak the lines using the Node Tool all the time. I can also erase bits of lines away (well, it's more like using masking but the end result is the same). It's not a bad workflow once you get used to it. It could be better but I'm getting on great with it. Thanks again for the comments though, it's always great to talk shop with other like-minded individuals. George
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    Ohhh My Strawberry Monkey

    Excellent work loon! Glad to see it taking hold and strating to gain traction. Well deserved....! George
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    eejits

    Thank you! All the lines are done seperatly with the pen tool. All the colours are shapes (in a layer under the lines usually), plotted to fit the character and the lines. Then I use Pixel layers inside each of the shapes to 'paint' the shadows/highlights/textures, etc. Hope that helps, George
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    eejits

    Haha! Yeah you're right of course, but he doesn't have any fins/flippers/swimmy bits either. So who knows?!?!? Cheers! George
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    Meet eejitus narwallyius: a fish (whale?) outta water. Was happily swimming in the ocean till his mum told him to nip out and get something for tea! George
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    eejits

    I know, I know.... hence why there's not many takers! Thanks for commenting (as always) Alfred, George
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