Dimirag's Drawings

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Re: Dimirag's Drawings

Post Mon May 06, 2013 9:00 am

You're quite welcome :) I hope Smoot or Solo sees this as I really do want to see your Gelatinous Cube and other pieces in R78/3rd Edition (since Shonuff is still MIA).
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Re: Dimirag's Drawings

Post Mon May 06, 2013 12:17 pm

Sadly my ink isn't as good as Shonuff's, but I'll be glad if that happens, I'll see if I do some more drawings using a better ink.
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Re: Dimirag's Drawings

Post Mon May 06, 2013 12:19 pm

Dimirag wrote:Sadly my ink isn't as good as Shonuff's, but I'll be glad if that happens, I'll see if I do some more drawings using a better ink.
They are good. Solo would be the one to make this stuff get into the core rules.
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Re: Dimirag's Drawings

Post Thu May 09, 2013 7:21 am

All I need to get a pic into the Core Rules is a 300 dpi scan (or an image at least 975 pixels wide) in my email box with the proper attribution (the name you want in the credits) plainly identified. If I already have all that in my email box (not on the forum, not in my private messages, but in my actual email), and the art is of acceptable quality, I'll get it seen to.

The only image in this thread that I don't feel is up to snuff is the fire salamander, as I've mentioned to you privately before. All the rest are gold. I think the only problem with the salamander is that you haven't spent enough time looking at snakes; a creature having only two front legs and a serpentine body is going to move (and rest) almost exactly like a snake.
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Re: Dimirag's Drawings

Post Thu May 09, 2013 10:29 am

Ill see if i can change the pics formats, yeah the salamander is a proto, sadly my pc is broken so I can't upload any new version... ASAP I'll start reformating the pics and send them to you.

BTW: I really have little knowledge about image formats so if anybody wants to give me a hand I'll really apreciate it.
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Re: Dimirag's Drawings

Post Thu May 09, 2013 4:42 pm

Woohoo gonna get to see your drawing in 3rd Edition! :)

If you go ahead and re-scan the images at 300DPI jpg that should be good to send via email to Solo. He'll worry about re-sizing and fitting into the document. Most scanners usually scan by default at 70-100DPI; let us know what model scanner you have, OS, etc. and we'll help you out!
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Re: Dimirag's Drawings

Post Thu May 09, 2013 9:14 pm

Also, when scanning black and white images, don't choose "Black and White" in your scanner settings. Always use grayscale. If you scan in B&W, every pixel on the paper is scanned as either "black" or "white" which makes the image look rough and jagged.
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Re: Dimirag's Drawings

Post Fri May 10, 2013 7:54 am

I always scan in grayscale, b&W really screw the drawings, I'll start rescanning ASAP.
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Re: Dimirag's Drawings

Post Wed Jul 09, 2014 2:51 pm

Bog Crone for the Field Guide (Scanned at 1200 dpi)
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Re: Dimirag's Drawings

Post Wed Jul 09, 2014 4:38 pm

Excellent, grabbing for R7; at first I thought it was too small but when I did a test-insert it's fine.
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