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ChuddmasterZero
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lionman0812 Featured By Owner Jul 26, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
awesome art!
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Reldin-pq Featured By Owner Apr 23, 2014
Happy birthday!
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ChuddmasterZero Featured By Owner Apr 24, 2014  Professional Digital Artist
Thanks!
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tkfuzzkid Featured By Owner Mar 21, 2014
Check out my journal post, if you might be interested in a job:
tkfuzzkid.deviantart.com/journ…
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Platyadmirer Featured By Owner Feb 16, 2014  Student General Artist
Hey, I have a question for you! What program do you use or how do you keep the picture from getting fuzzy as you zoom in because I was looking at your dragon picture, which I absolutely love the details on it, and with my program the picture gets fuzzy after zooming in a few times, or maybe I just need to make my canvas bigger, but if you have any tips on how to keep a digital picture from getting fuzzy when zoomed in on that'd be great!
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ChuddmasterZero Featured By Owner Feb 16, 2014  Professional Digital Artist
Hi, there's no trick to it.  I just use Photoshop (CS5 so it's a bit old) and use a large canvas.  Normally I rough things in on a small canvas (say about 1024 x 700 or so) but then I res up the canvas to at least HD resolution (1920x1080) when I'm ready to start drawing it 'properly'.  Sometimes I'll draw at something like 3000+ pixels to make sure I have choices when shrinking it down to submission size.
It sounds like you just need to use more pixels on your canvas to start with. Also make sure to set the max resolution option to 'original size' when submitting to DA otherwise it will default to a lower, standard resolution.

I would say though, getting confident and strong with composition, value structure, form and movement etc are way more important than fine detail - don't be distracted by details until the 'foundations' of your work are strong to begin with.
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Platyadmirer Featured By Owner Feb 17, 2014  Student General Artist
I've been studying that for a few years now and I just started using photo shop so I was having trouble with making the details look nice (after a few months I'm still learning how to use it hehe) so I was tripping up over that part. Thanks a lot!
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kit-kit-kit Featured By Owner Apr 24, 2013   Digital Artist
Thanks for the watch!
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ChuddmasterZero Featured By Owner Apr 24, 2013  Professional Digital Artist
Your'e welcome - love your style.
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evilsushicat Featured By Owner Apr 23, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
happy birthday
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