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#I’m in the mood to indulge in idiotic self-centered observations
#shit nobody cares about
I while ago I managed to get in pottermore as a beta tester, I was exited and curious as to where I’d be sorted, and then the horror happened
I was sort into Gryffindor
big deal apparently because In a fit of denial, I quitted pottermore and happily forgot about it’s existence since.
So today I stumbled upon this sorting test based on Myers Briggs personality test. Not perfect, but it beats the crap outta that failure J.K tried to feed us. (if you haven’t done the Myers test DO IT KNOW)
extremely long ranting under the cut because I’ve lost control of my life
Depends on the technique I’m using, I quite like a challenge so I’m always experimenting. Here’s a list with observations and examples of the techniques I’ve been exploring lately:
Hard edged brush, no pen pressure, opacity and/or flow at 48% or higher.
Hard edged brush, pen pressure on, opacity at max. on average, light airbrush on top.
Various natural/textured brushes provided by photoshop, pen pressure, playing with opacity.
Note: I use the eyedropper tool to blend the colors, no matter what technique, and I avoid the airbrush If I can (if I use it, I make sure the effect is subtle and when it’s almost finished)
I don’t know if this was helpful, at least I hope it was interesting. At the end of the day, you’ve got to decide for yourself what looks best, my only advise is to keep experimenting and pushing yourself.