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why does my wacom have wobbly lines

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Is it in just photoshop or other programs? I know photoshop doesn't have any line smoothing features for outright drawing. Painttool Sai and Krita both do.

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11 minutes ago, Drak3 said:

Is it in just photoshop or other programs? I know photoshop doesn't have any line smoothing features for outright drawing. Painttool Sai and Krita both do.

i just tried out paint tool sai and oh wow you are right

but how come people i see on youtube who make amazing art with a tablet using photoshop without wobbly lines 

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1 minute ago, echy said:

but how come people i see on youtube who make amazing art with a tablet using photoshop without wobbly lines 

Years of practice and it's common for those people to use screen protectors that are somewhat resistant against pen strokes.

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Just now, Drak3 said:

Years of practice and it's common for those people to use screen protectors that are somewhat resistant against pen strokes.

thats cool , do you know how to reduce the pixallyness .. if i want to get really close the the drawing? 

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5 minutes ago, echy said:

thats cool , do you know how to reduce the pixallyness .. if i want to get really close the the drawing? 

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Draw at a higher resolution to reduce pixilation.

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Photoshop doesn't have line stabilization. I use Krita and a Thinkpad Trackpoint to draw.

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3 hours ago, echy said:

but how come people i see on youtube who make amazing art with a tablet using photoshop without wobbly lines 

the slower you draw, the more wobbly they will be, people that have been doing this stuff for years will be doing quick strokes, therefore the lines will be smoother.

 

Paint Tool SAI and Clip Studio Paint (which is what i use) I find are much better for "drawing" while Photoshop is much better for "painting"

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typically with tablets they use quick swipes in most cases, then shade like your using a mouse but it's a pen. 

You'll want to play around with your brush in PS and use something with pressure sensitivity line thickness too, stuff like hardness etc. Play around with tilt brush too.

I get smooth lines is PS, but I would get the same result with what you're using...a pencil 

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simple, its drunk, give it a few hours to get un drunk

on a seriouse note, have you tried a ruler of sorts?

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