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Pen pressure is something you can use in your digital art if you have a drawing tablet! The most well-known line of tablets are Wacom, but I have a Huion H610, which is this:
If you draw using something like that, the stylus mimics the varying pressure levels you can get when you draw with pens & pencils, thus making it easier to draw digitally than if you were to use a mouse.
My lines are pointy on the ends because I vary the pressure in every pen stroke, like I’m letting the stylus just glide off the tablet. Plus, I make sure my brush’s “min size” is set pretty low, which guaratees a pointier line finish:
(I draw using SAI, just so everyone know)
Here it’s set for 5% which is what I’ve had in on for ages. Nice and pointy lines, right?
And here I cranked it up to 52%, which makes for more “nubby” lines as you can see. I can’t really remember if there’s a similar trick in Photoshop cus it’s been so long since I used it to draw, but you can get pretty pointy lines there as well. I just use SAI because it feels smoother to draw with and nicer to use.
Hope that answered your questions! m/
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