Drawing with a mouse. I have found this like to compared to a ink quill. blotchy! Any smooth way?
you may want to do away with the mouse concept and try a touch screen. It is what I use, and does a much better job.
consider tablet and pen, most web designers / graphic artists use them nowadays, I've been planning to get one too
Drawing with a mouse is tricky. If you use Adobe Illustrator, it has the ability to smooth out the lines you draw, which can be a big help, or it can be annoying when you're trying to work with fine details. But, since you're working with vector images in illustrator, you also have the ability to reshape the line so you can eliminate mistakes manually if you don't like how the program did it. But if you don't already have illustrator, it would probably be cheaper to get a drawing tablet.
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