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Workshop at The American University in Cairo, 22-24 March 2019

Written by Krisztián Vértes

The two-day workshop, held at The American University in Cairo between 22-24 March 2019, was organized by Salima Ikram, Distinguished University Professor of Egyptology at the AUC. Our goal with this short course was to introduce AUC students to the hardware and software solutions utilized by the Epigraphic Survey...

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Move over PaperLike, the new Moshi iVisor provides a matte drawing surface for the iPad with the promise of reusability and easy application

Written by Krisztián Vértes

One of the cornerstones of tablet usability in epigraphic work (or in any drawing-related activity, for that matter ) is how well we get accustomed to using a stylus on glass surfaces. If you’ve ever traced a pattern on a light table or by holding it against a window glass, you already know how alien glass can be in comparison with traditional media.

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Deir el-Medina Stelae and Other Inscribed Objects in the Egyptian Museum in Cairo

Précis and commentary by Júlia Schmied

Beginning in 2001, the Spanish National Research Council (CSIC) in Madrid carried out a study of the stelae from Deir el-Medina collected at the Egyptian Museum of Cairo. The project was directed by Dr. José M. Galán in collaboration with the late Aadel Mahmoud, the then-curator of the Egyptian Museum.

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Modeling the Past: Creating 3D Models from Archival Imagery

Written by Owen Murray

Since the inception of photography, Egypt and its monuments have found themselves the subject of countless photographers, not to mention millions upon millions of tourists. The photogrammetric processes used to generate 3D datasets...

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Three Ancient Egyptian Coffins at Harvard University

Written by Peter Der Manuelian

Some of our Egyptological work at Harvard centers around 3D modeling as a research and teaching tool, digital epigraphy, graphic design and book production. Our Giza Project at Harvard, now in its twentieth year...

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Reconstructing the Western High Gate Digitally

Written by Ariel W. Singer

In the 2018-19 season at the Epigraphic Survey we began to seriously experiment with the idea of creating 3D photogrammetric models for the blocks of the Western High Gate at Medinet Habu Temple.

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A note on digitalEPIGRAPHY’s first birthday

Written by Krisztián Vértes

I can’t believe that digitalEPIGRAPHY has already been around for a little over a year! Thinking back on the past 12 months, there are two conflicting feelings that come to mind...

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The Tomb of Pay and Raia at Saqqara

Précis and commentary by Júlia Schmied

First discovered in the 19th century, the tomb of Pay and Raia was excavated and recorded by the joint EES/National Museum of Antiquities, Leiden, expedition between 1994 and 1998.

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Die Kultkammer des Ka-ni-nisut im Kunsthistorischen Museum Wien

Précis and commentary by Júlia Schmied

This richly illustrated work by Regina Hölzl is dedicated to the mastaba of the royal official Kaninisut: its discovery, the purchase of the tomb’s cult chamber for the museum where it is to be visited today, and its relief decoration.

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Das Grab des Paenkhemenu (TT 68) und die Anlage TT 227

Précis and commentary by Júlia Schmied

Das Grab des Paenkhemenu (TT 68) und die Anlage TT 227 by Karl-Joachim Seyfried is part of a series of publications devoted to the Theban tombs of Ramesside officials produced by the Egyptological Institute of the Heidelberg University.

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Nubia in the New Kingdom: The Egyptians at Kurgus

Précis and commentary by Júlia Schmied

The joint Sudan Archaeological Research Society-British Museum project between 1998 and 2012 investigated the many records left by the Egyptian military expeditions during the New Kingdom at Kurgus.

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Reconstructing the Villa of Serenus at Amheida

Précis and commentary by Júlia Schmied

In 1979, a team of the Dakhleh Oasis Project discovered the upper part of lavishly decorated walls of what turned out to be a fourth century ‘villa’ occupied by a family of high social status.

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Our first Newsletter just went out!

Written by Krisztián Vértes

We can't believe that it's been two months already since digitalEPIGRAPHY went live! Thanks to you, and another 3853 of our devoted readers, we are starting to form a community who'd like to learn about and contribute to digital documentation in Egypt.

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Late antique Hagr Edfu - Area 2b, Tomb D

Précis and commentary by Júlia Schmied

In 2007, a British Museum expedition began investigating the late antique activity at Hagr Edfu, with a focus on surveying, conserving, and documenting the rock-cut tombs of Areas 1 and 2, including Tomb D of Area 2b. Project description

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The tomb of Khnumhotep II (Tomb 3) at Beni Hassan

Précis and commentary by Júlia Schmied

The Beni Hassan @ Macquarie project aims to provide a visual dictionary for all inscribed tombs of the Middle Egypt burial site Beni Hassan, including that of Khnumhotep II.

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The Tomb of Senwosret at Elkab

Précis and commentary by Júlia Schmied

A British Museum expedition under the direction of W. V. Davies has been working on cleaning and recording the pharaonic tombs of Elkab since 2009. The tomb discussed here was built for Senwosret, a governor of Elkab probably during the early 12th Dynasty.

Tools

First generation Apple Pencil (2015)

Written by Krisztián Vértes

Although at the moment all the attention is directed towards Apple’s new iPads and its brand new, 2nd generation Apple Pencil, there are still multiple reasons to include the original version with our recommended tools.

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The Tomb of Sataimau at Hagr Edfu

Précis and commentary by Júlia Schmied

A British Museum expedition has been working at the necropolis of Hagr Edfu under the direction of W. V. Davies since 2001. In recent years, the expedition has documented a group of three tombs at the foot of the main hill of the site...

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The Tombs of Userhat and Khonsuemheb

Précis and commentary by Júlia Schmied

A Japanese expedition from the Institute of Egyptology at Waseda University, Tokyo has been working in the el-Khokha area in the Theban Necropolis since 2007 under the direction of Prof. Jiro Kondo. The team has rediscovered the tomb of Userhat (TT 47), Overseer of the King’s Private Apartment under Amenhotep III

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PaperLike is the best iPad screen protector for digital artists

Written by Krisztián Vértes

The micro-granular dust that’s in the air is potentially the biggest hazard when working in the field with our precious digital tools. Obviously, your iPad needs protection when tucked away in your bag while carried to and from the monument...

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The Temple of Tuthmosis III at Deir el-Bahari

Précis and commentary by Júlia Schmied

The Polish Centre of Mediterranean Archaeology’s present project began in 2008, with the aim of completing the study, restoration and publication of the Deir el-Bahari temple of Tuthmosis III. The work is the continuation of a previous mission led by prof. Jadwiga Lipińska, which was suspended in 1996.

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Dear Reader, welcome to the brand new digitalEPIGRAPHY website!

Written by Krisztián Vértes

Twenty years ago, when I started working in Egypt as an epigrapher, I wasn’t given too many guidelines regarding how to do the best job when documenting a painted tomb. Our Hungarian project leader wanted to have the most detailed, most faithful, most informative, and most complete documentation that was accessible to everyone,

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Foreword to digitalEPIGRAPHY

Written by Krisztián Vértes

This is just the latest of several forewords I have written for Krisztián Vértes and the Epigraphic Survey’s collaborative digital drawing manual Digital Epigraphy, but this one marks a gigantic technological leap forward.

Tools

FRTMA Soft Magnetic Silicone Holder Grip for Apple Pencil

Written by Krisztián Vértes

The Apple Pencil is a fantastic accessory for the iPad Pro, but it’s slippery and always rolls all over the place. This unexpensive Apple Pencil sleeve is here to save the day. The FRTMA sleeve is a silicone holder and grip for Apple Pencil having strong magnets embedded into its side.

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Logitech Craft wireless keyboard

Written by Krisztián Vértes

The Logitech Craft has a clean look and includes a “creative input dial” right above its escape key, it’s designed to augment software like Photoshop, Illustrator and Office. While many keyboards in the past have had volume control wheels, the Craft’s dial is a customizable and intuitive input mechanism for various applications and uses.

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Carved limestone fragments from the Great Aten Temple

Précis and commentary by Júlia Schmied

In 2012 the Amarna Project began its excavations at the Great Aten Temple in order to re-study the temple remains, and to clean the site and mark the main building outlines in fresh stonework.

Tutorials

Delete Transitions with Path Selections

Written by Krisztián Vértes

There are two slightly different methods that can be introduced here: the artist can either delete from or add to the initial curves. They are both very effective and, once mastered, they can be useful complements to hand-drawn brush strokes.

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The Luna wireless iPad display adapter is now available

Written by Krisztián Vértes

Launched as a Kickstarter project last year, Luna is now available to everyone, priced at $80 (an extra $20 over the crowdfunded version). The device’s promise is similar to Duet, but accomplishes the task wirelessly and with better precision than its chief competitor.

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Procreate for iPad - Sketch. Paint. Create.

Written by Krisztián Vértes

Procreate is a multi-award winning painting app designed for creative professionals. Made exclusively for iPad, Procreate allows you to create beautiful sketches, inspiring paintings, and stunning illustrations wherever you are.

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The New Kingdom Temple of Khnum

Précis and commentary by Júlia Schmied

The investigation of the ancient town and temples of Elephantine has been carried out by the German Archaeological Institute Cairo (DAI) in cooperation with the Swiss Institute for Egyptian Building Archaeology (Swiss Institute) since 1969.

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The Chapel of Osiris Nebdjet/Padedankh in North-Karnak

Précis and commentary by Júlia Schmied

The vast program of excavation, documentation and epigraphic study of the Osirian chapels and necropolis of Karnak was initiated in 1993 by the Centre Franco-Égyptien d’Étude des Temples de Karnak (CFEETK) and then extended by a collaboration with the Institute Français d’Archéologie Orientale (IFAO).

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Digital epigraphy of the temple of Debod

Précis and commentary by Júlia Schmied

A Spanish team of the University of La Laguna, Tenerife is currently recording and studying the scenes and inscriptions of the Meroitic temple from Debod, Nubia, now in Madrid, under the project title “tA-Hwt, Digital Techniques applied to the Inscriptions and Reliefs of the Temple of Debod’.

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Delux T11 Designer Keypad

Written by Krisztián Vértes

Delux's Designer Keyboard is a useful tool to eliminate the need of memorizing all the shortcut keys a digital artist needs to use every day, and helps minimizing the time one spends with repetitive tasks when working with Photoshop etc. This is the perfect product that is specifically made for designers to help increase their work efficiancy.

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The tombs of Kaisebi (AS 76) and Ptahwer (AS 76b) at Abusir South

Précis and commentary by Júlia Schmied

The Czech Institute of Egyptology’s excavations at Abusir South in 2014 have led to the discovery of the tomb of Kaisebi (AS76) and the adjoining structure of Ptahwer (AS 76b). Both tombs are dated to the end of the Third Dynasty.

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Dashed Brush Line

Written by Krisztián Vértes

Restored decorative elements and architectural features, when part of an inked drawing, are represented by a series of dashed lines, as we’ve discussed in Chapter 2, Section 3. Again, just as with dotted lines, drawing dashed lines digitally can be accomplished in more than one way.

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Tomb of the chief physician Shepseskafankh

Précis and commentary by Júlia Schmied

The Czech Institute of Egyptology discovered the mastaba of the chief physician Shepseskafankh during the course of their 2013 season in Abusir South. The tomb is located in the northeastern part of the cemetery of officials dated to the Fifth Dynasty, spanning the reigns of Nyuserre through Djedkare (2402–2322 BC).

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iSkelter and Araree iPad Pro Drawing Boards

Written by Krisztián Vértes

The iPad, just like the Wacom Companion, consists mostly of screen surface, with almost no bezel to get a grip on. For this reason, the obvious first step in customizing the hardware is, again, getting a larger drawing board into which, the device can be inserted, and which also serves as a protective case while creating a larger surface for the artist's hands.

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Astropad Luna Display

Written by Krisztián Vértes

The technology of utilizing a cable or wi-fi connection to expand the Mac’s desktop to the iPad through a certain combination of apps has been around for some time now. We’ve been using our iPad as a simple screen extension or Wacom tablet replacement both in the studio and in the field...

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Medinet Habu B - Façade Color Composite

Written by Krisztián Vértes

This project is a Digital Color Pencil enhancement based on the scene numbered MHB 118, which shows multiple layers of carved and painted decoration from various historical phases.

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Creating a Pattern for Modeling

Written by Krisztián Vértes

Modeling is indicated by a stippled area in which the variety in dot density adds a certain dimension to the texture. As with dotted paint lines and dashed architectural lines, the artist is free to add all the dots individually, and this is probably the easiest way to do so, especially when the area to be modeled is fairly small.

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Luxor Temple - Roman Fresco Studies

Written by Krisztián Vértes

Documenting the Roman frescoes in the Imperial Cult Chamber at Luxor temple is a rather unique Epigraphic Survey project. A few years ago, these frescoes went through a very thorough restoration process, including extensive photo documentation.

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Elevation Lab DraftTable For iPad Pro

Written by Krisztián Vértes

Existing iPad stands are designed for smaller iPads, mainly for consumption. With iPad Pro, they are flimsy, lack adjustment, and annoying to use. Elevation Lab's solution offers something like a traditional drafters table - sturdy, solid and comfortable stand to use all-day.

Tutorials

Adding Transitions by Moving the Path

Written by Krisztián Vértes

There are two slightly different methods that can be introduced here: the artist can either delete from or add to the initial curves. They are both very effective and, once mastered, they can be useful complements to hand-drawn brush strokes.

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Detached Pencil Lines on Photo Enlargement

Written by Krisztián Vértes

If further clarification of the pencil lines is needed for some reason, the artist has one more tool in his/her hands, but the process has to be carried out meticulously from the first manipulation of the enlargement.

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Affinity Designer Finally Arrives to the iPad

Written by Krisztián Vértes

After teasing the iOS community for almost a year, Serif has released the iPad version of its often-praised professional level vector graphic software Affinity Designer.

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The Most Common Curves Adjustments

Written by Krisztián Vértes

As an Epigraphic Survey artist who works almost exclusively with black-and-white images, one would think that learning about Photoshop’s color management is rather pointless.

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Drawing Curves by Using the Pen Tool

Written by Krisztián Vértes

Using the Pen tool is the most precise and most controllable way of drawing curved paths for brush strokes. Its main advantage over the Freeform Pen tool is that the artist determines the number and position of the Anchor Points he/ she wants to use along the path.

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Wacom Express Key Remote

Written by Krisztián Vértes

An accessory that should be considered for anybody using Wacom’s solutions, whether in the field or in the studio. This little wireless device provides a set of seventeen customizable buttons and a touch ring to allow the artist achieving instant one-touch access to timesaving shortcuts.

Tools

Astropad Studio for iPad

Written by Krisztián Vértes

Astropad Studio turns the iPad Pro into a completely customizable graphics tablet. It's Astro HQ's highest performance tool for the most demanding creative work.

Tutorials

Adding Modifications with the Pen Tool

Written by Krisztián Vértes

Changing the arc of a curved line is just as hard in Photoshop as it is on paper - assuming the artist is drawing freehand. The artist has to pay attention to keeping the smoothness, the thickness, and the sun-shadow transitions of the original line while carefully adding and removing extra brush strokes.

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Chapter 6, Section 1 - The File and Folder System

Written by Krisztián Vértes

According to the Epigraphic Survey’s documentation method, the data package for a regular wall section consists of the following items: archival photo(s), the drawing created on the photo enlargement, and the collation package.

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Customizing Astropad

Written by Krisztián Vértes

Astropad, like all Apps that create a bridge between computer and iPad, has a desktop version that provides the necessary connection. Upon initial opening of the Mac App, one has to decide what percentage of the computer screen should be allowed to appear on the iPad.

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Chapter 6, Section 2 - Preparing the Drawing for Collation

Written by Krisztián Vértes

Blueprints of the original artwork have always been essential to the Epigraphic Survey’s collation methodology. They are an exact reproduction of the original drawing, created by using a contact print process on light-sensitive sheets.

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Modifying Pencil Lines on B/W Photo Enlargements

Written by Krisztián Vértes

The best way to make local enhancements over smaller areas is by using the Burn and Dodge tools. The Burn tool can be used over light areas to make the pencil lines appear darker. When the artist uses the Burn tool, he/she has to be very careful

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Assigning Certain Functions to the Pen and Hot Keys

Written by Krisztián Vértes

There should be some customization performed on the tablet’s button interface before putting it to work. When we click on the Functions tool, we see a picture of the left/right string of buttons with some commands already associated with them. These buttons are called Express Keys and can perform tasks associated with certain mouse clicks.

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Chapter 6, Section 3 - Adding Modifications Digitally

Written by Krisztián Vértes

Once the collation is done and the epigraphers and the artist are all in agreement about the changes to be made to a drawing, the artist has to transfer all these modifications from the collation sheet to the computer.

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Chapter 5, Section 1 - Capturing Data

Written by Krisztián Vértes

As we discussed earlier, the initial version of our digital documentation is prepared at the archaeological site, in front of the actual wall. This version contains all the important data of the original artwork.

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Puppet Warp

Written by Krisztián Vértes

The Puppet Warp is a function that enables the artist to distort selected areas on a drawing via a mesh overlay and the placement of pins. Although we’ve already applied certain transformations on selected areas

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Chapter 5, Section 2 - Merging Scanned Images

Written by Krisztián Vértes

Once the image is scanned, it should be ready to work with. Ideally the photo enlargement is small enough to be scanned as one piece, and our pencil lines are strong enough to be visible while inking.

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Chapter 5, Section 3 - Setting Up the Layers

Written by Krisztián Vértes

Now that photo manipulation, workspace customization, and the layer-based environment don’t seem to be such alien concepts anymore, we have to deal with the task of producing actual drawings.

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Setting up a Digital Scalpel Pattern

Written by Krisztián Vértes

Once again there is the obvious method of applying a “digital scalpel” over painted lines, using the Eraser, except that using the Eraser tool to get this lighter effect takes a very long time.

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Chapter 5, Section 4 - Inking Digitally

Written by Krisztián Vértes

Once our layers are set up, our drawing is ready for inking. First, we have to open the Brush tool and set up the Epigraphic Survey’s standard brush stroke sizes:

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Using Layer Masks to Emphasize Details on a B/W Photo

Written by Krisztián Vértes

Layer Masks are one of those Photoshop features that beginners might find hard to work with, although the philosophy behind masks is very simple: masks enable the artist to hide or reveal parts of a layer.

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Upscaling the psd file

Written by Krisztián Vértes

As a final preparatory step to ready the digitally penciled drawing for studio work, the artist needs to readjust the scale of the drawing to match its original dimensions. Since downscaling was a temporary necessity, required only to match the iPad’s and Procreate’s current limitations, we need to upscale our layered psd file to the same pixel resolution as it first appeared on our Template.

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Chapter 4, Section 2 - Portable Wacom Tablets

Written by Krisztián Vértes

The first potential solution to fulfill the need for a high powered, high resolution portable graphic tablet was provided by Wacom Co., Ltd. in 2013, shortly after the first edition of this book was released. In the past three years,

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Chapter 4, Section 3 - iPad Pro and Apple Pencil

Written by Krisztián Vértes

Although Apple’s iPad line, implementing touch screens in larger computing devices, was introduced in 2010, supplying it with an actual stylus and making it a competitive alternative to the Wacom tablet is a relatively new approach.

Tools

Logitech Crayon for iPad (6th Gen.)

Written by Krisztián Vértes

Logitech Crayon is a versatile, pixel-precise digital pencil, designed specifically for iPad 6th generation and its large Multi-Touch Retina display, that brings another dimension to learning and opens up new avenues of creativity for any digital artist on a budget.

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Chapter 4, Section 4 - Combining Tools and Methods

Written by Krisztián Vértes

Although, as established earlier, there is no desktop Adobe software that can natively run on the iPad Pro, some sophisticated iOS Apps offer access to desktop programs, so they can be remotely operated by the iPad.

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Setting Up the Drawing for Digital Blueprint

Written by Krisztián Vértes

The artist needs to execute a few modifications to be able to work with a color version of his/her drawing. The drawing is created in a grayscale environment, so any color that would be applied on it would show as a shade of gray.

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Preparing the source file in Procreate

Written by Krisztián Vértes

Once the artist creates the highest resolution background that is still usable in Procreate, all the layers can be merged and the file can be saved as a regular jpeg, keeping its quality at its maximum.

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Chapter 3, Section 1 - Introducing Photoshop

Written by Krisztián Vértes

In this chapter we explore the digital environment in which the final Chicago House inked drawings are created. Although dealing with buttons and sliders while holding our pen might seem to be a bit alien at first, it will nevertheless be worth the effort to learn to customize and to change the appearance of our artwork.

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Using the Magnetic Pen for Snapping Paths

Written by Krisztián Vértes

The Magnetic Pen Tool is an option of the Freeform Pen tool that lets the artist draw a path that snaps to the edges of defined areas on the drawing. We can set up the range and sensitivity of its behavior as well as the complexity of our path

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Chapter 2, Section 1 - Basic Techniques

Written by Krisztián Vértes

Ink-Line Weights, Sun-shadow Orientations, Translating Three-Dimensional Relief into Two-Dimensional Pencil/Ink Lines, Architectural Elements, Recut or Restored Figures and Inscriptions, Plaster, Additional Details

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The “Ready for Collation” Layer

Written by Krisztián Vértes

Before the artist starts adding the collation sheets to the digital drawing, he/she needs to set up the current stage as a layer for future reference. Later on, when we need a before and after collation comparison, this layer will be the one to which all subsequent changes can be related.

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Creating a Companion Drawing Case

Written by Krisztián Vértes

With Wacom’s Companion, it is possible to use a digital photograph instead of a printed enlargement for the drawing background, “penciling” directly onto the digital image in the presence of the inscribed wall surface.

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Creating Digital Paint Sheets

Written by Krisztián Vértes

As part of the collation package, paint sheets are regular (i.e., black-and-white) printed copies of the inked drawing. They can thus be made fairly easily by flattening the digital drawing and hitting print.

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Chapter 2, Section 3 - Archaeological Elements

Written by Krisztián Vértes

The carved reliefs and inscriptions which are the focus of the Epigraphic Survey documentation efforts are usually found in an architectural setting (except in the case of decorated block fragments) on interior and exterior walls, portals, columns, four-sided pillars, architraves, and sometimes ceilings.

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Chapter 2, Section 4 - Architectural Obstructions

Written by Krisztián Vértes

In the history of a monument, several stages of development can have occurred over time. When later buildings, walls or other edifices have been added so as to nearly obscure earlier inscriptions, it might be possible to record those carvings by employing any number of resourceful methods.

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Customizing Procreate

Written by Krisztián Vértes

Once the jpeg is imported and placed in the relevant project’s folder, we can move on to Procreate’s interface customization. There is not a lot to do here, but one should be aware of a few tweaks that could potentially help with work in the field.

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Chapter 2, Section 5 - Recut or Restored Figures and Inscriptions

Written by Krisztián Vértes

At Medinet Habu there are areas recut by Thutmose III where signs and other elements are found inside scooped-out areas where Hatshepsut's original carvings were removed, and where Atenist-hacked deities and inscriptions were smoothed back and recarved within similar depressions.

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Setting Up Collation Sheets

Written by Krisztián Vértes

Along with refreshing our scanning skills, we also need to remember how to align layers properly. The Collation Sheet Layer needs to be matched exactly with the drawing, otherwise the changes end up being misaligned.

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Chapter 2, Section 6 - Additional Details and Restorations

Written by Krisztián Vértes

Painted details are rendered as dotted lines using a 6x0/.13 pen. Paint lines define actual edges of paint strokes or intentionally painted areas. Paint flecks or spots of any size remaining within a painted area after abrasion or erosion are not rendered.

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Procreate’s basic features

Written by Krisztián Vértes

Procreate lets the artist paint in high resolution using customized brushes in a multilayered environment. It has a simple user interface, with most of the settings and options tucked away in hidden menus, keeping the canvas uncluttered. On initial opening of the App, the user is presented with a series of sample artwork made in Procreate

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Chapter 1 - The Epigraphic Survey

Written by Krisztián Vértes

In 1923 Oriental Institute founder James Henry Breasted conceived the idea of a permanent field headquarters of the Oriental Institute, based in Luxor, for a long-term epigraphic and architectural survey of all the ancient temples of the Nile Valley.

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Capturing additional information on the iPad

Written by Krisztián Vértes

Although the digital inking method that was specifically developed for documenting the remains of some late Roman murals will be explained in another chapter, the multiple ways in which data is initially captured at Luxor Temple justify a brief introduction here.

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Adobe is Launching Photoshop for iPad in 2019

Written by Krisztián Vértes

Adobe Systems Inc., the maker of popular digital design programs for creatives, is planning to launch the full version of its Photoshop app for Apple Inc.’s iPad as part of a new strategy to make its products compatible across multiple devices and boost subscription sales.

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