Doodle 104: Graphics Card, Computer, and Live-Streaming

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Hi, friends, welcome to doodle 104. I will cover my EVGA 580 Classified graphics card, the old beast of a computer, and live-streaming. Then, in the end, I’m sharing the new 2020 iMac giveaway.

Doodle Plan 104

Graphics Card

A few days ago, I moved to live-streaming on my old beast of a computer. Then, I was excited to set it up and update all the software to get it ready for sharing my artwork.

Then, I ran OBS and discovered that my EVGA Classified GPU doesn’t support encoding, leaving stress and lag on the live-stream for doodle 104. Meanwhile, I’m searching around for an alternative way to do my encoding.

Maybe I can use another software that can utilize my GPU or something on my motherboard other than my CPU?

Old Beast of a Computer

The old beast is up for sale on Facebook, OfferUp Marketplace with photos and a price tag between 600 – 400 dollars. 

For the moment, I moved the white beast to the living room and cleaned up the wires for doodle 104. To my surprise, it’s pretty fast for a 2012 computer. 

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Doodle 104 Bunny Overlay for live-streaming while I draw artwork


Every Monday, and Tuesday, I set myself up for live-streaming at 8:30 am. Together, we learn about Art DIET with Reuben Lara. 

The DIET for both days includes Education and Duplication. During the event, my favorite part is learning from different teachers. Also, I get to sit back and watch for doodle 104.

Art Duplication is a bit more involved, but it helps me a lot. Yet, I love the negative shapes step because it shows me my mistakes. 

The negative shapes come together when you draw out the plumb and angle lines. Then, when you have enough lines, you will start to see negative forms for doodle 104.

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Coloring Opportunity

Wrap Up Doodle 104

For the best part, Divi is hosting the new 2020 iMac giveaway. If you want to participate, enter the contest to win the iMac. Finally, for doodle 104, I’m sharing a few related articles that might interest you, and the Twitch follows Art DIET Tracing illustration.

How much time do you spend on something that is extremely hard to complete?

Go ahead and try to answer the question in the comments for the Doodle 104

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