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Well, I was pretty bored tonight and was just sketching around with a few pics, then decided to record the journey it took for me to get from sketchy drawing to finished sketchy painting for one of them.
This is the final product:
I took screencaptures along the way and then linked them together into a GIF animation. Turned out pretty cool, the only thing is there isn't much wirtten explanation of what is going on. I used a 2pt hard edge brush (opacity 50/ flow 50) for the sketch, and used the same settings for the painting, but used various larger brush sizes.
View the animated tutorial RIGHT HERE!
Thank you. You have a great style.
I self-published a book on the fundamentals of drawing from life.
thanks dewd ! its always pleasant to see other people at work
-Member of middle class-
your animated gif rules...for an even better recording of how an image is created you should check out the program Open Canvas 3 which you can obtain a trial at portalgraphics.net With it you can record the entire creation process and allow others to view it from start to finish. : D
N & B
Very useful to see how you work. Thanks for posting this.
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