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oh man this is so awesome thanks so much for posting!
That was so cool! I need to try that process out, because what I'm doing when I work with vectors is just WAY less time-efficient.
Awesome end result too.
Very cool, thanks for sharing!
Awesome and the process video is pretty amazing. What tablet do you use?
great stuff, love process videos. what was the actual time you put into the design (as compared to the sped up version)?
I'm glad you all like it :)
I'm use an Intuos 4 S. And the time... the videos without speed up are a total of 1:01 h, but they are distributed in a few hours, checking for images at google, a previous sketch I did that didn't liked, etc
Very cool. I like seeing this kind of stuff
Thanks for that it. Nice to see full process. It turned out great too.
Thanks for sharing. Amazing work!
Thanks again :)
I felt a lot of pressure while I was doing this, like.. hey everyone is going to see all my mistakes! haha But it was really fun
Intuos 4 S. Is "S" means small like A6?
Great work, man:)
No because its wide. Active area is 15,7 x 9,8 cm
very cool! thats pretty much the same way I work too
awesome work great process!
Thank-you Nacho, that was really interesting
Thanks again everyone, really glad you think its interesting.
Sorry for the no music, i totally forgot!
Awesome. I should try something like that. My illustration technique right now is to pray.
That worked for miguel angel :P
Once you use the brush to get black linework in photoshop what are you using? Just regular paintbrush? And what tablet do you have?
This makes me want to buy a better tablet but I'd have to learn how to use one better.. I got a cheap one and stopped using it cause I wasn't happy with it.
man this is an amazing process video! similar to how i started working lately (my current Wip design is my first fully digitilized illustration).
What progrems do you use? cause from the video it doesn't look like illustrator and photoshop (unless you have a mac and a different "skin" for them) and i would also like to know the setting of the brushes you work with if thats ok...:)
oh and once it's up leave me a link in my latest crituqe submittion so i'll know and score you a 5:)
how do you do the dual window thing? One small window and the window that you're working in?
Really cool btw. Thanks for posting!
Resistance: Yes, once I go to photoshop, I use just regular brushes, just changing the size depending on what part am I drawing. I'm using an intuos 4 S
Haragos: To be honest, I didn't find a big difference between my 8 years old bamboo( previously called graphire) and the intuos. The biggest difference in my opinion is the set of points.
Ibeenthere: I'm using sketchbook for the sketching part + photoshop for linework and coloring. As I said, I use regular brushes
Nick: window - organize - new window for document xxx.psd This is very useful to see in everymoment how it looks with the final presentation size, so you don use lines too fat or too thin...
excellent. thankya sir.
Fantastic video - thanks for doing this, great finished product!
Thanks you for the nice words :)
Wow, great work as always, Nacho. I should definitely try the double window thing. How much time did this require to you?
si hombre eres muy bueno te felicito
gracias por inspirarnos a todos con tu tecnica :)
Amazing process. Inspiring . Thank's
Thanks guys, you're making me to want to do more often :D
I checked all the videos before and it took 1h 1min in total, but divided in different times, without counting googlin references, etc
Awesome! thanks dood these are so good!
I did this one really really fast, even forgot to active presure opacity haha I want to do it again more detailed, and will try to talk in english too...
amazing work...thanks so much for posting these vids :)
thanks guys :)
I better will create an specific post for all those tutorials, speedpaintings, etc
last bump until its up
wait... +800 to be up!!
great tutorial.awesome design
Wow, you're so fast and so skilled, man! Really liked how you did the fire in the last one. Cool!