never stop learning
im animating while watching this
1.5 years after this video was uploaded and you’re still helping people like me understand digital art basics. Thank you man! 🙂
Really good list. Thank you!
I HAVE BEEN DOING MOST OF THESE… I am so wrong.
why is he not using photoshop instead?
I was fortunate to have a digital art class when I was in grade 7. I learned all of this stuff before even trying to draw digitally.
I don’t have a tablet, soooooo. I’m stuck with a laptop touchpad for now. It is difficult to get really precise like a pencil, but I do the best with what I have to work with.
the first part of the first mistake does not apply to people who have cintiqs/display tablets !!
Am I the only one who doesn’t understand how to use layers? They’re complicated.
The HUE setting is genius, it what my colors have been missing. I need to learn the basics!
Im drawing on a laptop, and my tablet is huge, so i cant really do anything about it XD
“i need to add in some more pink here”
is using the color purple
Use Tiff if you can at least for your finished copy.
If I use a resolution that is 600+ there is no issue in that right?
I like how you talk about contrast and other realistic tips instead of just the benefit of 900$ Wacom tablets and different programs.
I always have my tablet to the side slightly tilted bc I can’t draw properly with it in front of my laptop.
no offense but your shading teqnique kinda looks like when you use the burn tool on Photoshop (I’m referencing the apple example) it’s a bit too dark for my liking but your overall tip is helpful
Oh man I am guilty of no.9 thank you for this video! I actually learnt the masking effect when I was working as a graphic designer. But I never thought about making my current work a smart object so to keep the quality of it when I decide to transform it.
thank you!! this video was very very helpful 🙂 lots of great tips
Your a life saver
How do I draw a perfect circle
Why is the title and the description translated?
how do you do the value check on krita?
click click click click click click
This is SO informative…! I’ll have to watch it again (a few times) being the old analog guy who never owned a computer until well into my 50’s. Thanks a lot for such great videos. -Glenn Michael Thompson
What program are you using? I like the brush-fiddling thingy. Seems neat.
Tablet or drawing monitor which is best?
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