10 Digital Art MISTAKES! – Digital Painting Tips

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30 Responses to 10 Digital Art MISTAKES! – Digital Painting Tips

  1. Chuck Stone says:

    never stop learning

  2. maya da weirdo says:

    im animating while watching this

  3. Daniel Wilson says:

    1.5 years after this video was uploaded and you’re still helping people like me understand digital art basics. Thank you man! 🙂

  4. Magic11 says:

    Really good list. Thank you!

  5. Joeie Rivera says:

    I HAVE BEEN DOING MOST OF THESE… I am so wrong.

  6. Zero Animations says:

    why is he not using photoshop instead?

  7. Nanna Skellyton says:

    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.

  8. Jessica Flora says:

    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.

  9. Kozu K says:

    the first part of the first mistake does not apply to people who have cintiqs/display tablets !!

  10. De Hilbun says:

    Really helpful!

  11. Bb Beth. says:

    Am I the only one who doesn’t understand how to use layers? They’re complicated.

  12. Rudy TheCat says:

    Excellent video!

  13. Mr. Tim says:

    The HUE setting is genius, it what my colors have been missing. I need to learn the basics!

  14. Fiona Lightningfoot says:

    Im drawing on a laptop, and my tablet is huge, so i cant really do anything about it XD

  15. Des draws says:

    “i need to add in some more pink here”
    is using the color purple

  16. Mokona says:

    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?

  17. Thira says:

    I like how you talk about contrast and other realistic tips instead of just the benefit of 900$ Wacom tablets and different programs.

  18. Raexart says:

    I always have my tablet to the side slightly tilted bc I can’t draw properly with it in front of my laptop.

  19. wow says:

    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

  20. Miss MHC says:

    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.

  21. G Dragon1 says:

    thank you!! this video was very very helpful 🙂 lots of great tips

  22. wiiupokemon says:

    Your a life saver

  23. Ignis says:

    How do I draw a perfect circle

  24. kyami says:

    Why is the title and the description translated?

  25. Echoris Drawing and Animation says:

    how do you do the value check on krita?

  26. Camelia D says:

    click click click click click click

  27. Frd Dcmt says:

    merci 🙂

  28. Anthony Demitre says:

    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

  29. TheViciousMoob says:

    What program are you using? I like the brush-fiddling thingy. Seems neat.

  30. Genius Idiot says:

    Tablet or drawing monitor which is best?

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