Note: I know this is under the tutorial category, but I'm not sure how useful this is for learning purposes. Really, I just recorded myself drawing and sped it up. I'm not sure of a better place to categorize it. If you do however watch this and come out with a better knowledge of how to draw digitally, or learn from my technique, awesome!
Sorry about the bad sound and my baaad english! T_T
::FR:: Désolée pour les Français, le son est juste horrible et quand je grommelle c'est encore pire. J'espère que Papa Noel m'apportera un meilleur micro que mon oreillette toute pourrie mais bon, il vaut mieux faire ça que rien du tout hein?
I noticed that with a lot of crying reference the face is either hidden by hands, or the facial expressions are flat with fake tears sprinkled on. This is real crying with real tears.
I also wanted to mention that we have a whole section of stock video that seems to have gathered dust over the years. Check out the stock video gallery here: www.deviantart.com/resources/f… __________________________ For the fullest resolution, select the download button in the upper right corner. __________________________ You are welcome to use this as reference for drawing or animation Please do NOT use the actual footage for projects (music videos, etc)
Here is the very first "Business File" in High Quality video form! This just cruises over the basics when painting a portrait (I chose a simpler portrait for this) while having some fun in Camtasia Studio. We got proper captions now!!
WATCH IN 720p FOR BEST RESULTS!!
Photoshop CS5 About 20-25 hours!
Reference: [link] (Had to freestyle the rest of his face/shoulders) For more updates, tips and links;
How do you add a raster texture, to a vector and be able to create 100% vector art?
Watch this tutorial and find out.
Find this tutorial useful? Please favourite it. Use raster textures like this on vector and want to prove to others it's 100% vector cos you followed this tutorial? Link this tutorial to your deviation.
I ran a poll today... which one of these, if any, is 100% vector?
Image One Image Two Both? Neither?
Well this is to prove a point... and the point is that infact one of them is 100% vector and the other is a vector image with a raster texture on it... and you too can make a vector with a texture on it which will be 100% vector.
I used the following for this video: (which includes stock from: [link][link] and several of my own brushes)
Apologies for the sound quality - this is a new computer and I can't find the software I used to use.
And at the end of the tutorial, you will find the answer to the poll.