WIP Video on the YouTubes

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By RansomGetty
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Posted part one of a drawing walkthrough I did a little bit of work on last night.  First time, and intentionally no audio. (because I didn't have anything to say about what I was drawing, and didn't want to force you to listen to my music while you watch!) 

Let me know if this is something you want to be continued, or if you absolutely need commentary.  

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BIGGMIGGZ's avatar
Great video! Your style is awesome it's one of my favorites. I've always enjoyed watching the art process because I love art and so that I can see how my workflow contrasts against others. I would definitely watch more of your videos. Thank you!
TheLastInterceptor's avatar
I definitely want to see it all the way to the end, it's awesome to watch your process! I think some commentary would complement the video, I mean, you don't have to talk during the whole thing if you don't want to, but maybe some sporadic stuff about tricks you've learned, the do's and dont's and stuff like that. It's all up to you, though. Whatever the outcome, I hope you keep sharing this with us, it's very educational! :)
MentalPablum's avatar
Very nice video. I always learn so much watching other artists draw. Todd Nauck has a great channel showing when he does commissions. Love these and love your art so keep 'em coming.
ArminOzdic's avatar
Loving these kind of videos, looking forward to more.
Why don't you do the whole work in Manga Studio...any particular reason?
What kind of program do you use to record this?...was thinking of doing something similar myself.
RansomGetty's avatar
For me, in addition to familiarity, I've only had MS since last January, Photoshop just runs quicker on my computer. If it weren't for the ruler tools, and the lines not looking way better, I wouldn't have much use for MS. I still will throw the final image back to photoshop after for some additional fiddling.
As for recording programs, I went the cheapest route an just used QuickTime to record and iMovie to edit.
ZachSatherArt's avatar
I'm with you,

if photoshop ever figures out how to draw a smooth line I would drop MS5ex, since that's all I use it for.

For what it's worth,  as a self taught dood, I appreciate your vids and would watch more, especially coloring.
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