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Tutorial 001 Cave Background

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I don't really have any business trying to teach people stuff in my opinion, but a lot of people keep asking and I'm already doing the painting, so why not!? If you learn anything, please let me know, if you guys LIKE this, I'll buy a real mic from the modern era.

Sorry about the breathing sound, I'll fix it on my future videos.

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Props for oldschool ps7 man ... wow takes me back. That was one of the most stable versions, not that other versions aren't stable, but I went from ps7 to pscs5.1. only fools go CC huh!? Anyway content? Yeah good. I dug your inking video more, but keep showing how you make.

Hyptosis responds:

Yeah, I don't wanna upgrade! D:<

Great tutorial! I've always had trouble with keeping focus on a subject. It's nice to know the significance of warm and cool tones. Then again, I'm far from an artist. I will say this, I immediately started my hand at painting again. Keep 'em coming!

Hyptosis responds:

You bet! Keep it up!

I really enjoyed the tutorial. Found it very informative, especially the point about references and copy-pasting/cutting corners to save time. I've long been expecting a tutorial from an artist like you and it's always great to learn from your infinite experience.
BTW, microphone seems perfectly fine, as long as I can discern your speech, and I always can, even though English isn't my first language.
Great job!

P.S. In the second video, when you moved the microphone from you mouth, it became close to impossible to hear you. You're too quiet and muffled.

This is great. Made me think a bit better about how shadows work. I'm not really an artist but I'm learning in order to make better art for my games. And what better way to learn than by observing someone whose work you admire explain his thought processes.

its alright

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Jun 12, 2015
1:36 AM EDT
  • Daily 3rd Place June 13, 2015