@04:11on what says, no. i disagree, just do your vids how ever you want them, i prefer someone talking to actually explain things, you don't get that much on videos. I learn more from watching and listening, I like things explained, the way you explain things to me are plain and simple.
Excellent video! not even close view of everyone, but I have seen. Especially in the female figure. Thank you very much! and I hope to get to draw as to whether either of you. For that to practice, practice, practice! and I hope to keep going up more videos.
P.S Certainly much longer battle with eyes that I think can give some advice?
@00:43i think it's all preference, i can't use the hard stuff b/c it gets too rough, and the details don't come through as well with the pencils... but that's just me. i prefer to use basic copy paper.
ok dude, I totally disagree with one of previous comment, about the too much talking part... I love your talking man !! do not stop talking !!! and... pleaaaase do a female face drawing tutoriaaaaal !!!
Heh, the copy paper I use is mainly for sketching around before I go to my boards, problem was I started getting a bit into it and it suddenly became a piece, lol. That's why I stressed it's not good to use that paper
@00:44With the paper, have you used 11" x 17" index stock? It's not as flimsy as copy paper. I find it to be better/stronger than simple copy paper, but not as good as cardstock when it comes to working with wet mediums (as little as I use it).
@04:11I kind of like your wordiness... first off I think your hysterical... second off while I think your style is your style, I learn more from these videos about it then looking at your finished pieces.
I really appreciate this whole series you have done, and as testing goes, the no stabilization is a BIG improvement.