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fallopiancrusader at 7:29AM, Aug. 3, 2017
You tube video of me drawing an illustration of a science fiction truck design. The drawing process is sped up 4 times, and the audio is commentary of the drawing techniques that I used
fallopiancrusader at 7:06PM, July 6, 2017
Video of me drawing an architectural interior, illustrated using 2D and 3D techniques
fallopiancrusader at 4:27PM, June 29, 2017
Using photoshop to color and texture scanned line work
fallopiancrusader at 10:09AM, June 9, 2017
Video of me coloring a linework sketch in a traditional industrial design style. The production process is pretty similar to traditional comic books. The recording of me drawing is sped up 4 times, and I provide audio commentary on what I am doing
fallopiancrusader at 6:35AM, Dec. 29, 2016
Drawing one of the pages in my comic, MindFold, as a time-lapse video with audio commentary
Frae at 4:39PM, Dec. 13, 2016
Trying to help with broadening everyone's cast. If you have any ethnicity you would like me to cover, let me know!!
Frae at 4:37PM, Dec. 13, 2016
I made some videos to show people how to make their cast a bit more diverse! This one is about incorporating black people!
SLK8ne at 2:27PM, July 10, 2013
How to do quick and easy animation style cell type shading in the free image editing program Gimp. But, the idea can be used in almost any image editing program.
ozoneocean at 8:40AM, April 23, 2012
This is a short discussion of the merits and techniques of 3D art in comics, featuring the words, of Genejoke, El Cid, and Pam Harrison/House of Muses.
ozoneocean at 6:34AM, April 2, 2012
This is the 4th and last of Banes' screenwriting tutorials. We round up here with the final two story genres; “Superhero” and “Institutionalised”, rounded out with some more useful time and tricks on writing in general! This series has been part of the Quackcast screenwriting month, beginning with Quackcast 68 and ending with Quackcast 71.