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I just saw this on youtube and i am amazed

I am amazed that this can be done is photoshop. I have it and i never use it for anything like this. The people that do these must have a strain of ortism or something similar.

Apparently the Guy that did this (Nico Di Mattia) does alot of these, but this was one of the best ones and it relates to OCN

Enjoy

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I'm a beginning artist, and I must say, I'm highly impressed by all his work. Currently, I draw out my pictures, but later, I'm going to get a tablet so I can do the same thing that he does on Photoshop!
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I'm a beginning artist, and I must say, I'm highly impressed by all his work. Currently, I draw out my pictures, but later, I'm going to get a tablet so I can do the same thing that he does on Photoshop!
damn I envy you...really! I have a friend who has a graphic tablet, and is an amazing artist too, add them together and the result is outstanding.
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looks like it was run as a script and sped up.
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I'm a beginning artist, and I must say, I'm highly impressed by all his work. Currently, I draw out my pictures, but later, I'm going to get a tablet so I can do the same thing that he does on Photoshop!
I have a small 4x6 wacom tablet. They are a blast to use but do a bit of getting use to from pencil and paper. I would suggest either Painter 10 or Sketchbook Pro for drawing and Painter 10 or Photoshop for colors. Use a combination of Painter and Photoshop for some great effects.

I wouldn't call this speed painting, thou the video is sped up quite a bit. I'd imagine for my experience drawing Transformers this probably took him a few hours. Especially with switching back and forth with brushes.

Now if you really want some fun. Get one of these Cintiq 21UX they are a bit pricey, but if you doing Professional work, it can save you tons of money on supplies and time. I draw comic books and between paper,lead and other supplies it runs me about $75-$100 a month. Of course really depends on your current project. Now after 2 years give or take a few months, the Cintiq 21UX pays for it's self pretty quick.......and having an undo button at your finger tips is priceless

I'll be picking one up in a few months. Nice find boydyboyd
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