Originally Posted by dM@n
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