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Okay so, unfortunately, some of the footage was lost in this one. Most of the video is still intact, so it's completely watchable.
I tried something a little different this time. I started the recording earlier. This means you get to see my initial sketching process and how I construct my drawings.
I also decided to cut out the lineart and flat coloring phase. Mainly because it's always kinda boring. Like, lineart is just watching me trace the construction sketch and flats is just me plopping in colors. Not as riveting as the sketching and shading processes are.
Anyway, I hope you still enjoy this and give me any feedback if you want.
DON'T WORRY IT'S NOT 2019 ALL OVER AGAIN!
I'm pausing this month because I didn't put out much content last month and probably won't be putting up much more this month.
Patrons will NOT be charged on April 1st. My regular work flow will resume in April, as I'm currently working a temp job from February to March. Sorry for the wait.
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