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Skinshark
11-27-2016, 10:35 PM
Hey All,

THE PROCESS (https://www.youtube.com/user/sequentialist), is my new YOUTUBE channel (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mwajj4loCd8&feature=player_embedded)for aspiring professionals. I'm a professional artist and writer who's worked in comics, video games and film. And now, I'd like to share some of that experience.
With THE PROCESS (https://www.youtube.com/user/sequentialist) I cover a lot of ground in terms of creativity and experimentation, style and real-world problem-solving. Videos vary in length from short Sketchbook Friday flip-thrus to full-on cover illustrations. I've got a lot planned for the next coming year and want to invite you to subscribe. The more subscribers the more I can expand on the content and conduct interviews with other creators.
The more eyeballs the better it is for everyone.

I hope you'll join me on this exciting journey.

Thanks,

=shane=

Almayer
11-30-2016, 12:00 PM
Love the videos in your channel. I've not seen every video, only the ones about traditional inking, crosshatching and deadline. But it looks a good place to learn from. I would love to see videos on putting the figures into place in a panel and use of the grid, and foreshortening of the figure. Hopefully you'll record anything on this topics anytime!

Thanks for sharing and good luck in the journey!

ayalpinkus
12-01-2016, 11:43 AM
Hi Shane,
I just watched the first video, and it was really enlightening! Very good tutorial! Now I'll have to dive into the other videos too, thank you for sharing, and thank you for putting these online!

RoboTwin
12-01-2016, 05:44 PM
I vicariously enjoyed the traditional inking on that sci-fi poster. Made me want to break out some brushes and ink. I'll probably have to try using windex to thin out my gummy ink.

sevans
12-01-2016, 06:26 PM
I will check them out tonight.

Skinshark
12-01-2016, 07:52 PM
Glad you guys dug the videos. I just recorded audio for a couple more...now onto editing.

ALMAYER: Yeah, good point. I'm hoping to do a longer series next year now that I've got a good idea of how much time each step takes. Thanks for the input. And please...share.

Also...I think I figured out why DW video links don't seem to work. I have to embed the URL for a playlist like this:

https://youtu.be/zSJQnhYKifQ?list=PLD7BysXqWkZy_c8kOGQlK6b428ZCuV5f s
Now if I could just edit the first post. :|

Cheers,
=s=

Almayer
12-01-2016, 08:13 PM
Wow! Great Kickstarter campaign! Love Braun, man! I've just shared the link on my facebook page and my deviantart timeline. I don't receive much visits, but hopefully it'll help a little.

I've just contributed with a Techie reward. I'm sorry, I'd like to contribute with more and receive the paper edition, but I'm unemployed at this moment :(

What a bunch of work you've done alone, it's incredible! Just today I saw that Pasqual Ferry reached the money to make his project "Alice" a reality. I hope yours go well and gets published, you deserve it!

Good luck!!

Skinshark
12-02-2016, 07:48 PM
Thanks for that...much appreciated every effort helps. A nail holds a board to create a building. It all counts.

But yeah, this is an amazing amount of work. Definitely the education everyone should partake in. If nothing else, it's a lesson in how to start and run a business.

Again, appreciate your support. :carrot:

=shane=

Almayer
12-09-2016, 08:48 PM
Hi Shane.

I've just read the last of your Braun Kickstarter project updates and I've shared it on tumblr and twitter too (I only did it on facebook and deviantart before, I don't know why...). You say every share makes you gain backers, let's see if this two shares help a bit more.

Greetings!