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Sunday, January 10, 2010

Paperwalker TV: Episode 2

Recently, I recorded another work-in-progress process: Line follows shape to create form...


Work In Progress Clip 2 on Vimeo
Software used: Photoshop CS4 · Tablet: Wacom Intuos 4

Clip stills:



12 comments:

  1. killer sketches. I always love visiting this blog.

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  2. Thanks for sharing those workflow movies! Very inspiring! And col sketches too (as always ;) )

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  3. Certified, love the movement/anticipation...

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  4. Hey Satzinger, Thanks for your clip,
    This is great,so perfect!

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  5. so beautiful watching this, thank you!

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  6. Mas paperwaker tv. Por que no haces uno, con dibujo hecho a mano, escaneado, para ver como lo limpias en photoshop?
    Y sería muy interesante otro episodio de como aplicas el color.
    Eres muy bueno

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  7. Really cool. It's very interesting and instructive for art students! Thanks!

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  8. I really loved watching you drawing and see what you drew, what you took away, how it evolved... I'll take that TV-channel on my 42" TV at home.

    Way to go. Always love your drawings and creatures :)

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  9. I have no words... I'm in love with that work, that characters!! That is so wonderfull, so creative... Thank you for posting that. I hope I can learn a lot with you (sorry for the bad english) :D

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