What? Power painters is free . I charge for some premium supplies and assets to help people out, but mostly it's about generating free educational & creative content. I teach others and myself simultaneously, so it works nicely.
Anyway, the cleaning up & coloring will have to be a topic I discuss in a tutorial video or something. I'd love to show others how to achieve more pleasant lines. I'll link you to the video once it's done.
Drawing with mouse isn't ver fun at start. But good tutorial, it took me to see many good artists site to learn face proportions properly, you showed a straight forward tutorial without any theories behind it. It's good for beginners, though theory helps a lot for more than beginners.
I love theory as well, so my goal is to write up some theory for my next tutorial. I'm still testing the waters of making tutorials and seeing if people like very linear steps or more open fundamental theory.
Also, I believe it's VERY important to get a tablet, otherwise it's much smarter to follow these steps traditionally. You need the most control over your lines as you can have to achieve the best results. You can get a very professional one for cheap too: Tablet for under $200.00
Glad you liked the tutorial though! I'll be making more in-depth ones soon.
Yeah I have experienced the stray lines by mouse, guess it's on paper or on tablet. Thanks for the link. I just wanna know if you use wacom "www.wacom.com/en/ap/creative/i…", can it run all types of programs, if I had already bought the programs and if it can work on more than 300 dpi as well as large 1600*1200 canvas?
I work up to 600DPI using my wacom, and Go up to 4000*2800. It also runs on every program, pressure sensitivity and all.
I'll let you know that Wacom tablets DO take some getting used to, as they're a bit different than traditional mediums. The surface is pleasant to draw on, but takes about a week or so of consistent use to feel "right." All professionals use one though .