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Old 04 April 2005   #1
Videotutorial: Painting a worm..



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A videotutorial that shows how to draw an earthworm that is hanging around at a bad place.

This clip shows how I seperate the sketch lines from the painting suing layers. It doesn't explain what functions I am using, though it might be helpful

note that it is speeded up 2x, if you think its too fast then Pause it

Have fun
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Old 04 April 2005   #2
Instead of using the zoom button, you should use Ctrl & +
 
Old 04 April 2005   #3
i think your worm will look better without the black outlines, get rid of them or make them white like this worm in shark tale
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Old 04 April 2005   #4
paperclip: im not sure if thats quicker, because the + is on the other side of my keyboard, and my other hand is holding the pen. i believe its quicker to just press z, then go back to brush clicking b. but i believe thats something we get used to. for me it takes less than 0,5 seconds.

jŚnnis: Ill be damn, im gonna sue the creators of that film. they stole mye idea
yeah, i believe one can do a more decent job that this one.
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