for a work shop it might be cool to do a masters landscape and architecture. Maybe with some small human figures in the painting.
you know what would be really wild, is an H. R. Giger workshop! Man that would be great to see how people paint his stuff.
Or a workshop on master painters that did creatures, like dragons. Artist like Boris Vallejo, Giger, and I cannot think of others right now.
For tutorials I love to see how people work, anyone who has camtasia or another screen capturing program can make a video of them painting. Does not have to be a painting from start to finish, maybe 15 minutes on the beginning process, 15 on the middle process and 15 on the finishing process, this way someone gets a good idea how someone works with digital painting. They would get to hear the artist talk and explain as they paint, see what brushes they choose, and the brush settings, and most importantly see their every stroke.
I think this is better than those super fast videos with no sound. Camtasia can make pretty small video files, with the techsmith and mp3 for audio.
I am thinking about doing a video to help beginners overcome the big hurdle I had to overcome. The common problems I ran into and how I solved them.
I would really love to see someone painting in Painter IX, because I am new to this software, and I would like to see what brushes they choose and so forth.
If anyone especially beginners are interested in seeing a video step by step let me know, this will motivate me to make one. And what you would like mostly to see in the video.