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  • Ok. here are some links to videos by Stephen Silver

    WARNING//Disclaimer.  Stephen Silver is an artist who has been in the Animation industry for sometime.  I'm only putting the disclaimer up, because he does use some salty language from time to time, which may not be OK with everyone here.  Or if you check any of his other videos. Which you will.  For most of his videos have very good advice.

    I have given similar advice to other Pro's and students alike.  Sometimes that advice has fallen on deaf ears.  I'm posting them, since I don't have a youTube channel.  Like I said, very good sound advice. I have only spoken to Stephen a couple times, but he seems very genuine.  He speaks from a place of experience, that only helps those who are willing to listen.  You in the end will be the person who decides and determines if you can apply IT to yourself.

    Protect your ART career

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jAI3HFYZG2Q

    part2

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k3YWMlbMvXk

    Business of Art Advice

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C3p1trHTqCI&feature=em-subs_dige...

    10 Action steps to take NOW-help you protect your ART

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fWngviwgbEE

    You can leave your comments.  I'm regularly busy but I will respond when time permits.  So, don't frat if I don't respond right of way.

    In the interest of service.  I'm making an effort to be more active in this community. I hope you understand.

    Best,

    Se G

  • Once again...amazing talents in here...'most impressive, indeed!
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Protect Your ART Career

Ok.  Here are some links to videos by Stephen SilverWARNING//Disclaimer.  Stephen Silver is an artist who has been in the Animation industry for sometime.  I'm only putting the disclaimer up, because he does use some salty language from time to time, which may not be OK with everyone here.  Or if you check any of his other videos. Which you will.  For most of his videos have very good advice.I have given similar advice to other Pro's and students alike.  Sometimes that advice has fallen on deaf…

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What's your order to the digital chaos of tools?

I would like tips and mentor help on this subject.My present organization is: (Manga Studio)1.  draw a reference in a digital drawing tool.  2.  add a layer and blue the layer I just worked on.3.  do it over and over4.  when I'm getting nowhere, add large grids5.  do 1,2,3 with grids6.  ruler the whole work(very recent... just started doing this - it's making a library of the lines in Manga Studio)7.  be confused with options now that I have a new file with the lines and too many optionsMy…

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Book Tours and Comicons

Dear friends,I recently had a graphic novel published and I am beginning to line up a book tour which includes signings, discussions and classes using the book. Have any of you done a book tour? If so, how did you go about lining up the schedule? what was helpful, what was not? Did you have better success at book stores or comicons? Is there anything you would recommend doing?PeaceEarnest Graham

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Superman painting on photoshop

From this sketch by Kevin Nowlan.Here's a link to a demo that I made as I painted this.http://s146.photobucket.com/albums/r241/billyjimbo/Nowlan%20Superman/Superman%20painting%20demo/?action=view&current=57f0cf28.pbrADVENTURES_OF_SUPERMAN_615 150.jpgADVENTURES_OF_SUPERMAN_615 150bg1-FINAL.jpg

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