Here's a little sneak peak at an interview I shot with Monica Gallagher! It's gonna premier next Wednesday, but Patrons get to see it right
I spend about eight minutes shitting on Facebook. And then I uploaded the video to Facebook! LOL!
New vlog! Thanks to @ccshinobi for shooting with me as I talk about climbing and art like they're somehow related https://youtu.be/A0DtGWygzCM
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New Draw Jam! Doing a review of #copiccolors January set. And if you drop a comment on the youtube vid, you can win the set. No need to subscribe though it would be super appreciated. Enjoy!
If you got sweaty hands, I got some diy art glove solutions for ya! Also, the best part of the video is the first six seconds. Also please subscribe. Your boy is trying to make this thing happen!
New Draw Jam vloggy! Imposter Syndrome, yay! Plus a little story about one of many failed pitches that I've done throughout the years.
A little thing about tangents, why they suck, and how to deal with them.
Adobe's acquisition of Allegorithmic means that the Substance tools are coming soon to a Creative Cloud near you. Allegorithmic says that they're honoring the current subscriptions and licenses so that's really good for current users. But we're still waiting on details of how exactly the integration will work. Will they still offer perpetual licenses?
I'm not entirely sure how I feel about the move. I mean, this is great news for studios who are already subscribed to the cloud and Substance. This potentially consolidates their fees into one. I just don't know.
Anyway, here are my thoughts and a very primitive explanation of what
Substance can do.
The only way I'll ever get to try one is if I buy one outright or have a friend who has one. This really sucks for digital artists. So I propose a sort of workshop/demo day where tablet companies bring their gear and we all get to try them out!
Frenden has some truly great reviews and brush sets on his website
And his twitter is full of great arty insights and random Destiny bits