This is the second part of my speedpainting of =FuzzyYak
This video represents minutes 10-25
As with the Hellboy Speedpaint, I've left the toolbox in view so that you can which tools I'm using and when. For the most part I'm using nothing but the Brush tool at about 15% opacity, switching between white & black.
I've included a few commonly asked questions here for quick reference. Hopefully, you'll find this useful.
P.S. I made the eye smaller after working on Part I but I didn't record it. I used the exact same technique as in the Big Red Speedpaint - Finale
See Part I here --> [link]
Q. Do you use a graphics tablet?
A. Yes. I haven't used a mouse for painting since 2004.
Q. How do you change the brush size so quickly?
A. Use the square brackets. [ decreases the brush size, ] increases it.
Q. How do you swap between foreground and background colours?
A. Pressing X swaps the currently chosen fg & bg colours. Pressing D returns to the black & white default.
Q. Which screen capture software do you use?
A. This is recorded with Camtasia Studio 5. Download a 30-day trial here.
Q. How many layers are there?
A. Since the very essence of speedpainting is to work quickly, I only use two layers - one for the black background and one for the paint.
Q. Where is the reference image?
A. I use a two-screen setup. What you see in the videos is probably only about a third of my left monitor - this is to keep the filesize smaller. The ref photo is over on the right-hand screen.