Anonymous said: You are amazing and awesome, seriously
Anonymous said: What brushes do you use in photoshop? What Ps version do you use? Do you use perspective often? Why dont you stream? What tablet do you have?
hahaha oh my, dearest anon, that’s quite a series of questions. alright alright, let’s see:
I started out with Photoshop’s default brushes and Kekai’s set. They aren’t suited for flashy techniques, so you’re forced to just paint, which is a wonderful thing. I still use them for practice. However, if you’re a touch more experienced, I use an abomination conglomerate set of Jaime Jones’, Kekai’s, Thomas Scholes’, Min Yum’s, and some of my own brushes. Really it’s all about creating, specializing, and learning how to use your tools.
I use Photoshop CS6.
Everything you ever draw and see is in perspective, so yes. It’s a very important foundation to sharpen and hone.
I don’t stream because I’m lazy, but it’s been requested a few times. I’ll begin to consider it heavily when I start putting my new computer together over the next month or two.
When I decided I wanted to be a painter I saved up everything I had and bought myself a Cintiq, which I still use. I’ve also used an Intuos tablet, and found that the differences in using either are almost entirely negligible after acclimation.
:] I do hope that helps, feel free to ask for clarification or explanation if any of it doesn’t make sense.