"Destiny" Visual Development part 2

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Hey guys, If you liked my free videos I have some good news for you. I will be starting a brand new series to run along side my Real-Times and Visual Development videos.
“ArtCast” is a New experimental Video Podcast series where I will be joined by Professional Artists and producers in the industry to talk about the current topic that matters to us and the viewers. We will chat about what’s going on in the industry, answer viewer questions, and generally just have a good time. This series will need your help to get going full-speed.
This is why I want to introduce you guys to a fans supported platform calls Patreons. Patreon was created to enable fans to support and engage with the artists and creators they love. Empowering a new generation of creators and contents that otherwise would not see the light of day.
So I’m asking you guys to check out my Patreons page, ask me questions, and help me keep our Free series going by being a patron to my cause. My goal is to keep painting live and broadcast concept art tutorials to reach and help more aspiring artists to go pro.
Link is in the descriptions, Thank you for listening, and catch you guys in the next video!
Visual Dev. “Destiny Part 1” Making of a Poster Art.
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This tutorial will include a 1 hour of commentary, taking you from the Thumbnails stage where we left off from Realtime Episode 2, to polishing up the painting to a marketing art finish. Over 5 hours of painting and decision making compressed into a easy to understand process.
This painting focus on using tricks to compose a highly detailed painting in a short amount of time, and detailing efficiently through problem solving. We will be discussing using different ways to improve concept art making process, and introduce the use of a rough Zbrush model to help with the development of the piece.
If you like this tutorial don’t forget to add me on Facebook to get the latest updates, and leave a comment below and let me know how you feel about the process, ask me questions to be answered in next week’s video.
Art Station,