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    Awesome YouTube PS painting vids

    I've been looking through YouTube for any speed painting/demo vids and can only find stuff from mainly Nico Di Mattia (who's pretty good but I know there's gotta be more stuff out there!)

    If you know of any cool photoshop speed painting/demo vids post em here!

    I'll start with this one from Mattias Snygg

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    i didnt host this vid on youtube before i deleted the original from my HD (was massive filesize). check it out, nonetheless. painting sucks, likeness isnt even close, but i video'd it all the same. see how many times i change my mind on how something's rendered

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    I found this one, posted by Mattias Snygg - http://youtube.com/watch?v=tRs0cSymOUg

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    (Thanks Slash for the reminder!
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    Is this where i shamelessly plug my own youtube videos?

    Remember guys, you can use [yt] tags to embed the videos directly into the forum.

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    I made one but I don't think I'll make anymore because my computer lags SOOOO much when film myself painting. It's unbearable!

    And don't forget Mike Corriero's vids! http://www.youtube.com/user/MikeCorriero
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    Oh awesome, I didn't know Mike had videos. I'm definitely checking those out!


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    I have a question, for the mattias snygg video of the big rocks what exactly does he do at exactly -0:35? (1:24 if you watch it on the youtube site)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Skeiff View Post
    I have a question, for the mattias snygg video of the big rocks what exactly does he do at exactly -0:35? (1:24 if you watch it on the youtube site)
    Looks like he's laying down a texture layer and then transforming it into the correct size/perspective.

    At least that's what I think.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PatriciaS View Post
    Looks like he's laying down a texture layer and then transforming it into the correct size/perspective.

    At least that's what I think.
    I think you're confused as to where I'm asking, if you watch the embedded video that you have it's at -0:35 seconds. if you watch it on the youtube site, it's at 1:24. It's towards the end of the video and a screen pops up with his image on displayed in 3 different colors, and then the whole image gets a greenish tone to it. kinda like a color balance layer. But thanks anyway

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    Quote Originally Posted by Skeiff View Post
    I think you're confused as to where I'm asking, if you watch the embedded video that you have it's at -0:35 seconds. if you watch it on the youtube site, it's at 1:24. It's towards the end of the video and a screen pops up with his image on displayed in 3 different colors, and then the whole image gets a greenish tone to it. kinda like a color balance layer. But thanks anyway
    Okay! He's doing this: Image>Adjustments>Variations

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    Quote Originally Posted by PatriciaS View Post
    Okay! He's doing this: Image>Adjustments>Variations
    Nice! Thanks PraticiaS! I've never used that before.

    Sorry for spamming your thread Mike, haha. Here is a cool video of Hydropix painting:

    http://video.google.com/videoplay?do...33035100346155

    unfortunately it's a google video, so i cant embed it.

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