Hey, so i noticed that at 4:07 you mentioned "Leaving it at default." I was wondering what that was exactly because i've been hearing it in afew line art tutorials and was wondering if that affects lineart or the overall art piece. I'm new to paint tool sai so i wouldn't know XP But i don't have the full version of Sai so maybe that explains why I'm not seeing the setting. (awesome tutorial by the way, really helped me!)
Yes is completely right, these videos are so helpful with your commentary and tips because often in an image tut, it's easy to miss what the artist is meaning because you can't see the movement!
I read above in one person's comment that Sai is free. Is that actually true?
Thanks so much for these tutorials, they are very helpful and you have offered some very practical advice that makes this whole process a lot less daunting. I really admire how you do lineart, it's so clean, neat and fluid! Also, the inclusion of Jak and Daxter makes it even better
@00:35Eeeeep, do you have the new versions of the games?! We recently got the whole set for PS3 and they are amazing!! We had the orriginals but gave them to our cousins when we moved to Switzerland. Arghhh I love Jak and Daxter <3 Awesome drawing by the way, and nice tutorial, it helped me :3 I suck at lineart
@00:35Well, it's much better quality definitely! I find it hard to remember the old games, I was only 7 ish, but the graphics is way better than anyone would ever put with a Jak and Daxter game. It's awesome because it's all three original games on one disk :3
@00:35Oh cool yeah I know, having all 3 in one place is awesome, especially vonsidering I have hundreds of games taking up all my space o.o lol I was gonna get it when it first came out, but I'm just waiting for it to drop in price a bit