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Watch Phil McAndrew painting an illustration about fear.

(Source: youtube.com)

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Watch Brian Biggs draw the cover to his next book in the Everything Goes series: Everything Goes in the Air.

(Source: vimeo.com)

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Bryce Wymer has a whole series of these time-lapse videos of him drawing and painting in his sketchbooks. It’s probably just for the videos, but I am impressed that the books don’t appear to move during filming.

(Source: vimeo.com)

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Chuck Jones shows how to draw Bugs Bunny

(Source: youtube.com)

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I sure do love watching people draw. Here’s Vera Brosgol:

drawthisdress:

I did a livestream recording of myself drawing that last dress, if anybody is into watching stuff like that.

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Glennz Illustration Process - Defective (by Glenn Jones)

Watch Glenn Jones create one of his clever t-shirt designs in Illustrator. Am I seeing this correctly, and there’s no under-drawing being traced? Those are some vector skills at work.

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Jelle Gijsberts builds an illustration from scratch using Photoshop and Illustrator.

(Source: vimeo.com)

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Anatomy of a Linocut

Here is a great video of the process of making a (really big) linoleum block print. The artist is my mentor and friend, Bill Fick, and this is one of his signature style prints. Gorgeous!

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Tony Riff (by itdrewitself)

A short but slick video of artist Tony Riff at work. I love to watch people draw, especially when photographed so nicely.

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Creating Samurai Jack background paintings

Scott Wills created these demonstrations to help the Korean animators paint the backgrounds for Samurai Jack.

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Advanced Photoshop Techniques for UI (by Edward Sanchez)

This video is teeming with handy tips for the Photoshop user. And while it may seem to cater towards those doing UI design, most if not all of the tips and tricks are valuable to anyone using the software.

Pay particular attention to the various ways in which to use layer and vector masks. I am always shocked to see artists who don’t take advantage of what I consider one of Photoshop’s most valuable core features.