Link to amazon listing
EDIT: Mick is aware of it
Hey thanks a lot for sharing it on Reddit!! Please be sure to subscribe and hop on my Patreon bandwagon! I'm trying to start releasing a new cartoon every other week! More support and I will quit my day job and animate full time! lol. I <3 U
> and no longer being an animator.
That isn't really the case, though. It's a similar case as with Stamper, he animates but doesn't really release stuff (yet).
I was on one of Ross's Twitch Streams, and Star (someone who was drawing with him) was actually getting annoyed that people were making fun of the fact that he was hasn't uploaded anything, saying that he does draw and animate every day. It made me think of what was said in I believe the 1st Q&A of the podcast (If not that, then the first episode they actually do talk about animation, which is probably 3 or 4(shit, I should stop listening to this podcast so many times)), how everyone has full time jobs outside of animating for their YouTube channels. Egoraptor happens to have a job that everyone sees everyday.
It's a generic text-to speech, so not too surprising. It's also in TF2 when he says "WE ARE IN THE BEAM."
Here's the site: http://www.acapela-group.com/demo-tts/DemoHTML5Form_V2.php
The name is WillFromAfar (emotive voice)
I actually found it on this site with the voice "WillFromAfar" and plain "Will" is the voice that introduces the lost episodes
FEATURING SPAZKEED, ONJY, PSYCHICPEBELS AND STAAMPER.
I WAS ONCE FONDLED BY A PENGUIN KINGPIN IN A WIN-WIN SITUATION.
also, for maximum immersion, use http://www.acapela-group.com/demo-tts/DemoHTML5Form_V2.php? and select WillFromAfar
OBS is good not only for streaming, but also for recording. It's very decent quality, and easy after initial setup. It is free, and you can find many tutorials for initial setup. Here's a link to the official site for it https://obsproject.com/
It's an emulated voice, like Microsoft Sam. Sleepycabin has nothing to do with it.
Type in anything you want here and choose the voice "WillFromAfar". It's what the guys used for Captain Dickhead's voice.
my nigga, you don't even have to have a twitter account - look it up before posting https://twitter.com/sleepycabin
>Next Friday's podcast : update . https://www.patreon.com/posts/snow-boned-4193330 …
>We apologize for the delay, and will be back on schedule next week. Be certain of that.
They ended that. I recall them saying that they had other means of income and that it was taking a lot of time from content creating, but I can't be sure I'm just going off of memory.
yeah, I have plenty of other things I can watch or listen to while I wait also.
don't mind it myself because of that...
I think I said it before, but Cox and Crendor had similar shedule issues.
They eventually ended up making it 'per episode' I believe to appease the masses.
maybe making a set amount of podcasts per month will help you guys? week?
what I'm saying is explore all the diffrent ways you can release a podcast.
I think at one point Zach and Niall both mentioned pixelovely, which is now known as line-of-action. It's used for gesture drawing, and you can choose different courses for your drawing, like male/female, nude or clothed, time limit, etc. https://line-of-action.com/
Another helpful tool that i don't think they mentioned, but is really useful, is called pureref. It's a desktop application that allows you to easily sort reference pics, as well as rotate and flip them for easy viewing. http://www.pureref.com/index.php
I'm not one of the SleepyCabin bois, but maybe I could help you out.
For Anatomy, I use Atlas of Human Anatomy for the Artist by Stephen Rogers Peck. It is a great resource, can be easily found online as a PDF, or buyable for 10-20 dollars.
Alphonso Dunn also has great beginner videos into understanding the basics of anatomy.
If you need any more resources, just let me know.
I'll add that to the list.
Video to get started.
Beta is beta for a reason. If things work properly then you're one of the luckier ones.
Even still life wasn’t photorealistic. There weren’t any schools of photorealism. There was always style involved, whether with shadow, emphasis on motion, facial exaggeration (the eyes are always enlarged in Baroque portraits), etc. Even some of the most realistic schools of the renaissance like the Northern Renaissance weren’t entirely photorealistic. And sometimes they just weren’t skilled enough to do it or they didn’t care. Look at how Michaelangelo draws women. They’re just men with lopsided boobs!
The revolution of the Renaissance from the medieval style towards realism was a bunch of things we take for granted, like proportion, anatomy, framing (this is the element that makes stuff qualify for /r/AccidentalRenaissance), and making babies look like babies.
And it’s not like people weren’t capable of drawing naturalistically until the Renaissance. The Fayum mummy portraits have a renaissance style dating all the way back to 100 BC. Look them up, they’re shockingly modern.
I don't know if I'd go so far as to use the word "Artist", but a while back I realized I was pretty shit at drawing, and started practicing to be less shit. Here's muh Tumblr
don't worry i found it here it's the WillFromAfar voice and they used WillBadGuy for the AGUA EDITION part of senor treachery
The best book that I have ever read on drawing was from Wizard (Guide to Comics back in the day). Its called Wizard: How to Draw, Getting Started. You get lessons from the the greats of the comic book industry, with lessons ranging from proportion to facial features, perspective and so on. I am a graphic designer and I hold this book above all others. This is not to say that "Drawing on the Right Side of the Brain" is not good. I had that book in one of my classes, its just nothing like having litterally 50 of the best comic book artists in one book. Believe me you will be amazed. There are other books in the series, but this book is the concise version of the others. I LOVE this book. http://www.amazon.com/How-Draw-Getting-Mike-Searle/dp/0979256402/ref=sr_1_1?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1443117520&sr=1-1&keywords=wizard+how+to+draw+getting+started
When I went to art school this was the textbook we used and I love it. I still use it now. It's more classically focused, and has lots of medical diagrams which while interesting aren't exactly useful for everyday anatomy but it really helped me out
Damn, he is one incredibly handsome man. These look like the puppy slippers he has on
If you're about to get a tablet, and are on a budget, I would consider getting a wacom alternative, like the Monoprice 10x6. It has more or less the same specs as the Intuos 4 Medium, and works just as well, IMO. http://www.amazon.com/Monoprice-Inches-Graphic-Drawing-110594/dp/B00H4LAF9O/ref=sr_1_2?ie=UTF8&qid=1443923785&sr=8-2&keywords=monoprice+tablet
Thanks for the input guys, i thought this might be the place to ask since this is quite a creative community.
I would probably only settle for the 13HD as it's a big dive for me even just investing that amount of money i mean.
I'm not sure on if the size would be large enough, i'm well adjusted to working with 20"+ monitors and large Intuos tablets, not having that amount of arm movement might get a bit frustrating?
This would have been my other option, apparently they are actually really good and for far less, as the only thing that off puts me with Wacom products is the price.