8 thoughts on “Andertoons Speaks!”

  1. I thought it was cool. I thought it was interesting that even though you hate drawing horses and horse-like animals, that your zebras really did look like zebras.

    It looked like this was sped up. What was the real time, start to finish, that it took to color this?

  2. HAHAHA… "MAN that looks like a Hyena" hahaha. Nice

    What size tablet do you work with?

  3. Very nice!

    If that's in real time, I want to know what kind of coffee beans you use. 🙂

    I've got a Wacom tablet, too. They're great for coloring work.

  4. Thanks everyone!

    Actually, this is slowed down! 🙂

    All in all it took about 30 minutes from start to finish.

    RO – I work on a 6 x 11 Intuos 3. The extra width rocks!

  5. I'm with you. I've got a 9x12er. There's debate over which is better… the 6×8 or the 9×12. For me, I learned animation on paper with a wheel so most of what I do when I'm blocking things out is shoulder movements as opposed to wrist… so I like the bigger tablet — it was an easier transition from paper to digital.

    So I'm guessing the 6×11 works well with dual screen setup or just offsets with the tool bars on either side in the program? I have a friend that has a "widescreen" tablet but not a widescreen monitor and he maps the sides of the tablet to the control panels in his programs so he has an uninterupted 4:3 space in the center to draw on. How does the extra width benefit you?

  6. I like the extra buttons enough… but it's hard getting used to them. I'm a bit thick headed I guess… but I often find myself using the hotkeys I set up and have been using for years rather than those nice little buttons inches from my arms natural resting place on the tablet. But I'll get used to it.

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