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Re: Tutorials please?

Post by Fabrice » 16 Apr 2012, 13:26

This is why I prefer the tutorials done on video
work in progress :)
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Post by artfx » 20 Apr 2012, 10:48

I am launching my first in a series of new TVP Animation 10 tutorials! You can see the thread I created for it HERE!
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Post by ingie01 » 15 Jun 2012, 10:34

I am still waiting for the "in house" tutorials for tvPaint 10. This is referring to my original posts here. The independents are making very good training videos for pay, Terrance Walker(artfx) for one. I do not want to pay,pay,pay.

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Post by Paul Fierlinger » 15 Jun 2012, 10:44

You get what you pay for. That goes for the supermarket as well as the tutorial market. If you want to eat, you either grow your own food or pay someone to grow it for you.
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Post by Fabrice » 15 Jun 2012, 11:16

ingie01 wrote:I am still waiting for the "in house" tutorials for tvPaint 10. This is referring to my original posts here. The independents are making very good training videos for pay, Terrance Walker(artfx) for one. I do not want to pay,pay,pay.
still work in progress.
Sorry we are late. But I confirm it's not cancelled.
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Re: Tutorials please?

Post by ingie01 » 04 Jul 2012, 07:58

I was glad to see on youtube the beginner tutorials for tvPaint 10.xx. The vids/tuts are not listed in the tutorial section of the tvPaint website. Why the choice of no monologue with these tutorials? Expediency perhaps?

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Post by Elodie » 04 Jul 2012, 08:38

Because I exported, converted and uploaded those tutorials yesterday and I'm also currently writting a newsletter about them, Android and other stuff and I am alone to manage all those things, while, at the same time, I prepare quotations and answer emails I receive and so, it is normal if the tutorials are not already uploaded on the website, because I only have 2 hands ;)

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Post by slowtiger » 04 Jul 2012, 11:57

Hm, would it help to turn your avatar image into an octopus? *g*

Mind that german saying: "Ich bin hier auf der Arbeit und nicht auf der Flucht!" ("I'm here just at work and not on the run!") And just take your time. Nobody will complain!
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Post by Elodie » 04 Jul 2012, 11:59

Thanks Slowtiger =)

Oh and yes, we decided to do something soundless, because our English accents are not pretty good and it is too complicated. Btw, we also thought that it would be easier to read text for people who are not really used to English speaking =)

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Post by idragosani » 04 Jul 2012, 13:24

I actually prefer not having voice over just so I can watch the video and listen to music. David Revoy's wonderful videos are done this same way!
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Post by idragosani » 04 Jul 2012, 13:29

Elodie wrote:Because I exported, converted and uploaded those tutorials yesterday and I'm also currently writting a newsletter about them, Android and other stuff and I am alone to manage all those things, while, at the same time, I prepare quotations and answer emails I receive and so, it is normal if the tutorials are not already uploaded on the website, because I only have 2 hands ;)
And you always take the time to answer questions here on the forum. You are awesome and let no one underappreciate the work you do to help make TVPaint what it is!
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Re: Tutorials please?

Post by Elodie » 04 Jul 2012, 13:37

Thank you for all your kind words :oops: :D

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Post by D.T. Nethery » 04 Jul 2012, 13:41

idragosani wrote:
Elodie wrote:Because I exported, converted and uploaded those tutorials yesterday and I'm also currently writting a newsletter about them, Android and other stuff and I am alone to manage all those things, while, at the same time, I prepare quotations and answer emails I receive and so, it is normal if the tutorials are not already uploaded on the website, because I only have 2 hands ;)
And you always take the time to answer questions here on the forum. You are awesome and let no one underappreciate the work you do to help make TVPaint what it is!

I agree !

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Re: Tutorials please?

Post by artfx » 07 Jul 2012, 05:49

Are more people in favor of voiceless tutorials? I have a couple of short ones I will likely release free, and I just finished a new drawing video (with voice), but finding a time and a place to record here has been the bane of my existence. Shanghai can be a very noisy place most of the time. I could do so many quick little things I have ideas for if voiceover was not an issue.

I wanted to check out David Revoy, but as always there are many sites I can't get to. I found one, where he painted in MyPaint, and it seemed like a sped up capture of his workflow with comic book style text bubbles for explanation. A very cool idea. I wonder, though, how well it would go over with viewers?
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Re: Tutorials please?

Post by idragosani » 11 Jul 2012, 12:12

Speaking for myself, I like silent tutorials so I can watch without sound or having to put headphones on. Another issue with some tutorials I've seen (not yours, BTW) is that some people don't plan out very well what they are going to say, so there are a lot if "uh" and "um" and false starts, or the speaker starts rambling about something not directly related to what he or she is drawing. A silent tutorial with labels can better draw your attention to things and stay focused. Maybe the voice over would work better if the author would record the painting first and then do the narration afterwards, so there is less rambling and a more planned out voice session.
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