I appreciate those. I'll see if I can give them some use. I don't really know much about stabilizers myself, I use a 20 distance and 2 delay, and I noticed David Revoy uses 75 and 15 if I'm not wrong. I still don't know what's the best feel for me yet.>>4071866
That looks a bit useful, but I can't read your handwriting. I paint over the lineart and I dunno if it's the brush I use or what, but I get uniform lines looking like they're from a vector, clashing really badly with the colors inside. >>4071185>https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zC3OxonJcXQ
This is a great meme, I love how he builds faces out of pretty much nothing. The way he paints is what I'm looking for. I'll keep an eye on this channel.>>4071947
Thank you so much, that's clear and makes a lot of sense. I'll follow your advice too, this thread has been really helpful. I suppose what I'm seeing as the lineart is actually drawn over the finished painting and blended in to define some edges rather than the painting being drawn inside it.