i discovered him when stalking ruanjia's old sketchbooks in an attempt to learn more about his style (probably something like 10 years ago now) and saw an interesting construction study of a skull he did. i dunno what it was about it at the time, but when i saw ruanjia's study of this, it just made a whole lot of sense; like something clicked in my brain and i needed to know more about how to study like this for not just the skull but for every body part. after scouring the internet to find where he learned to draw the skull like that, turns out, it was from vilppu.>>5227725
pretty much nails it. he's a great teacher. i bought all his videos. the quality of the video is a bit off (audio mostly) but the lessons there are solid.
it felt like i was sitting in on a lecture he was leading; i also went to art school for animation, so the quality is comparable except he is much better at explaining things than my professors were and also no retarded students to interrupt the flow.
vilppu is based and vilppu is life.