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Celebrating by Bahogar
by Bahogar

Aptly enough, you mentioned color needing improvement, and color is something I struggle with too. For now, I think it would benefit yo...

Day 552 [12-23-14]: Bidwell's Shroud by BuuckPhotography

Nice choice in subject matter, and I like the extreme perspective you're achieving here. I think my main issue with the overall piece i...

Cute Assasin by Miss-Jazz-DaFunk

You've got some really nice things going on in the shape department, especially in the upper torso. I like the little push out in the g...

LAWLZY LAWLZ by Miss-Jazz-DaFunk

First off, great sketch. You can tell that your thought process was clear and uncluttered throughout the drawing. And you can tell the ...




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Justin Miller
Artist | Professional | Digital Art
United States
Former engineer turned graphic artist and illustrator.

Next few videos will follow me as I create a character design from the first stages to the last, eventually covering topics like model sheets, turnarounds, and construction sheets.  I will be utilizing many of the things I learned while taking Michael Mattesi's Force Character Design class.  If that sounds interesting to you, check it out!  Subscribe and comment!  I take feedback well (indeed, I could always use more of it).

New video is up.  Think I'm finally getting into a smooth workflow with Premiere Pro software.

Let me know your thoughts!  I take feedback.

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EymBee Featured By Owner Sep 23, 2015  Student General Artist
thanks for watching me :)
TT19 Featured By Owner Aug 17, 2015  Professional Digital Artist
awesome gallery buddy ...
jerseycajun Featured By Owner Aug 18, 2015  Professional Digital Artist
Thank you kindly!
jackcrowder Featured By Owner Aug 14, 2015  Professional Digital Artist
All this banter, it was time to add you to the 'list.
jerseycajun Featured By Owner Aug 14, 2015  Professional Digital Artist
Thanks a bunch, man!  Glad to have you aboard!
cartoonstudy Featured By Owner Aug 10, 2015  Hobbyist General Artist
Thank you for the watch. Really enjoy your gallery as well. Added you to my watch also. Please accept this llama.
jerseycajun Featured By Owner Aug 10, 2015  Professional Digital Artist
Thanks!  The feeling is mutual!  (And thanks for the Llama as well!)
Sol-Caninus Featured By Owner Jul 22, 2015   General Artist
Do you ever use DA Muro?  It looks and works a lot like Mischief, except for the infinite canvas.  Is it worth working on?
jerseycajun Featured By Owner Jul 22, 2015  Professional Digital Artist
Tried it.  Not a fan of the way the layers work, personally.  Checked it out again a week ago just to see how it's been updated.  The brushes have gotten more diverse, but Mischief still feels more natural.  Manga Studio too, for that matter.  Can't customize the controls to my tablet so it typically results in a lot of the aforementioned keyboard pecking (And I really like having both hands on the tablet at all times during drawing).  Also, I'm still old-school enough to appreciate having a copy of the drawing software installed on this end of the internet :)  You know, in case of loss of connection or disruption of service, etc.

It's nice in concept, but if I'm going to do something along those lines I'd be more inclined for something truly involving a group of artists all working on the same drawing simultaneously kind of thing.  Then the cloud-art aspect makes more sense to me.

Not sure what it's options are for outputting your art either.  Never got far enough along in a piece that I considered saving the results out to something else.

If you try it and get further than I did with it, let me know your experience.
Sol-Caninus Featured By Owner Jul 22, 2015   General Artist
I'm playing with it, which is why I asked.  But like you, haven't gotten to the point of being serious enough to import/export, save, etc.  But I like it, so far.  Will let you know how it goes as I progress. 
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