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I got more done on this massive Undertale piece I started 3 months ago! I was able to pick the project back up a week/two ago and I’m loving how it’s coming out so far! It’s funny how all the scenery shots are coming out completely different than my original sketch hahaha. 

I just need to paint Undyne, Alphys, Papyrus, and Blooky and then It’ll be ready for Part 3 of the speedpaint! :D

Come see Part 1 and Part 2 here! :D

Part 1: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7xGrb4QK7eE

Part 2: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fTHWSyc8X6s

Part 3: Coming soon!

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anonymous asked:

Hi! I really admire your style and backgrounds, it has such a painty feel while still being super clean and polished-looking. I was wondering if you could share your brush settings that you usually use for backgrounds? I'm sorry if this has already been asked before ><

Hello, thank you for the admiration. I’m glad you like my works (*˘ε˘*) the truth is I use plenty of brush setting while drawing, never actually settled to one. I adjust the density/opacity/blending many times to get the correct stroke. however, there are several settings that I keen to use repeatedly.

⬆  I use this for painting clouds

⬆  stars

shooting stars

it is also very important to adjust stabilizer from time to time. for ex, I use to keep the numbers low when I paint clouds and leaves, and increase the number to paint waterfalls and shooting stars.

another one I can share is the blender :

I use water tool to blend almost everything.

hope it helps! the key is to always try (❛ ◡ ❛)❤