So the best way to get access to this is to SUBSCRIBE to my Youtube channel because I might not post everything to this blog. If you want to search for it then type in BrubakerMotion into Youtube or my name and you should be able to find it easy.
To give you some examples of what I’m doing here are some of my recent videos. Here’s one on Coloring Comics. – Making the Textures.
Here’s an interview with Daniel Lieske from my old Making Comics Podcast:
Here’s a Q&A where I answer my thoughts on Renting a studio space vs. having a home office:
Here’s a Q&A TUTORIAL on converting your comic pages to the Webtoons format:
Here is a time-lapse video of me drawing a spread from Sithrah book 3:
And finally, here is a Behind-the-Scenes video of Coffee Table Comics that I just posted yesterday where we talk about a bunch of stuff including the possible future of reMIND:
So, there you have it. I actually have been busy doing something. haha. Please tell all your friends about it and subscribe yourself because I’m finally going for it. My goal is to be actively making youtube videos this whole year and see how it goes. :)
Thanks again for all your support here over the years. See you soon!
I never got around to posting a link to the third part of My Longest Interview Ever with Chris Oatley and Lora Innes. I still get emails all the time about this series of interviews and how much it has helped people. It’s really a good feeling to know that just having an interview can help people with their own dreams, careers and faith. :) I hope you find something useful out of it too. Here it is on Youtube too:
If you guys haven’t heard about Chris Oatley yet then you really need to go and check out his websites because he has some of the best art education out there. Plus he is just an all around good guy that really genuinely loves to help people achieve so much more with their art.
He has some great online courses to take that will teach you way more than an art college education will give you. (In my opinion) Not to mention it is a fraction of the price of any art college.