Week 2 Recap
 


On Monday, we hit $30 and four patrons (thanks so much guys!) and that means I release a bonus alcohol marker or watercolor tutorial for you guys. If you have a preference as to format (blog post, video tutorial, or a mix of the two) or have some specific questions you'd like to see covered, please comment below. If you don't have a preference, I have a few things in the works I think you guys will like!


Sunday, February 22: I hit 500+ subscribers on YouTube this week, so I did a vlog and thank you image to thank everyone!:


A portion of a large sketchdump also went live on the blog on Sunday: http://www.nattosoup.blogspot.com/2016/02/january-2016-sketches.html


Monday, February 23rd: Watercolor Flower Study (timelapse video): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h4oiTiSfGHQ


Wednesday, February 24: January 2016 Watercolor Studies: http://www.nattosoup.blogspot.com/2016/02/january-2016-watercolor-studies.html


Saturday February 27th: Markering Amateratsu with POSCA re-edited (tutorial for using POSCA waterbased paint markers): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p8xsDlykvZ0 (warning: this is a long video!)


Sunday February 28th: November-January Miscellaneous Color Illustrations: http://nattosoup.blogspot.com/2016/02/november-january-miscellaneous-color.html


In Progress:


On Tuesday, February 23 I hit up Michaels and picked up some Ranger Adirondack alcohol inks for testing and review purposes. I have a mini overview in the works, and I started a post on making alcohol inks at home. I also recorded a video on setting up an alcohol ink palette, and I'm excited to show you guys how it works and put it to a field test.


This weekend, I started recording the watercolor segment for my upcoming Intro To Comic Craft series. You guys can look forward to that starting towards the end of April.


I'm almost finished with the Pitt Artist Pen and Big Brush Pen review on the blog. It's a really in-depth review, exploring how Pitt Pens handle as markers on several types of papers, and it's a sneak peek into the Marker Compatibility Paper Test series I'm working on for a little later on in the year.


All in all, this week was a busy week, but a good week! I hope you guys had a great week too. If you have anything you'd like me to signal boost to my Twitter, or maybe write a blog post about (launching a webcomic/youtube/blog, whatever) please leave a comment about it. For longer stuff, like interview requests, just shoot me an email at [email protected]