Background Art For A VTUBER - Speed Draw!

Background Art For A VTUBER – Speed Draw!

I’ve been using Adobe Character Animator CC to create a virtual vtuber avatar of myself to record myself speaking for some of my most recent videos. I think it’s great and really fun to use. For me, I get really nervous recording myself directly in front of a camera, (and it’s even worse having to edit the footage). Therefore, I think it’s amazing to have the opportunity to use my art to create a character of myself, which eliminates some of the stress, and lets me focus on the more important stuff – sharing my art making process and techniques with you guys. This speed drawing video is about how I designed the background art, based off my real desk. I hope you enjoy it!

Please CLICK on the video below to see the drawing process on how I created this background, which includes spoken commentary.

ART & VIDEO:
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MUSIC:
“March 3 Song” – Jessica McLeod-Yu

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Rocket Child

I am an independent animator and artist. I graduated from the University of Newcastle, Australia, with a Bachelor of Fine Arts (Honours) degree. I am also the Assistant Director of the Melbourne International Animation Festival. As a practicing artist, I specialise in drawing and 2D animation. However, I also have experience and the skills for painting, photography, installation, video art and editing, composing and recording music, fiction writing, sculpture, design and curating. Working at the animation festival, I have to opportunity to see the best new independent animations, meet and speak with many relevant animators, curate film screenings, organise and chair presentations and talks, and attend conferences and research trips. My Fine Arts background helps me understand the history of western art and how to analyse these films with a fair sense of judgment. View all posts by Rocket Child

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