Thanks! I am making a character sheet for that design, I hope to see all the fantastic cosplay soon!
It would look nothing like Baymax, hehe.
Thank you! I really appreciate that!
Hi, and thanks for the compliment!
As for your question, there is no shortcut. It’s all practice, lots and lots and lots of practice.
It’s a boring answer, but it’s the truth, you’ve got to practice to get better at anything ;)
Hi pipluppp, thank you very much! I’m glad you enjoy my art!
As to what brushes I use, I don’t mind sharing them but they’re not necessarily going to work for you or others. What I do recommend is trying out different brushes until you find one (or several) that suits your needs.
The handful of brushes that I do use have been selected over several years, so I can’t remember where exactly I’ve gotten them. Definitely check out The Round Tablet, they have featured many brush sets by many professional artists.
Take a look at kyletwebster's brushes too, they are the most recent ones that I've been toying around with and I've really enjoyed using them! They are well worth the money too, and a complete steal if you ask me.
Haha looks like I’ll be doing a character sheet then ;)
Hi sp-art! Thanks for your question and support! I really appreciate it!
To answer your question, I’m attending the Emily Carr University of Fine Arts + Design here in Vancouver.
I’m not an animator though, I’m majoring in illustration, so I can’t really comment on which colleges/universities offer a good animation course. The only thing I can suggest is to make sure you do your research and make sure the school that you’re applying to offers the courses that you want to take. You are, after all, going to be spending quite a significant amount and it is your education. See if you can arrange a school tour if possible too, that can be tremendously helpful in helping you decide which school you might want to attend.
I hope that was helpful!