Subscribed. Just saw the latest one on the light and shadow. He spoke about things I didn't see in the books/tuts/videos on drawing I've seen/read.
He is very engaging. It looks professionally done. It's nicely edited and well presented. He's at least mildly funny/entertaining.
My only concern is that this channel probably goes dead after he releases his DVD.
ImagineFX puts about 3 hour long tutorials (in two parts) on YT. One of them was by Genzoman. Others are done by similarly talented people. It's not a speedpainting, but there is no commentary or even music. Luckily you can see what the artist does and learn from the artist because the tools he uses are clearly shown. I learned a lot from the one by Genzoman. I usually stop to watch such videos when I see that the artist is going to paint the remaining parts pretty much the same way.
I watch Artgerm's livestream painting sessions (they're available for watching in full even after he's done painting them live). I assume you know Artgerm. If not, he's an amazingly successful and talented digital painter who works with major game and entertainment companies and who blends realism with western comic and a bit of manga style (at least it looks like that to me). Also no commentary and he uses Painter 9.5, but his approach can be replicated in other programs.
That speedpainting tutorial was fantastic, thanks for sharing!
[link] is a great skin painting tutorial that's relatively easy to understand. [link] Not really a tutorial so much as a guide on spotting tangents. Super important for people who are doing comics, but it's a good thing to know in general anyways. [link] Expression tutorial by the guy who created Lackadaisy. [link] My favourite tutorial on perspective.