Here's the second of the two bimbo teefs from that /d/ thread. They were both done in like, an hour, from sketch to colour. That being said I'm actually pretty fairly happy with how they both turned out.
Great job! I gotta ask though, what are you doing that allows you to make something that good in an hour? That's impressive to say the least and I'd love to be able to speed up my process by that much.
It was probably a little over an hour but definitely less than two. After a while of producing a ton of art to meet deadlines you start picking up a bunch of little tricks and shortcuts. Of course the piece itself suffers but you get it done faster.
When you're drawing constantly, especially when you're drawing to meet deadlines you start to pick up a lot of little shortcuts that make the process go a hell of a lot faster. The downside is obviously that you spend less time in each part of the process and the final piece comes out not looking as good as it could.
I've been meaning to make a kind of tutorial for a while now, or start streaming or something. Unfortunately I am way too lazy. Linework is always on a separate layer. ALWAYS. That way you can lock the pixels and colour them, with the added bonus of having to not worry about ruining your lines. And yes, for all my stuff on DA and FA I've been working digitally for about a year now (maybe more).
Yeah that's happening for me as well, it's just a result of the disconnect between tablet and screen as well as the frictionless surface of the tablet itself. My lines are way more tight and controlled irl. The trick is to just practice with the tablet until you can match your traditional inking or to the point where you're using the looseness to your advantage (or both, I guess, ideally).