Whether you're relatively new to computer graphics or an experienced cg veteran. It's important to have a personal workflow in place that allows you to be productive as an artist. Taking the time to customize your software's interface, learn keyboard shortcuts, strategize a new project or build your own personal asset library may seem daunting or unnecessary at first, but in the long run setting these up early on will save you an enormous amount of time.
It's also important to make sure you're progressing and improving your skills on a regular basis. Knowing how to compare your past work against new projects can be an invaluable learning tool. The following collection of tutorials are all focused on workflow, speed and productivity, aimed to make you a better, more efficient artist.
To get started let's look at an example of an efficient workflow and the theory behind it in Hiten Mistry's The Making Of “Brooklyn City”