I quite like this, but I wouldn't really call it a tutorial. More like a step-by-step. A tutorial would explain each step in the process, but this has major gaps. How would I know how to add the shine to the metal? Just saying.
Why wouldn't you call it a tutorial as it is by definition? It may not be as detailed as you wish, but that does not make it not what it is.
tu·to·ri·al(t-tôr-l, -tr-, ty-) adj. Of or relating to tutors or a tutor. n. Something that provides special, often individual instruction, especially: a. A book or class that provides instruction in a particular area. b. Computer Science A program that provides instruction for the use of a system or of software.
Codin-the-Fe-MatoranFeatured By OwnerJan 7, 2012Hobbyist Traditional Artist
I know that what you're looking for is an answer from someone you decide is smart enough to consider, but I'm just a teenager who woke up on the wrong side of the bed this morning, and it's really just a word in the title anyway. I'm gonna make my point very brief. This man is a very talented artist, and I doubt that your little qualm with my friend means anything to him, but the evidence is right there for you to see. The only thing that provides any "instruction" in this piece is the colour palette in the top row, and that's not a tutorial. It's a reference. Do you know what else you call a reference with stages of progress? A step-by-step.