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    One of these days I'm going to take one of the better thumbnails and work up a full painting... but until then here's some more.

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    Those thumbnails are looking really good. I especially like the first one in the last update. This is a really good idea, I should start doing some of these too.

    Just one tiny crit, maybe try to vary up the lighting/mood on some of them? Instead of having the constant high saturation super colorful sci-fi/fantasy mood, maybe go for some more subtle natural colors? But, if that's not what you're going for, then just completely ignore me.

    Keep up the great work!

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    Man thoose are great thumbs!!

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    bandaidboy12: Thanks! You're probably right about the colors/mood... I use dramatic effects too much sometimes I think. Good advice.

    Bushido: Thanks, man, I'll get back to thumbs soon.

    Saw some great B&W work recently and thought I'd try my hand at some digital B&W. Fun to do (though the linework is all over the place). From imagination, of course.

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    I love the thumbs but my favourites are those pencils in post #1. I wanna see more of them
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    Thought I'd give speedpainting a try.

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    More pencils whenever I bother to do some scanning.

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    Nice speedpaint but one thing I'd say though is try to slow down in your lights. Speed paint in low contrast but slow down in high contrast since you are still trying to convey the image even though you are working fast.

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    Love your stuff noah!!!
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    So inspiring!

    Its Amazing, your sketches inspire me , thank you.

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    Whats up noah! Im really digging those speed paints you really capture alot of movement and rythm in them. Looking forward to seeing more -Jamie

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    Thanks for the kind remarks everyone. Don't know that I really deserve them, though. So far to go!

    Anyways, here's another speedpaint as well as some color study thumbs I did as per Jason Manley's pre-color-class assignment. Though I (sadly) missed the class, I had a good time doing the studies.

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    Tried a more subtle scene for a speedpaint today. Sometimes I feel like I can only do dramatic lighting.

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    Also, if anyone feels like watching me paint, I've been recording these on Livestream. Come by and watch sometime! Friend me on facebook if you want some sort of notification of when I'm painting.

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