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    Speed paintings

    Hi everybody.....

    It`s been a long time since I post, so I want to share some speed paintings I made for LOS HIJOS DE SU MADRE, a studio in Mexico, so what you think..

    Nice to be active in this forum, cool entries here...

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    Keep conceptartualizing.....

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    maybe its too rough?
    i really like it as sketch.
    keep posting

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    I love the second one. The lighting is really superb - I love the way that it looks like it has so much detail for a speed painting, yet it is only when you look really close that you notice it has been put together quickly. It seems you have a real skill in using light to trick the eye.

    Great stuff, keep posting

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    Very nice. I would try out some square brushes for the more architectural elements though.

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    the environment in the second one is great, but I don't like how rough you made the characters.. It's not the lack of detail, but the way you've put down the strokes. they are far too scratchy and scribbly. I can't see and reasoning behind the strokes and they seem as if you haven't put much thought into them.

    Keep it up though, these are looking pretty good !

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