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    Speed Paintings

    Been doing some speed paintings. All of these are strictly one hour.
    Never posted here before, hope I'm in the right place...and I'm not sure how to make these smaller on here. Maybe someone could explain that to me, haha.









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    Lovely, lovely stuff. top quality for speed paints.
    Really good work in your portfolio too.

    Keep posting fella

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    Amazing work! Looking forward to seeing more =]

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    Last work it was realy cool!
    I like it!

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    I know speed painting is supposed to be easy but I have no clue how to get the desired look. your speed paints are amazing - mine not even close. Mind telling me how you mastered it? But anyway I really like the first image. VERY nice work on everything in that picture good job man

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    Well, I still haven't mastered it, but thanks. If you search for Kory Hubbell on youtube, I have two of those paintings filmed and up there. I filmed the first image too, and I'll get it up there soon. I usually just throw down a textury background, throw some photo overlays on and mash them together, do some silhouettes or a quick drawing, then fill it in.

    Thanks for the compliments, guys.

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    Wow really nice job.I really like the different textures and small details you made in the different images within just the hour you made these.

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    excellent job on these speed paintings very well done

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