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lovely stuff here as always. Yuk everytime i visit i learn from you. thx!
from annecy, france 25mins, 45mins
ruf :wow thx a lot to you ! great work man, good colors and values
space-sprayer : awesome ! very realistic
[EDIT] 2nd version
Last edited by yuk; August 23rd, 2007 at 04:09 AM.
a couple of fast 1's together they took a hour great work everyone!!
An exercice on Scott Robertson's techniques
spent far too long buggering about. paid 4 it.
lovely everything darkos.
Awesome work everyone Yuk,what scott robertson video demo's that technique? that farm painting is sweet Darko's very clean
Wow, so much beautiful work. Where to start?
PXLPropheT - Lovely studies mate, I need to do more loose stuff like that.
Yuk - Love the colour pallette in this one. Different to your usual style i think, but it worked nicely.
Darkos - Lovely sketches, all 3! Congrats!
ruf - Nice work! The time spent paid off im sure.
After an hour and a half, I was forced to admit there were fundemental issues with scale and values Some work, some don't... this one didn't.
hey really nice ones lately guys.
could someone do a process next time they start a speedy? im interested in different peoples steps...
space-sprayer : Thx, yes, it's a little different, I don't know if it's good, but it's good experience
how do you get started on a speed paint??
great thread! Have overlooked it before. Really, awesome contributions by all!
about 1,5 hours.
dang darkos, that's really good. reminds me of Morisot
aw thanks for that dile, really interesting to see. a great help
my gosh darkos, im in love with that technique. the lighting in the last one, incredible, really.
yuk that new one really has my attention, in your gif it comes out of nowhere! im gonna try that. thanks for the process....
this page is looking awesome, so much inspiring stuff to learn from. thanks everyone!
Good work everyone.
very nice work here by all
Another speedy before bed
My first post here on Conceptart!
Welcome to the thread Ottosson. Here's another.
This is one using a movie still from Dawn Of The Dead as reference.
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