Some quick smudge tool abuse before bed lol
Back to warm up again
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Last edited by twentyone; November 11th, 2011 at 03:08 PM.
in 60 min.
Good stuff, Wasker! love the composition and atmosphere.
Here's some of my first attempts at landscapes. They're about 1hr each
Okay, technically its a 3 hr speedpaint, but most of it was finding what i wanted to paint. sometimes I'll just open a new canvas and go until i get something nice. here's what popped out.
There is one of my speed paints, there are character designs there too, and other speed paints, like one of Conan O'Brien
Just click on my user.
That rendering in your landscapes is awesome Munin!
I did a little quickie composition based on Awesome Horse studio's livestream moment:
With very limited painting time this week, I started this one image, and after 2 hours, I was like 1% done. It turned out to be way more complex than I had originally hoped, and here I had wanted to do something quick. Frustrated and tired, I quickly whipped this gas city rough out to relax. I promise I'll get back to the other image some week when I have some decent time to devote to it.
My first at tries at speed painting. Since I'm trying to get a hang of the technique I'm just painting from reference photos at the moment.
I have no intention of becoming a professional artist, I just aspire to become a really good amateur.
Sketchbook: w176 love of the color dirt
I'm a newbie at speed-painting, but determined!!
25 minutes, each.
Last edited by PeopleEveryday; April 1st, 2012 at 03:07 AM.
I am a big fan of the Halo games, so did this piece of fan art for fun. The grunt characters are some of my favorites, not only do they have tons of personality, but overall I love the design. Since I own several of the McFarlane Halo Grunt toys, I did a little photoshoot, and used the photos as the basis for the character's pose. Painted in about 3-4 hours, the last couple of hours were mostly subtle color corrections, usually I start off with a pretty strong color scheme in mind, this one ended up coming together at the end of the piece.
Discovered this forum after a good few months! Here's some of my 'speedpaint' efforts:
Hour on GIMP, observation of another digital drawing
2 Hours on GIMP, the plane is from observation but the background was imagination
2 hours on GIMP, the planes were observation, although I positioned them. The background and flames were imagination
Practice, practice and MORE practice..
This is the first speedpainting I've made, it has taken me about 30min in photoshop. ^^
My deviantart page: http://stella-di-a.deviantart.com/
Blog (in spanish) http://stelladia.blogspot.com.es/
And my portfolio in the forum: http://www.conceptart.org/forums/sho...d.php?t=242286
thanks if you take a look!
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