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    Peter: Thanks. The mountain was about 30-40 mins. I'm not too sure about the face though, as I was playing around with Photoshop brushes and kinda lost track of time a bit.

    This one was about 40 minutes.

    [EDIT - Updated. I played around with it for another 20 mins... :p]





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    One hour for a sewer environment - meant to do more with it but the figures don;t really turn out well. I'll probably use it for a study. Should be a monster in there too somewhere, lurking to grab the squad.



    BTW. Ceenda: amazing sense of detail without painting it all in - impressive for 40 min! Wish i could do that ...

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    Erik: Hey, that's pretty neat. Perhaps some very faint hint of the legs under the surface of the sewage or some reflection might help the figures a bit. Otherwise, it's great.

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    Hey Ceenda,

    Man that figure you added is really cool! Flipped it over too i see ;-)

    Yeah i see what you mean about the part below the surface but my problem was the surface emits light. Really got me in trouble with shadows etc... And my lines are not crisp enogh. But oh well. And thanx for the compliment!

    [Edit : decided to put in some more time in the image. replaced version above - ok, now it's not completely speedpaint anymore ]

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    10 mins frantic doodel of hunter thompson from the book fear and loathing from las vegas. (or movie) choose your poison.


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    binawhile

    hey all...simply fantasmik stuff everyone...mgh..that speeder thingy at the top is sweet...i love the lighting/colors

    ::a series of bounty hunter type character speed-highlights done on my way to work on the c-train in calgary and at home.

    love to hear what y'all thank.

    spent no more than 10 mins apiece







    and a tree branch for kicks


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    Photoshop 1-2 h

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    jrr - very cool
    wazzo - lively looking sketches, i like.
    EssenmitSosse - very nice values on the robot.
    ceenda - Great lighting on those, esp on the latter one. Very dramatic.

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    Rhomb: Great colour choice in the second one. I like the water-blended effect too. I'm always too lazy to use the blend tools. :p



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    ceenda: is the monk coming out of the tree? i cant tell. nice shapes and compo.
    rhomb, solid looking stuff...the second is nice, i like the values/pallete
    essen: nice lighting, grass looks a bit weak.

    mine: painter 7, 20 - 30 mins, from refrence


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    Lets kill em all!


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    10 mins...hello by the way...long time lurker, first time poster...

    begin craptastic sketch



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    Talking



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    I think I've finally translated my Painter 7 custom brushes into Painter 8. Phew.

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    wazzo: Hehe, the monk is standing behind the tree trunk in the ref. I should've added a bit more detail in there. :]



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    monthly dumping... Not sure what I have posted here...







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    About 20 min... takes off from a sardaukar theme earlier in the thread by a better artist than me ;-) hope you don't mind.

    just popped in my head and so i drew it.



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    Hey Erik, I like it! Much more detail than mine, and good mix of colours too.

    Vyle: These are great, especially the Victorian gent with the potion!

    Pat: Lovely work. I just don't get how you manage such sharp edges with painter. I think you sent me the details for that brush but I kinda screwed it up.

    Anyhoo, more lunchtime scriblings on a not-so-compliant Trust (tm) tablet:





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    Here's a quickie.
    Dunno what's happened with the img thing. ain't showin' up.
    http//homepage.mac.com/mark_harris/.Pictures/stang01LR.jpg

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    Angry

    Sorry guys. Don't know why that won't work.

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    Smile

    Here we go...


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    Ceenda, that industrial dock one is great. Reminds me of a good book I'm reading now, The Light Ages by Ian MacLeod.


    This thread has been rockin' in general, I might add.

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    Tedsuo: Sounds like my kind of book. I'll check it out! :beer:







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    Cool Gecko! (or lizard or wh'ever ;-)

    The 'Jules Verne' style one i really dig.

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    The Siege

    < 1 hour in painter 6

    some aspects are ok i guess



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    Originally posted by ceenda
    looks very realistic.i give u thumbs up

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