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    Mark - that howerpropellerthing is way cool. And obviously fast too.

    jhibbs - simple but very effective.

    ceenda - you've been pumping out lots of good speedy stuff lately. That flying propeller ship design is one of my favourites.

    BlkCelebration - I like the pose and the silhouette.

    notic - very nice colors on the bird!

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    Rhomb: Thanks. Whenever I get frustrated with Painter, I usually have a look at your paintings to re-inspire me to try again.

    Photoshop for this one:

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    first post... go easy on me...

    this is my first post here, and this is a first attemp at spead painting for me.(with my tablet anyway)
    took about 20 min.

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    my sketches

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    ... about 15 minutes.

    ciao
    Benny

    hi everybody.
    i add this fast sketch, but i like it.
    i did it in 30 minutes

    Bye
    Benny

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    Last edited by bennykapelli; April 29th, 2003 at 03:25 PM.
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    alien revisited...

    heres a follow up painting to a alien i designed awhile back. just wanted to try out this speed painting bit. plus i've been slacking off as of late, so i needed to do something.

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    40 minute-ish

    "Someone once told me you never finish a drawing, you just decide when to give up."
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    Speed painting thread!

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    Speed painting thread!

    Speed painting thread!

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    wow ceenda. beautyfull paintings.

    did you time them?

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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.

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    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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