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    speed painting and more!!!

    working on painting faster and loser
    then tight but quick detail
    1.5 to 2 hrs tonite painter8
    im pretty happy with it
    i wanted to create more of a painterly feel
    speed painting and more!!!

    and a detail
    speed painting and more!!!
    i would love some helpful critiques
    but remember it was meant to be sketchy and fast
    so dont lose yer damn mind with nit picking fine details
    hahahah
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    ive been going to this weekly sketch group
    above is what i did tonite last thursday was this
    i having a block and waylon gave me
    this topic: giraffe eater
    speed painting and more!!!
    i just thought it was funny so i threw it in here
    hope you get a laugh
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    I'm really digging how you painted the torso in the first one. However I'm a little confused as to what is going on with the light source? But then again I'm easily cunfused

    nice work though. Let's see some more
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    thanx bm (ew?)
    yer avatar makes me wanna fuck up the warriors
    and the light source was not well thought out
    im guessing upper right with lots of ambient light
    in the bg
    but i would love some critiques on my tech in painter... maybe some brush suggestions or perhaps advice on how to make some custom brushes as so many folks use them professionally
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    wow nobody cares
    i guess ill just keep posting stuff as i do it
    1hr this morning
    head
    speed painting and more!!!
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    Amazing what sometimes passes for Finally Finished in here...

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    haha, yeah these are looking good, but he does kinda have a point....there are multiple speedpaint threads in the sketches and WIP section, and really that's where these should be

    Good stuff though, don't get me wrong...
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    these are in fact finished and not sketches
    i beleive if you read anything i have written you would know that
    and its not as if i'm new here
    ive been around for quite a while
    so lecturing me on the what YOU deem
    as unfinished is just plain ridiculous
    i beleive these as technique studies are as finished as they need to be
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    I think these are fine in the finished section. collections of good finished speedies are as good to look at as a single finished longer peice.

    really nice work for speedies. i'd love to see what you can do on a longer term project. the last rhino-thing, the top bit of its head looks like its facing a different way from the horn. you need to work on the way light falls but other than that well done.
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    I personally really enjoy your work, espically the creature head(which has prespective issues but i'm sure you can see that).


    I'm alittle disappointed with the amount of artists who MUST post their work either in the Finally Finished section or in their Sketchbooks. There is a WIP and Sketch section for things JUST like this.
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    Quote Originally Posted by trevor
    these are in fact finished and not sketches
    i beleive if you read anything i have written you would know that
    and its not as if i'm new here
    ive been around for quite a while
    so lecturing me on the what YOU deem
    as unfinished is just plain ridiculous
    i beleive these as technique studies are as finished as they need to be
    They may be "Completed", trevor, but NO they are NOT all "finished," by the criteria of Concept Art. Presentation Quality only, not sketches are to go into Finally Finished...

    "Presentation Quality" are the words you should be keeping in mind.
    The first one IS Finished, and is a very nice piece.
    Your "giraffe eater" is a doodle from a weekly sketch group, "so i threw it in here..." Your own words, Bucko....
    The last one...
    Quote Originally Posted by trevor
    wow nobody cares
    i guess ill just keep posting stuff as i do it
    1hr this morning
    head
    Well, gee. Evidently somebody DOES care, and a 1 hour head sketch with a CRAPPY half-background got this moved where it belongs.

    Finally Finished, just like the rest of CA, is NOT your personal "online art refrigerator" for you to post any and every sketch, scribble, and doodle that you come up with, no matter HOW interesting YOU think they are.

    Thank you davi, for moving this to a more appropriate area, although I would also add that anything more than three separate posts of Sketches/WIPs in a single thread actually belongs over in the Sketchbooks area...(meaning, trevor, start a new thread for your next uploads...hint, hint)

    Oh, and By the Way...If it takes you less than 15 minutes to create your doodle of the day, go post it in Speedpainting. It does NOT belong in WIPs or Critique unless there is honestly enough effort put into it to warrant our time to look at it...

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    Quote Originally Posted by madster
    They may be "Completed", trevor, but NO they are NOT all "finished," by the criteria of Concept Art. Presentation Quality only, not sketches are to go into Finally Finished...

    "Presentation Quality" are the words you should be keeping in mind.
    The first one IS Finished, and is a very nice piece.
    Your "giraffe eater" is a doodle from a weekly sketch group, "so i threw it in here..." Your own words, Bucko....
    The last one...Well, gee. Evidently somebody DOES care, and a 1 hour head sketch with a CRAPPY half-background got this moved where it belongs.

    Finally Finished, just like the rest of CA, is NOT your personal "online art refrigerator" for you to post any and every sketch, scribble, and doodle that you come up with, no matter HOW interesting YOU think they are.

    Thank you davi, for moving this to a more appropriate area, although I would also add that anything more than three separate posts of Sketches/WIPs in a single thread actually belongs over in the Sketchbooks area...(meaning, trevor, start a new thread for your next uploads...hint, hint)

    Oh, and By the Way...If it takes you less than 15 minutes to create your doodle of the day, go post it in Speedpainting. It does NOT belong in WIPs or Critique unless there is honestly enough effort put into it to warrant our time to look at it...

    ~M
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    What does that matter to YOU, Woodrodious?
    You are not the "sheriff" around here to decide who can post which opinions that YOU decide are "worthy."

    YOU always have the same option to comment or critique on any piece of art posted here, good or bad.
    YOU always have the option to complain to a Forum Moderator if you feel that I, or any other member is somehow "wrong" or "out of place" with their replies.
    YOU always have the option to NOT click on a thread showing that I was the latest reply.
    YOU always have the HEARTILY ENCOURAGED option to add my name to your "Ignore" list under your Personal Options for this site, so that any reply or post I make will not even appear on your monitor screen.

    No one makes you read my comments, and no one makes you CHOOSE to be affected by them. That you seem to think that YOU are the spokesman for others to whom I reply to is, in my opinion, the ultimate in pomposity, but, hey...whatever floats your personal boat to make you think you're important...

    Please stop hijacking threads by others to attempt to confront me because YOU do not approve of me, or my personal methods of critiquing. Take it to a Forum Moderator, and then let those running this site handle the situation.

    I have as much privilege and right to post my opinions on this website as ANY OTHER MEMBER, and YOU do NOT have the privilege or right to censor me, because this is NOT YOUR website, and since YOU do NOT pay for the Bandwidth, it is NOT your place to dictate the actions of others, myself in particular...

    It's called "Chain of Command." I suggest you learn to follow it.
    Perhaps your Sid Viscious quote reflects more upon you, than the world you perceive, because YOU are the pompous one, wheras I seem to be the one living that quote...

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    Last edited by madster; August 27th, 2005 at 02:37 PM.
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