Friday, September 01, 2006

Speedpainting


My speedpainting that ended up being about 3 hours. So much for the speed part but I'm learning. It was done in painter 9 which I'm still getting used to. While I love the traditional look you can get with Painter, Photoshop just seems to be more efficient for me at the moment. There are just so many options in Painter that I spend most of my time exploring the never-ending possiblities of each brush and not actually painting. The more I do the easier it will get. Anyway, this one still probably isn't finished and it really has no meaning behind it. I just felt like painting for painting's sake.

12 comments:

TURCIOS said...
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TURCIOS said...

esto es precioso. tremendas atmosferas tienen tus obras.
saludos

andy said...

Really nice painting, it's got a great sense of atmosphere to it, keep it the good work!
I loved your animal sketches below too :)

David Colman said...

meaning or not...well done!!! like your color choices


agreed on the Painter vs PS argument....
plus Painter takes a lot of memory and I have learned to make some cool brushes in PS so works pretty well

Jampix said...

Hi there, nice blogsite, like the painting alot great atmosphere, cool lifedrawing too

francis said...

Nice work man, the animal sketches are dope.

Shawn said...

Looks really good for a speed painting. I like the idea, keep developing it.

Brian Mongsub Song said...

wow. i LIKE YOUR COLOR SENSE.. AND THE COMPOSITION.. ~!! NICE WORK.. PLEASE KEEP IT UP.. WANT TO SEE MORE.. ^^

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JeN said...

Thanks for all your kind words. Glad you stopped by my blog. I'll try to stay consistent with posting new work.

AdaMmmmm said...

this painting rocks! love the scale and eyeball abodes looking out over the townsfolk- an intriguing piece!

Andrew Glazebrook said...

Brilliant work,love the design of this !!