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03 March 2009, 06:07 PM
I'm French and I'm new to this forum.
I'm very sorry for my bad english ! Google Translate is my friend :P

I started the last 2 days speedpainting. I never dared to go before. But we need a start somewhere ;)

I would like to know your opinions and advice to learn and progress in this art. Below are the first 7 screenshots of my speedpainting.

Thank you in advance for your comments

Thanks a lot :)


03 March 2009, 07:36 PM
Hi :)
this is my final image :)
It's not perfect but I'm just happy for a first speedpainting :

Bye :)

03 March 2009, 02:13 PM
Hello Tef,

I think you did a nice job. I really like the movement blur on the vehicles in the front, it really gives them speed. :) The only thing I think is a bit distracting is the green, because the rest of your drawing is in grey and brownish tones, so the green doesn't seem to fit in. Overall, I think it is a good drawing. :)



03 March 2009, 02:38 AM
hy there
in the first thing , the lights are wrong placed on that litlle ships. At one is in left and to another one is on the right. If is a daylight and not a studio lights then there must be another arangements. That green must be desaturated to blend into the overal scene.The contrasts are good in some degree.
:) and there are no perspective for buildings.

What you have done here is a background and nothing more and you say nothing with it.
I will wait to see what is comming out from this background.
-If you stop here at this stage then is no more than a scatch.

04 April 2009, 09:49 AM
Hi !
Already thank you for your comments:)
I decided to leave the state and move to another speedpainting. If I do this is to see how my speedpainting taking into account your remarks.
And then if I put more than 2 hours, it will not be the speedpainting lol;)

I went go to another speedpainting yesterday evening. Duration: 2 hours

Thank you to you both for your comments:)



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