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Default I'm a beginner - 08-06-2010, 03:01 AM

Hi all:) I love so much making MP,but,if i wont make MP,I have to be leran digital painting and speed painting. i also begin to DP decided no long. i first working light . this works times a little bit long for speed painting.Your critic most important forme thankyou :)

this is 50min



and this is 1 hour



this is 4 hour


2 hours


3 or 4 hours

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Default 08-06-2010, 05:37 AM

in the last picture i think the perspektive of the skull is wrong...
but your work is pretty good ;)
i hope that i will come to that point in a few month
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Default 08-06-2010, 06:45 AM

Youtube and concept artists constantly posting 'speedpaints' have a lot to answer for. You need be an accomplished painter FIRST, and then work on your speed afterwards - it'll probably come naturally in any case.
You are making it unecessarily hard for yourself trying to improve your painting skill as well as trying to match the speed of professional videos.
All of these images have major compositional and perspective issues, and I would recommend that you sort this out first, before trying for raw speed.

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Default 08-06-2010, 07:53 AM

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in the last picture i think the perspektive of the skull is wrong...
but your work is pretty good ;)
i hope that i will come to that point in a few month
yes u r right.I was noticed afterwards lol, i hope, thkyou




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Youtube and concept artists constantly posting 'speedpaints' have a lot to answer for. You need be an accomplished painter FIRST, and then work on your speed afterwards - it'll probably come naturally in any case.
You are making it unecessarily hard for yourself trying to improve your painting skill as well as trying to match the speed of professional videos.
All of these images have major compositional and perspective issues, and I would recommend that you sort this out first, before trying for raw speed.

AJ

yes I allways watching on youtube speed painting and some of video tutorial.these works are only 2 weeks .but i know something bad go on.And i also can't take to pen tablet.But I try go on . yes i have some composition and perspective problem,But I'm gonna be all of problem overcome :) then i posted better works here in the future
thanks a lot Alex :)
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Default 08-06-2010, 09:09 AM

Nice images, keep at it! I found as soon as I started painting lots of quick matte painting concepts my understanding of perspective really improved. Because you have to paint the whole landscape and think about lenses and cinematography its probably much more useful than drawing boxes, still life or life models. (Although most of those are useful for different reasons).

I like your two hours sketch the best. It has the most professional looking use of colour and in my opinion the best perspective. You've got atmospheric perspective in there too which is nice. One of the things I would concentrate on in all your image making is to get everything to a similar level of detail in the time you've allowed yourself. The viewer is always drawn to the area of highest detail, so use this intentionally to lead your audience to the important part of the picture.


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Default 08-07-2010, 01:15 AM

My only purpose to work light. because I'm trying to understanding midtones at the rock and rocks form a very variable.

two-hour practice,it was only for understanding atmospheric depth.For now I do not want to start with detailed drawings,because I could not get used to the more standard pen tablet and these days im buying wacom cintiq,then the screen like paper used allowed to work more

thanks a lot your helpful comments Dantehr :)


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