Thursday, October 21, 2010

Speedy Forest Morning

another one before bed don't know about the palette. I wanted the shadows warm, cool light don't know if it worked...

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

That's pretty cool. I was watching both this and the previous one (the sci-fi city) and wondering how much time do you spend with each speed-painting. Could you tell how long do they usually take and what kind of brushes do you use to create such nice atmospheres?

Comandante R said...

Hey I usually spend about a hour on them. If I like were it's going I spend a little longer hour and a half or so. I like to keep it to hour because there just experiments. I want to experiment with brushes and colour. And I try not paint something too complicated. As for the brushes it's mostly ones form other artist brush sets I've come across and some I've created or adjusted form ones I found. I experiment a lot with brushes to find the ones I like. I prefer especially for out door scenes, texture brushes or brushes with duel brush turned on. You have to experiment to find how to use the brushes in the way it makes scene for you. hope the helps