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Score
4.53 / 5.00

Date
08/25/2013
Category
Illustration
File Info
1125 x 552 px
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247.6 kb
Tags
scifi
landscape
racer
speed-paint

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Author Comments

42 minute speed painting based on a number of studies.

Reviews


BinkToonsBinkToons

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars Aug 25, 2013

Very cool :)



PoisonHeartPoisonHeart

Rated 5 / 5 stars Aug 25, 2013

dude, killer blends and that bike is insaaaaane.


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beerbirdbeerbird

Rated 5 / 5 stars Aug 25, 2013

For a speed painting its very good.


EchoCharlieDelta responds:

Thanks man!


AlexierXVIIAlexierXVII

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars Aug 25, 2013

I very much respect your artwork and the amount of detail you can put in; in under an hour! Really that's an amazing skill you have. But that's the thing, I understand it's a "speed paint" and you have huge landscapes that are beautifully illustrated, but my only concern about some, such as this one, is that it's empty. Don't get me wrong I love the scenery but this whole piece specifically would be nice if you added more racers, maybe someone crashed in the background...you get the point. I don't know if you thought about that and just stuck with a speed paint, but 42 minutes is fast and just spending a little more time on it making it a bit more "busy" would make this piece great. Overall you're and amazing artist keep up the good work man.


EchoCharlieDelta responds:

Most definitely, the time restriction was imposing; the racer took bulk of the time and I was following the rule of thirds on a wide shot, left me with very little for the landscape. The blur was overdone too, I painted rocks and mountains only to turn then into blurs of colour and just left it. Thanks for the compliments and CC, I definitely agree with you.