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Sexy Christmas Speedpaint 2015

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Uploaded
Dec 14, 2015 | 12:55 AM EST

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Speedpaint video of an image where Catalina, like a sexy red nosed reindeer, whishing you a very sexy merry Christmas.

Final Image: http://www.newgrounds.com/art/view/sergeibsg/sexy-merry-christmas-2015

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Reviews


ShendranikusShendranikus

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

I've always liked seeing speed paints to learn from other artists on their creative process. As a suggestion, it might be worth while slowing down the time-lapse so people can see your actions clearer. It looked too fast paced to me and was hard to follow. Showing the tools and not just the canvas would also help others learn more. Keep up the hard work! ^_^


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SergeiBSG responds:

Thanks you very much for your comment! :D

I decided do the speedpaint of 3 minutes, because personally I get bored with the 7 minutes speedpaints, for that all go so fast. Maybe, I can do for the next, do a speedpaint only with the paint part and without the sketch and lineart, that could do the painting more slow and visible.

I captured the Medibang / FireAlpaca part with the tools. The Gimp part don't have tools because It use multiple windows. I have to test record Gimp with the tools, but my computer could explote with that xD


MysticSkillzMysticSkillz

Rated 4 / 5 stars

Pretty good process of work of art. Keep it up.



mirel2002mirel2002

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

It's nice to see some good art,even though she was the chocolate monster in the begining. :)


SergeiBSG responds:

:D Thanks! I'm glad that you like the final result.

The chocolate monster xD... It is a technique where first the painting is with sepia tones and after I give the colors. It's a variant of the greyscale technique.