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It's my first submit! And the first speedpaint I think is even worthy of that, I've been drawing for 3 months now and this is the result. This took me around 1h 30min (that's fast for me :P) to scribble.

It's paired to a soundtrack song I made which can be found here: http://www.newgrounds.com /audio/listen/529627

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Way to start off with a bang! Scouted!

If you havent, you should try paiting in monochrome first, then apply color. It'll give you a lot more depth. For example, I would expect the robot in the mid ground to be pale or dark grey to make it seem larger and further away.


Devastus responds:

Yeah, I kinda like to lay down the colours right away but I tend to get the depth lost in the process sometimes, I should try that out. Thanks for the tip and feedback!

Also, sorry for a very long-winded response :P


I can not begin to say how awesome this is. You had me at the glaring light.


Devastus responds:

I love me some glaring lights when I can get them down right :P Thanks for the feedback!


Jeez dude, really? Too much all around talent.


Devastus responds:

Unemployment and sexual frustration are magical things, my good sir :P

I just need your voice now, and then I will be rolling through mountains of whores and cocaine.


You have made awesome music, now is art!


Devastus responds:

Hopefully that is what I will achieve :P Thanks man!


oh wow, that's really impressive actually. the proportions of the dude seem to be a bit off, but that might be the perspective playing tricks on me as well. and i would have loved some more detail on the huge mecha-guy.
the rocks in the middle look excellent, and i really like the coloring and the shading. fantastic work, for 90minutes. keep it up man!


Devastus responds:

Now that I look at it, the lighting on his jacket makes it look a bit off. Or the perspective is just botched. Oh well, better keep on practicing :P

Appreciate the constructive criticism, thanks man!

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Apr 1, 2013
2:25 PM EDT
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1120 x 1200 px
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