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this was my very first attempt at doing a speedpaint but really i would say it was more like a snail paint because it took like 1-2 hours to make also i made a variation of this picture here http://justice511.deviant art.com/#/d5suu3o
ALSO DONT FORGET TO RATE 5
ps. looks best when zoomed out

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Very beautiful

And this was very nice the texture is deep with greens giving that realistic feel of in a real forrest, I would ad some things like some bugs crawling up the tree maybe even a snake hanging from a tree branch or something, just a few ideas that could improve on this. anyways keep up the great texture and deep detail these are nice.

~~THINGS TO IMPROVE ON~~
put in some bugs, snakes and other creatures.

~X~



I like the colors but what the hell is wrong with you people it is not that amazing.


justice511 responds:

its amazeing for a 14 year old who had not past training i taught myself how to draw and im still not perfect but i am pretty good i would say i mean considering i never really have "learned how to use it"


This truly is a forest of beauty :)


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justice511 responds:

thank you :)


That's an incredibly lush and green forest. Great work with different layers and brushes. In small size the colors look a bit dark, but in original size there's a lot of detail to take in. Keep it going!

-cd-


justice511 responds:

Thanks cd :) u truely see this for what it really is :)


If you were to be known to the world that you are an Artist and people paid huge amount of $$$ to buy your art. ONLY then you could pull off crap like this


justice511 responds:

WAT U MEEN?

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Jan 27, 2013
5:14 PM EST
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2490 x 1369 px
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2.1 MB
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