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I finished this piece a couple months ago but only recently gut around to putting the speed paint together. Throughout the course of this particular painting I figured out a couple useful tricks for speeding up the process of coloring as well as harmonizing the colors. Also, apologies for the large gaps in the process. My software crashed multiple times while I was painting and more than one file was corrupted. ;__;

I did this one as a study a few months back in a sketchbook of mine, and I liked it so much that I decided to convert it into a digital painting. I did this in Photoshop over probably the course of 24-30 hours, and the video itself was sped up probably 4500%. The painting really shouldn't have taken as long as it did, but I made a lot of stupid errors that I had to clean up later and was experimenting with painting styles, etc. On the bright side, I did learn quite a lot in the process.

Here is a speedpaint I did of one of my original characters. You can read about him here: https://www.amazon.com/Annals-Orme-Book-One-ebook/dp/B072616PSK/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1518915532&sr=8-1

I did this in Photoshop a few months ago but just never got around to stitching the videos together.

My take on the classical illustration of the Ars Goetia demon, Stolas. While studying demons I saw the illustration of Stolas and couldn't resist drawing him. I'm thinking of illustrating the other demons as well. Also, for those interested in the occult and spirit evocations/invocations, I highly recommend Stolas.

This is a #speedpaint I did maybe three years ago of #Ganondorf. I decided to use the hair he had in Twilight Princess because it's badass and created kind of a natural mandala, combined with the kimono he wore in Wind Waker because it was also badass. I painted this in #Photoshop using a combination of filters, patterns, brushes, and blenders of my own design.

It's hard to believe, but destroying paintings can be quite therapeutic. I'd advise any artist to do the same (on a separate layer) just to blow off a little steam, and interestingly, you can learn a lot of useful techniques in the process.

This is based off of a line drawing I did about two or three years ago that I never got around to painting. Because it's an old line drawing, it's missing certain elements of dynamic movement and force I've since been attempting to incorporate into my line work.

As always, my style is in flux, worsened by the fact that this line art is so old., Aaaand one of my biggest problems is overworking muh shit. Hope you enjoy watching.

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