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Speedpaint - rough landscape by ANTIFAN-REAL Speedpaint - rough landscape by ANTIFAN-REAL
Hey everybody :)

Not a lot to say here - at a bit of loose end today so I thought I'd quickly paint something.

Completed within 70 mins - Photoshop CS3 - Wacom intous

Original res 4k wide.

I hope you like it :)

best,
G x




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:iconblack-cat16:
black-cat16 Featured By Owner Apr 1, 2010
Wow, it is really great, rough but great.
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:iconnren:
Nren Featured By Owner Feb 26, 2010  Hobbyist Digital Artist
love the colors :)
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:iconichigono786:
ichigono786 Featured By Owner Aug 8, 2009
AMAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAZIN !!!!!!!!!!!
Honestly dude - all ur work is AWESOME !!!!
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:icondsil:
DSil Featured By Owner Dec 31, 2008  Student General Artist
Great composition and color choices.
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:icondeus-ex-caliburn:
deus-ex-caliburn Featured By Owner Dec 26, 2008
So much imagination in your landscapes, and so much skill to your work. Always stark and fantastic, even in rough form.
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:iconretrosushi:
RetroSushi Featured By Owner Dec 22, 2008
It's always mindblowing how you get so much visual information into speedpaint. Will this ever become a fully finished piece?
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:iconantifan-real:
ANTIFAN-REAL Featured By Owner Dec 23, 2008  Professional General Artist
Probably not! :)

G x
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:iconadysmith:
adysmith Featured By Owner Dec 22, 2008  Professional Digital Artist
Excellent comp Gaz! :)
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:iconconceptbloke:
Conceptbloke Featured By Owner Dec 22, 2008  Professional Digital Artist
you need more frikin lazers! ;o)
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:icong0dlik3:
g0dlik3 Featured By Owner Dec 20, 2008
Damm... Pretty good. :+fav:
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:iconzelos22:
zelos22 Featured By Owner Dec 20, 2008
wow, this is gorgeous! *_*

speedpaints like this amaze me...
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:iconaerozopher:
Aerozopher Featured By Owner Dec 20, 2008
70 mins ??!!

too long, really
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:iconaryundomiel:
aryundomiel Featured By Owner Dec 20, 2008  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
of course we like it!:D
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:iconlilshadow:
Lilshadow Featured By Owner Dec 19, 2008
I love seeing you speed paintings. They are always so loose and fluid and pleasing to see how you process begins
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:iconsilent-m:
Silent-M Featured By Owner Dec 19, 2008
ohhh yo ushould definetly finish this one...detail it like u always do. it would be amazingly stunning. great work
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:iconyikara:
Yikara Featured By Owner Dec 19, 2008
Freaking amazing how people do this..
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:iconstarsarebent:
starsarebent Featured By Owner Dec 19, 2008
Awesome, man! Love it!
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:iconauthornobilis:
AuthorNobilis Featured By Owner Dec 19, 2008
These blow me away whenever I see them.
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:iconkrazyklod:
krazyklod Featured By Owner Dec 19, 2008  Hobbyist Photographer
i cant wait till you finish it..
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:iconpriteeboy:
priteeboy Featured By Owner Dec 19, 2008  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Cool, not sure if the oval Sun wa sintentional, but it gives that distortion effect we see on the low sun on hot afternoons :sun:
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:iconsztewe:
sztewe Featured By Owner Dec 19, 2008  Hobbyist Photographer
Awesome work:)
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danniefoley2004 Featured By Owner Dec 19, 2008
I'm astounded by the way in which you paint light; even though this is a speed painting it's still so atmospheric! Is there a secret to your method, or is it lots of study and practice?

In any event, this is just great. You're so talented that even your unrefined and hastily finished work is breathtaking.
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:iconmstdesigns:
mstdesigns Featured By Owner Dec 19, 2008
Great work! :)
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:iconravenom:
RavenOM Featured By Owner Dec 19, 2008
Hello Mr. Tonge! I just bought your book "Bold visions" recently, and I must say what a fantastic work you got. I'm struggling over here to learn the techniques inside it. :)

I just got curious about one thing. In the beggining, you advise us to buy the best quality screen that we can afford, but i dont understand anything about monitors. I was just wondering if you could point out a good (and not too expensive) model for a beginner. Like the normal ones I see around, have horrible color distortion, depending on the angle. Impossible to work with.

Thank you! And keep inspiring us with your art! :)
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:iconantifan-real:
ANTIFAN-REAL Featured By Owner Dec 20, 2008  Professional General Artist
Dell's screens are pretty good (widescreen LCD) and not too expensive.

Glad you like the book :)

G x
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:iconfrancis001:
francis001 Featured By Owner Dec 19, 2008
very nice - is this how you normally start your stuff?
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:iconantifan-real:
ANTIFAN-REAL Featured By Owner Dec 20, 2008  Professional General Artist
Sometimes I do, but not always - it's one of those things isn't it - sometimes the best way to start is to just blast a few strokes down and others you need to research and carefully plan - although I did this image fully intending for it to be very rough - something I have had to train myself to allow - I used to be so damn clean!

:) G x
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:iconartanthos:
Artanthos Featured By Owner Dec 19, 2008
fantastic work dude!
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:iconcelestialchild:
CelestialChild Featured By Owner Dec 19, 2008
Phenomenal as always.
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:iconaeremita:
aeremita Featured By Owner Dec 19, 2008
Wow, I wish I could speed paint.
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:iconkg-in-the-cloud:
KG-in-the-Cloud Featured By Owner Dec 19, 2008
I think this is the first time I've seen straight-up squiggles, even in your speedpaints. Looks refreshingly different. :)
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:iconpsyxxarts:
PSYXXARTS Featured By Owner Dec 19, 2008  Professional Digital Artist
educational!
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AstroBoy1 Featured By Owner Dec 19, 2008
Greetings Gary,

Exceptionally well done especially for only 70 minutes. I can only imagine how superb this would be if you elect to spend more time and make this another of your major superlative images.

Best regards,
Michael C. Turner
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:iconabject-gfx:
Abject-gfx Featured By Owner Dec 19, 2008
nice work^^
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:iconelisitagayle:
ElisitaGayle Featured By Owner Dec 19, 2008  Professional Digital Artist
Very nice!

Better than I could do in 70 minutes...on anything.
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:iconxfreakdom:
Xfreakdom Featured By Owner Dec 19, 2008
I was listening to Kaleidoscope of Mathematics when I clicked this, the imagery matched pretty well with the scenes it induced in my brain, thus adding to the overall effect of the piece. So thank you for creating such a lovely picture and I hope to be at your level some day.
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:iconzae369:
Zae369 Featured By Owner Dec 19, 2008
Funny how a bunch of strokes and squiggles can form something so epic-looking. I find it amazing how you can create forms with just a few brush strokes.
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:icon2tall4yall:
2tall4yall Featured By Owner Dec 19, 2008  Professional Digital Artist
nice one, looks very vibrant
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:iconeryckwebbgraphics:
EryckWebbGraphics Featured By Owner Dec 19, 2008  Professional Digital Artist
thats a great piece in itself. i'd frame/hang that.
very good mood/ scenery
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:iconabo3lian:
Abo3lian Featured By Owner Dec 19, 2008  Student Digital Artist
nice one :D
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:iconmysticm0nkey:
mysticm0nkey Featured By Owner Dec 19, 2008   Traditional Artist
Nice job !
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:iconmoonlitcrescent:
MoonlitCrescent Featured By Owner Dec 19, 2008
You seriously blow my mind by acoumplishing THAT in 70 minutes. I'm gobsmacked.
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:icono0el-stray0o:
o0El-Stray0o Featured By Owner Dec 19, 2008  Hobbyist
nice, perfectly reflects the mood im in right now ^^
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:iconbeyondglory:
BeyondGlory Featured By Owner Dec 19, 2008  Hobbyist Digital Artist
very impressive for only 70 minutes worth!!
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:iconburnz08:
Burnz08 Featured By Owner Dec 19, 2008  Student Digital Artist
for a speedpainting really good.
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:iconcalaymo:
Calaymo Featured By Owner Dec 19, 2008
beautiful!
=D
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:iconchriscold:
ChrisCold Featured By Owner Dec 19, 2008
Well, this egg-like sun is a bit confusing :o
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:iconmjamieson:
mjamieson Featured By Owner Dec 21, 2008
You get a bit of distortion of shapes when something is that close to the horizon, but I see where you're coming from.
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:iconchriscold:
ChrisCold Featured By Owner Dec 22, 2008
Where I'm coming from?
Do you know me?
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:iconm-r-p:
m-r-p Featured By Owner Feb 1, 2009
He means that he understands what you mean about the egg-shaped sun, not literally where you're coming from (it's an english colloquialism). Although I do see where he's coming from about horizon distortion having an effect on the shape.
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