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Jessica Alba - Speed Painting by mediamaster Jessica Alba - Speed Painting by mediamaster
Jessica Alba - SPEED PAINTING (YouTube)

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This is my second Speed Painting!More realistic this time...This is the final version.

Real painting time: 07 hours
Using Adobe Photoshop & Aiptek Tablet
--> Check it! Image used as reference: [link]

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Minha segunda Speed Painting. Desta vez uma imagem mais complexa e uma pintura mais realista...mas da pra ir mais longe ainda, vou pensar em algo pros proximos trabalhos!
Tempo real de pintura: 7 horas
--> Imagem usada como referencia: [link]

Assistam o video e comentem!
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ZombieSandwich Featured By Owner Jun 30, 2014  Professional Filmographer
This is a really lovely painting, honestly spoken!! Please do not misunderstand the following critique, since it is not about your painting, or your skills but about how you label things.

When you paint something (realtime) that takes you at least an hour to make (you wrote this one took you 7 hours), then it doesn't qualify as a speed painting any longer.
A speed painting is a study made within 20 minutes to 1 hour.
You made a FINISHED (and beautiful!!!!) illustration of Jessica Alba, which you did then speed up using video editing software.
Therefore it would rather qualify as a TIMELAPSE video.

I am pointing this out because a lot of young artists are getting confused by terms being used like that. They think that making a speed painting means that they have to make finished, complex illustrations within an hour, not realising how long the actual product took to make, and not realising that the initial purpose of making speed paintings is to study things and do that within a short timeframe so you focus only on essential things. This is a difference.

I am aware that a lot of people on Youtube are using the term "speed painting" because they see a lot of other people doing it, too.
This doesn't mean that it is good for young aspiring artists. You have a lot of reach and you could use that reach to not only show of your perfect skills, but inform people about the difference between finished illustrations (like yours) and speed paintings that are quickly made studies.

I hope that you understand my reason for making this comment and that you won't be upset with me. :)
LuisDesigns Featured By Owner Jan 17, 2013
quiero realizar algo a si
DDRAMbo Featured By Owner Dec 26, 2012
Grab that whole lip/chin area and pull it back a little, and you've got her. Great job otherwise.
K-014 Featured By Owner Feb 17, 2012  Student General Artist
Great, i also try >>> [link]

please check my cute monster [link]

Check my gallery! [link]
Onikuh Featured By Owner Feb 1, 2012  Professional General Artist
Wow!! :)
QuantumInnovator Featured By Owner Jan 24, 2012
Ginryuzaki Featured By Owner Dec 1, 2011
impressive work!! :iconlovelyplz:
postaczech Featured By Owner Nov 29, 2011
KingdomAvatar333 Featured By Owner Aug 27, 2011  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Wow, I almost thought this was a photograph! Splendid detail with the clothing. You're really good at shading. I love this!
Midnight121 Featured By Owner Aug 14, 2011  Hobbyist Digital Artist
I am at awe every time I see your works...
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