Here's a another speed painting I did this afternoon, trying out a post apocalyptic scene and wanted to share on some different techniques and hope to inspire some other people out there.
The time lapse of the video is here [link] It's about 2.5 hours in real time.
Also, you guys could recommend want you want to know and what you would like me to share, I'll review them and hopefully do painting recordings to reply them. Just throw me any requests you have in mind.
So, you can follow my youtube channel and stay tuned for coming vids. [link]
I'm not really that good at paintings, unlike masters like fengzhu, daniel dociu, kekai, etc, but i'm also learning, so i'll try to help those who're like me as well out there.
Here's another sketch I did especially for the requests on how I did the piece [link], so i did it again as close as i can to it since its a sketch and recording it, so i hope this answers your question! Also, since its a sci-fi zombie scene, why not deadspace! I was listening to the awesome soundtrack while sketching this as well.
Heres the vid: [link] This was done around 1 hour in real time, before i go to bed. So good night peeps!
Haven't tried this idea out for almost 3 years. An Elemental wearing a soft armor layer to protect areas with sensitive equipment. She deploys inconspicuously with an infantry squad in a low power state. When the need arises all the added gear will be dropped and the shield generators spun up.
Long time no Ranger art! The solder was picked by request, and I was itching to paint some exotic mecha. Done an about 3.5 hours, possible a little less.
A Ranger infantryman is caught off guard by a nimble heavy type power armor. The power armor uses a neural link to control the extra set of arms, rather than slaving to the users arms. It can carry a wide variety of weapons from machineguns to light autocannons while it's shoulders can internally or externally mount additional firepower, such as HEAP rockets.