This 102-page eBook is a collection of Speed Painting tutorials, which have been created by some of the top digital painters around today. The idea behind this tutorial series was for the artist to interpret a one-line descriptive brief, create a speed painting from it and then produce a tutorial showing and explaining each stage of production of the artwork. Some of the artists have also kindly created some unique brushes which can be downloaded at the end of their Speed Painting tutorials. This downloadable PDF eBook can be followed in most 2D software packages that support paintbrushes and layers.
In the first volume of this eBook series, we featured artists including: Carlos Cabrera, Levente Peterffy, Mikko Kinnunen, Mark Muniz, Richard Tilbury, Emrah Elmasli, Fred Augis, Andreas Rocha and Paul Davies, tackling a variety of subjects such as "scaring animal emerging from a forest”, "city street devastated by war” and "forest fire”.
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Chapter 1 - Forest Fire
Levente Peterffy and Mikko Kinnunen
Chapter 2 - Scary animal emerging from a forest
Carlos Cabrera and Mike Corriero
Chapter 3 - Ship hit by a torpedo
Levente Peterffy and Rich Tilbury
Chapter 4 - Tornado moving towards a farm
Carlos Cabrera and Levente Peterffy
Chapter 5 - The room made the explorers feel sick with thoughts as to what had happened there in years gone by Paul Davies and Richard Tilbury
Chapter 6 - City street devastated by war Levente Peterffy and Andreas Rocha
Chapter 7 - Evolution had played its part on these creatures as their world heated up, but the thousands of years of forced hard labor had had more impact Mark Muniz and Richard Tilbury
Chapter 8 - The party entertainers' real twisted identities were very far from their bright, colorful disguises Fred Augis and Richard Tilbury
Chapter 9 - The citizens of the flooded city now resided in the tallest buildings, connected by makeshift bridges Mike Corriero, Emrah Elmasli and Mikko Kinnunen
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Customer Reviews (5)
I bought this ebook because I had a barrier to transit form traditional painting technique to digital. I didn`t know where to start, so I start reading the book. I admire work of Levente Peterffy, I found that chapters most interesting. Review by M. J. (Posted on 07/11/2017)
Great for beginning speedpainters
I've become very interested in digital painting, but the subject is so vast it's hard to know where to start.
This book is a great resource for those like me who are just getting started. It covers the topic through a variety of subjects - environments, characters, creatures, natural phenomena - and does so with clear illustrations and step by step that is easy to follow. Great book; looking forward to Volume 2!Review by Paul(Posted on 07/09/2016)
Very nice book to learn
This eBook is awesome. I've learned a lot and I liked a lot the way to how from a main idea, 2 illustrators with different styles, show their techniques and ways to make it real. 100% Recommended.Review by Himar(Posted on 02/11/2015)
I thoroughly enjoyed this ebook
I thoroughly enjoyed this ebook. Speed Painting: V1 provides insight on how various talented artists approach a brief and transpose their imagination onto the (digital) canvas. This ebook has given me inspiration and motivation to delve into digital painting. Review by Emerson Matsuuchi(Posted on 25/08/2010)
The e-book was good for basics
The e-book was good for basics and was a good place to start to grasp an understanding of how things work, or could work.Â Though I think it could have delved into different styles or approaches a bit more, as some people may prefer a particular approach that may be slightly different. Review by Fiona Chan(Posted on 25/08/2010)