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  • In Speed Painting: Cityscape Street Lamp Town Fantasy Painting

    In Speed Painting: Cityscape Street Lamp Town Fantasy Painting

    Cityscape Street Lamp Town Fantasy Speed Painting By Jarduli Youtube’s Wet-on-wet artist, or alla prima, the painting technique in which layers of wet paint are applied to previous layers of wet paint. This technique requires a fast way of working, because the work has to be finished before the first layers have dried. In recent years the wet-on-wet has become well known as the primary method of painting used by such television artists as Bill Alexander, Bob Ross, and Robert […]

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  • In Speed Painting – Zooey Deschanel

    In Speed Painting – Zooey Deschanel

    Zooey Deschanel speed oil painting by Liam Dickinson Liam Dickinson (b.1987) is a portrait artist based in the North West of England. After graduating in Fine Art at the University of Central Lancashire in 2010, he has continued to develop his technique by way of numerous commissions and exhibition opportunities. His work comprises traditional methods of oil painting and pencil drawing, in addition to more contemporary drawings in ball point pen. Links To Liam Dickinson’s Work Website – http://www.liamdickinsonfineart.co.uk Twitter – https://twitter.com/LiamDickinson1 […]

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  • In Speed Painting – Skies On Fire – The Green Children

    In Speed Painting – Skies On Fire – The Green Children

    Skies On Fire – The Green Children Watercolor Speed Painting by Silvia Pelissero Portrait of the musical duo The Green Children Song: Skies On Fire Check out more of their music athttp://www.facebook.com/thegreenchildren watercolor, pencil, pen and ink on watercolor paper (300g) 45cm x 30cm about 3 hours final painting: http://agnes-cecile.deviantart.com/art/skies-on-fire-300751996 Links to Silvia Pelissero’s Art Work http://agnescecile.bigcartel.com/ http://www.agnes-cecile.deviantart.com/ http://www.facebook.com/agnescecile

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  • In Speed Painting: Portrait of a Tree

    In Speed Painting: Portrait of a Tree

    Acrylic Time Lapse Painting Lessons Old Tree by Tim Gagnon This is a painting of a tree with a bright red background and some clouds. You can see this full lesson with explanation of colors, brushes etc.. at http://www.timgagnon.com. Tim Gagnon I gain my inspiration from the human mind. I find it fascinating how humans think, and act. We try so hard to be individuals, to be different… but by doing so, we are all the same. I find nature to […]

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  • In Speed Painting: Speed Oil Portrait Of A Baby Face

    In Speed Painting: Speed Oil Portrait Of A Baby Face

    Portrait Of A Baby Face Speed Painting in oil From Janusz Migasiuk Born in Poland; a graduate of the Institute of Art in Krakow. The subject of his creation is focused on landscape, still life and figurative painting. His artwork reflects nature and captures the impressionistic and expressionistic view of the world. The colors, tones and shapes are carefully composed based on the artist’s scrupulous observation of the surroundings and converted through his artistic vision. Portraits The most important thing […]

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  • In Speed Painting: Creating A Portrait

    In Speed Painting: Creating A Portrait

    Creating A Portrait Speed Oil Painting Created By Vladimir Volegov Born in Khabarovsk, Russia, Vladimir began painting at the age of three. Having taken part in, and won, international competitions for poster art. Vladimir moved to Moscow where notable Russian publishing houses, impressed with his talents, sought his work for poster design, CD, cassette tapes and covers for musical groups. Over the past fourteen years Vladimir Volegov’s art has evolved into the striking figurative work he creates today. Vladimir’s vibrant […]

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  • In Speed Painting: Classical Still-life

    In Speed Painting: Classical Still-life

    Classical Still-Life Speed Oil Painting by Christine Barme Meyers In just 7 minutes, watch Christine Barme Meyers create an original oil painting from conception to finalization. The original work was created in 8 hours spanning 3 days, with each brush stroke being filmed along the way. The resulting footage was shortened by speeding up the video by 700% and tediously removing the frames in which her paint brush is shown to separate from the canvas. The video is accompanied by […]

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  • In Speed Painting: ‘Jigsaw’ By Liam Dickinson

    In Speed Painting: ‘Jigsaw’ By Liam Dickinson

    Jigsaw Speed Oil Painting By Liam Dickinson Liam Dickinson (b.1987) is a portrait artist based in the North West of England. After graduating in Fine Art at the University of Central Lancashire in 2010, he has continued to develop his technique by way of numerous commissions and exhibition opportunities. His work comprises traditional methods of oil painting and pencil drawing, in addition to more contemporary drawings in ball point pen. More work at www.liamdickinsonfineart.co.uk Background music: ‘Hello Zepp’ – Charlie […]

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  • In Speed Painting: Monster By Lewis Heald

    In Speed Painting: Monster By Lewis Heald

    A Monster Speed Painting by Lewis Heald ‘Trying out a few new things with paint in a hope to learn a bit more :) I hope you like it and Thank you all for watching.The paper I use is Bristol Board Extra Smooth, A few colour Daler Rowney paints, Oil on Board, A2 size.’ Song by Chameleon Circuit – http://dftba.com/ Links to Lewis Heald’s Artwork Buy These drawings at: http://www.etsy.com/people/LewyAlsoDraws?ref=si_pr Tumblr: http://lewyalsodraws.tumblr.com/ Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/#!/pages/Lewis-Heald-Illustration/280198598673722 Deviantart:  http://lewis3222.deviantart.com/ Website: http://www.lewysdrawings.com/ Second Channel: http://www.youtube.com/user/LewySketch  

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  • In Speed Painting: Winter Beach Polo

    In Speed Painting: Winter Beach Polo

    http://www.facebook.com/LauraBarberRileyArt Creation of an oil painting from start to finish. The painting is 36″ x 24″ on canvas and took about 20 or so hours of painting in total to produce, spread over many different sessions (allowing the paint to dry between each one). The work is based on photographs I took watching some polo on Bridlington Beach earlier this year. I made this video just for fun really! I work as an equestrian artist; as well as offering original works […]

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