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Speed Painting



I participate in a one hour speed paint session once a week. The following illustrations are some of my favorites. A random sentence generator creates a sentence that is emailed to participants on the hour. We have one hour, sometimes less, to create a concept based on the sentence, using no pre-exisiting art. All entries are then reviewed and critiqued at the end of the hour. Sometimes there are parameters introduced such as black and white only.




A decomposing strong man uses superscience to control a priest in a blizzard.



A lost village from an ancient culture



A fantastical messenger arrives in court



A japanese rat communicates with a dragon in a giant crater



An armed caveman greets pack of beasts



A smoking bald geek surprises a charming red deity in the desert.



A black scarecrow raises an octopus under the rain



An evil geisha



A lone viking warlord at the edge of a cliff



A rusted assasin stands beneath a monolith in the rain



A friendly monster with a day job





A cartoon baby hides from a demon in ice caverns



Men disguised as birds among a dark forest




In the nest of the beast