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Speed painting of furry Cory basebodies – Marlin Peterson
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Speed painting of furry Cory basebodies


Against my conventional wisdom, I have proceeded to paint mouths and eyes before the base detail! What is the world coming to? I always paint the eyes last when I work, (completing an eye early on in a composition is a crutch, right?) so we will see how it goes. I am still deciding on the coloration and hair details. Stay tuned for alterations ‘n’ iterations in composition….
btw I capture an image each 3 seconds

1 Comment

  • Yoram Yasur

    A good post

    February 9, 2013 at 3:27 PM

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