Speedpainting practice from some of us local Colorado Game Artists.
Nice Sean, you definitely communicated the topic well. I like the little guy there as well, he really helps define the foreground.A few things that might help you our would be to try some different brushes to convey different materials. For example, try a "rocky" shaped brush for mountains or ice and a crisper, more mechanical brush for the buildings. In general it's a good idea to work from really large brushes-->small brushes. It allows you to mass in the shapes and "impression" of a scene, and then you can use smaller brushes to draw attention and detail to where you want people to look.
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