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Untitled [Speedpainting] by zilekondic Untitled [Speedpainting] by zilekondic
I just started from nothing, randomly throwing digital color around until I saw something in it. It has an old-school sci-fi book cover feel.
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Arahki Featured By Owner Mar 3, 2014
Wow I love this.  Don't really know what else to say! Love it!
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zilekondic Featured By Owner Mar 3, 2014  Professional General Artist
That's enough! :D

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EverythingsBleeding Featured By Owner Feb 26, 2014
reminds me of epidsode XII of samurai jack and the Imakandi
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TenSkies Featured By Owner Sep 2, 2012  Student General Artist
prelijepe boje... :)
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zilekondic Featured By Owner Sep 2, 2012  Professional General Artist
Opet ti se zahvaljujem, lepo je kad si odvojila vremena da ostaviš koju reč. :) Boja nekad čini čuda, ova slika se i meni koloritno dopada.
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TenSkies Featured By Owner Sep 2, 2012  Student General Artist
:)
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R00-ha-ha Featured By Owner Aug 18, 2012  Student General Artist
Ah, I always love this style of digital painting. If you don't mind me asking, how do you get it to look so geometric-y and with such sharp/straight lines?
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zilekondic Featured By Owner Aug 18, 2012  Professional General Artist
Well, I work mostly in Photoshop, and it has a few things that make these lines and shapes possible. Firstly - the lasso tool, polygonal lasso can be used to draw the outline of the shape, and then painting is enabled only in that area, so you get the sharp edge. Just like masking in traditional painting, or using a ruler.

Secondly - the path tool in shape mode, and the line tool are some things I use. Lines in raster mode, paths in shape mode so I can edit them. I have a lot of experience with those.

I really do a lot of geometric stuff for work, so I developed the feel for it. Tools like the lasso only make it easier.

Also, I work in high resolution, and you can always use the sharpen tool for areas you need sharpened, but save that for the post-production if you're new to everything.
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R00-ha-ha Featured By Owner Aug 18, 2012  Student General Artist
Oh, okay. I used CS6 for a little (the trial), and I never figured out how to make straight lines, LOL. That makes sense, though.

Well if I ever use anything like that again, I'll make sure to experiment. Thanks for letting me know :)
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zilekondic Featured By Owner Aug 18, 2012  Professional General Artist
You can make straight lines with the brush tool by holding shift, but that only gets you horizontal and vertical straight lines. Anyways, everything requires practice, and practice makes better. :) Have a nice day.
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