Added by on 2019-07-12

[Total: 0   Average: 0/5]You must sign in to vote Timelapse of a quick painting concept for the Matte Painting class of ART School term 9 coming soon. 🎓 Want to learn to draw/paint/master fundamentals? Check out the full curriculum of “ART School: Digital Artists” here 🎨 My Cubebrush store: 📷 Instagram: 👦 Facebook: ✏ Twitter: Music: Video Rating: / 5


  • Sean Winkfield 1 year ago

    What is the tool he is using on the photos? Is that color picker?

  • Daniel Espejo 1 year ago

    A very nice job, ok, but…. The lighthouse is useless! D: wtf why the gobernment built a lighthouse in a dessert cliff xD

  • Lord Faust 1 year ago

    Wonderful piece! So proud to be a part of your Art School

  • Jazzifizzle No1 1 year ago

    Holy fuck this is awesome

  • Galactic Magic 1 year ago

    So freaking cool!

  • Kustom Julius 1 year ago

    Speedpaint and song are on point aha

  • Victor 31KEN 1 year ago

    Wow! Love this landscape!
    If you could, please do more landscapes speed painting!!

  • De Charmanderz 1 year ago

    Incredibly skillful and awesome! This just makes me inspired to do some landscapes of my own

  • Thri _ 1 year ago

    Very good

  • tinymutantsquid 1 year ago

    nice painting but timelapse is not speedpainting…

  • Icy Heights 1 year ago

    It's so good :0

  • Paweł Sobolewski 1 year ago

    this is incredibly impressive level of skill, the process looks so confident and almost effortless. you make it look easy 😉

  • Tales Art 1 year ago

    Glad you’re back Marc, looking forward to the Chroma island episode, thanks for the tips.

  • Marc Brunet 1 year ago

    Hey guys! New video quickly showing the concept process using the Mixer Brush + light photo bashing in Photoshop. This method is what so many concept artists in the film and game industry use because of its speed. I would definitely spend more time if this was a portfolio piece, but this is meant as a demo for a production piece. Time is money so the faster you can convey your idea, the better!

    (part of the Matte painting class from ART School, term 9 – more info here

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