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five figures speed-painted by DKS at KublaCon and Origins

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These are fantastic! I am not sure quite how to sling paint that fast in the first place!

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Thanks!

 

Speed painting is a skill different from "normal-pace painting", but it can be a lot of fun.  It's like sprinting instead of running a marathon.  Or maybe it's like taking shortcuts and getting to the finish line in an hour. ::P:

If you want to mix up your painting routine, take out a new figure, set a 1-hour timer, and see how much you can finish.

 

And sorry, @Doug Sundseth, no INTENSE BROWN here because it wasn't in the set of 12 paints!  But the modern zombie's vest is a similar color. 

Intense Brown would be good for speed-painting because it covers well (in my experience).  And as I mentioned in our class, it's useful as a glaze for livening up an otherwise drab brown or skin tone.

 

Derek

 

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