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finished speed painting meme by hibbary finished speed painting meme by hibbary
Soooooo :iconbobbie-the-jean: suggested I turn my speedpainting into a meme and I thought that sounded like a swell idea. Here's my finished version. I wasn't wholly true to the times because I was jumping up to eat soup or whatever else but I fudged it only by a minute or two.

I'll be uploading the actual template next.

All of these photos are my own taken at various locations.

Here's the link to the PSD file:

I made a couple of different layers so an individual can arrange them however they want.

You can change the text.

You can crop off the notes section.

You can crop off however many speed paintings you want to (you don't have to do ten).

You can change the minutes.

Whatever helps you to paint. Remember that the aim is to learn, so if you feel like you'd really benefit from going a few more minutes, fixing some mistakes, go ahead and do so :3
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kitsuneko-xenon Featured By Owner Dec 28, 2012  Student Artist
This looks like great fun, thank you! :)
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Kat-Nicholson Featured By Owner Nov 3, 2012  Professional General Artist
Here you go Hibs! Here's my completed version! [link]
No way as lovely as yours, but it was still good to do! Thanks for the inspiration and the cool and worth-while meme! :D
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Kat-Nicholson Featured By Owner Nov 2, 2012  Professional General Artist
I'm just curious Hibs, Do you use the colour picker when you're doing these? (like the eye drop tool) to take the colours from the pictures, or do you pick your own colours?
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hibbary Featured By Owner Nov 5, 2012  Professional General Artist
I try not to use the color picker. It's very tempting, but you learn more if you try to color match with your eyes. Sometimes, though, I get so flummoxed, I pick a color and look at the hex to figure out where I'm going wrong.
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Kat-Nicholson Featured By Owner Nov 5, 2012  Professional General Artist
hehe... that'll be my next challenge then... doing the meme again, with different pictures, and NOT using the colour picker at all :3 I bet it'll take twice as long! :D lol
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hibbary Featured By Owner Nov 5, 2012  Professional General Artist
I does take longer, yeah. You have to stop and see how your colors are interacting. A lot of the time, you've got to change them. But that's alright; it's part of the learning experience.
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Kat-Nicholson Featured By Owner Nov 5, 2012  Professional General Artist
yeah.. I find a lot of the time it's not so much about picking the right colours but how they're sitting with the colours around them? (if that makes sense?) ... I spent an hour painting a cup of coffee I found in a cafe on saturday (on my ipad, so no colour picker) and it was really interesting thinking about the colours and how they react together. :)
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Kat-Nicholson Featured By Owner Oct 12, 2012  Professional General Artist
oooh really nice to see your completed version!! even more tempted to give this a shot now! ^_^
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Maripon Featured By Owner Oct 2, 2012  Professional Digital Artist
I think you are too hard on yourself on some of them. They are really really good! keep it up!
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ButterMutt Featured By Owner Oct 1, 2012  Student General Artist
I have A LOT to learn.
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