SPR02: Landscape madness!

In 30 minutes or less show us a kreepy house or castle on the top of a hill. I'm getting my halloween on in the middle of spring !!!

Lessa 16 years ago


hehe heres my castle

done in PSP9 using the Art Media and a mouse, prolly about 20-25 minutes
Den 16 years ago
Ugh - well, between two phone calls and a half dozen IMs lol here's mine, done in 28 minutes.



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Lunna 16 years ago


35 mins Photoshop CS and tablet
ROzbeans 16 years ago
Lunna
35 mins Photoshop CS and tablet


Cheater!
ROzbeans 16 years ago


It's a door on a big O. Ok so it's not obeying the letter of the law - but it is indeed the spirit!
Jello 16 years ago
Here is my try. PSP 20 min. It is hard to see but this is a pic of snow covered mountains, the black ring is trees.
Britt 16 years ago
He he, mom did it, and I got all caught up, so I had to do it too... It's infectious. No idea how long it took, but I do know it was less then 20 min.
Britt 16 years ago
There, now I don't feel like a horrible stupid person. AND it took about 10 min! New record!
Asha 16 years ago
Awwww this is bad..... really bad!

Wystro 16 years ago
Well...I didn't have time or tools, but I must keep to the parameters: thirty minutes or less then stop!

This was done on my lunch break. Media: typing paper, ball point pen, three dried-out highlight markers. I'm dying to correct it, but I guess that's the fun of the whole thing, right?

tamaelia 16 years ago
Fuck me... dried out highlighters Wystro? If you weren't so bloody awesome, I'd have to throttle you. Noone can make dried out highligters look that good..... seriously.

Nice work people, I didn't get this one done yet. Maybe later.
Wystro 16 years ago
I really do think that the time limit is the great equalizer -- it changes it from a vanity project to just throwing down some sketches with your friends. Each one of the pictures has a little touch of cleverness, and I'm just a *bit* jealous that Lunna can pull together such an iconic image in so short a time! I guess that's where your graphic arts sensibility pays off!
Jello 16 years ago
Roz said my pic looked like and eyeball so here is the origional to give perspecitve.
ROzbeans 16 years ago
Oh see, NOW I see it!!! lol
Rae 16 years ago
Here is mine.

Lunna 16 years ago
Wystro;78977
I really do think that the time limit is the great equalizer -- it changes it from a vanity project to just throwing down some sketches with your friends. Each one of the pictures has a little touch of cleverness, and I'm just a *bit* jealous that Lunna can pull together such an iconic image in so short a time! I guess that's where your graphic arts sensibility pays off!


I just spend some time thinking about it before I start working thats all. In between phone calls or other projects. I try to have a set plan in mind before I start. It worked this time, but who knows where I'll end up on the next go round. I guess that is part of the graphics background. That industy is so deadline driven that you really have to have a grasp on where you want to go when you start. Often there is little to no time for a do over.
Asha 16 years ago
This is brilliant fun.
Verileah 16 years ago
I'm catching up :X. Spent too much time on the gate :\.

Calimaryn 16 years ago
Sooooo many things I want to do but I ran out of time messing up and erasing!

SnowDragon 16 years ago
Ok I have decided that I really suck at these exercises. I really don't use my tablet enough and now I see why...lol well here is my entery.