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    Garage Inc.

    Speed painting made with ArtRage. In some distant future a vehicle (or part of a vehicle?) goes back to the garage for some repair operations. It started as a quite rough sketch but I wanted to push a bit of detail on it, while keeping it "speedy".

    I painted it for the little pdf I'm writing about speed painting and ArtRage, so the main steps of the painting will be shown there with some hopefully interesting comments!

    Thanks for watching, I hope you like it -- keep painting & enjoying creativity!
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    Wow, I agree with Alexandra this is awesome.
    Valerie

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    I agree too, its brilliant
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    Thanks so much Alexandara, Valerie and coops

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    If this is a speedy painting, dear Andrea, either You're possessed or You should reveal us some of Your tricks, apart Your immense talent which can hardly be teached or a commodity ...
    Panta rei (everything flows)!

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    Thanks Caesar, you are really too kind, I'm just trying to learn and improve -- sometimes things are working, sometimes they are not -- I hope in the end I can keep growing as an artist, that's all that matters

    I spent kinda 3h on it, so I don't know if I can still call it "speed painting" -- but I was not concentrated and I lost a looot of time, so I guess I could have painted it in less time if doing only that and not keeping stopping for coffee, for playing guitar, for talking on skype, for smoking a a cigar and so on

    I don't think I have any trick I can reveal, since I am just learning myself, but I almost finished a little pdf and I hope you'll all enjoy reading it and find it interesting

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    Very incredible work, particularly for a short span of time, and, whatever that machine is--I want one!
    "If I could only learn to be humble, I would be so proud." Author Unknown.

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    Andrea, I *WANT* that pdf!
    Umberto

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    Dear Andrea, Beautifully done!!!, like Edward Scissorhands workshop, sort of has a mechanical whale look to it, just wonderful!

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