Interesting how a very quick and messy coloring can still convey the shape quite well. What people tend to forget is what a bad render is: a badly colored sketch or a well colored sketch that doesn't communicate the surfaces? The latter.
In my opinion, it is too messy to be used in a professional environment, but it is still an interesting exercise to communicate the shapes with a minimum amount of time and colors.
Thanks a lot, was really loose on this one, but I kinda like that kind of painting without any accuracy, it's just painting without having to think about whether the lines do fit or not, if they don't, it somehow doesn't matter just keep going
yeah thats true the truth is im not impressed by art that imitates reality perfectly. when i can see bold marks and simple strokes that still convey the idea and forms im much more impressed. anyone can layer up 1000 strokes to describe something. when you use but one to do the same thing, thats whats amazing to me. also in the age of computers seeing the mark of the human is always refreshing to me.