What is speedpainting?
Speedpainting is the process of recording your screen while you're doing a work of art, such as a painting or digital art, and then reproducing the resulting video at a high speed, so it looks like sped up, as if the work had been done in seconds instead of hours.
Speedpaiting videos are very popular among digital artists, because they allow to show a full artist's creative process and the exact steps they took to create the work of art in a matter of seconds or minutes, so other people can learn, follow and replicate.
How to make a speedpaint?
To make a speedpaint, you will need a software to record your computer screen, preferrably an app to record a screen timelapse like Hustl. We made a comprehensive guide on how to make a speedpaint, go check it out!
What is a good video editor for speedpaints?
Most people use software like iMovie or Windows Movie Maker, but if you use a screen timelapse recorder app for Mac like Hustl, you won't need to edit your speedpaints afterwards, because it already gives you a sped-up, ready-to-share speedpaint video. You can check all methods in our speedpainting tutorial.