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right... i did this is MS paint with a mouse because i wanted to show everyone that it doesn't matter what program you use or what equipment you have... you can still make artwork... true it may take longer but the idea is still true... so yeah... this took me around 10-15ish hours using a reference to make sure i was getting a photo realistic quality... so yeah... feel free to comment and be honest... i want the truth and wont be offended... Ciao

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Wow! this is incredible MS paint, this has got me completely mind boggled, I remember trying to draw on Ms paint back in the day messing around lol I cant get my head around how some of you guys are so skilled, its amazing!!

I'm certain that someone just passing by would think this is a photograph. Very good work (where did you get the photo from?). The only complaint from me would be that the hair looks like brush strokes if examined closely so the hair isn't extremely realistic. The picture itself reminds me of an album cover they would use in the 80's (if she had clothes on :) Very good job!

In Mircrosoft Paint?!?! HOLY FUCKING SHIT WHAT THE FUCK! Oh my god...
This should be in a art gallery somewhere.

Holy shit~ Ms paint? Fucking beast~ :D

LegolaSS responds:

Ms paint + Mouse + Laptop + around 17? hours time = Picture

One word...Favorite!

Credits & Info

4.62 / 5.00

Mar 18, 2011
7:27 AM EDT
Fine Art
File Info
500 x 500 px
154.8 KB

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