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Only Forgotten Son


So, I started this painting as something totally different... Then I got a letter from my church telling me I was being excommunicated... Consequently, the painting took a twist. I still don't know how to feel about it all, but here's the product. Feeling tipsy and honest.

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I hate it!

No, I'm kidding. This is pure beauty!

ed norton and daniel radcliff

i really dig the veins and gaseous clouds. the shading and the details like the freckles and tears are really nicely done. the throat is kinda weird to me.
and excommunicated? i didn't know that even still happened.

PandaGogo responds:

They sure do, I get booted tomorrow morning, and yes, the neck should be darker, it messes with the overall depth, Meh. I need to start another project.

how you do things like this.

did you use Photeshop or illustrator.

PandaGogo responds:

Photoshop. I do all of my paintings from scratch. In this case I had my friend Zach do a sitting so I could have a reference, but I start with a blank canvas every time.


I feel like there is just so much emotion behind this painting, it's almost tangible. It's just really out there.

Beautiful drawing

very nice details and vibrant, beautiful colors

Credits & Info

4.34 / 5.00

Jun 25, 2010
5:01 AM EDT
Fine Art
File Info
1300 x 1671 px
926.1 KB

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