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The Last Iso

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Ahhhhh .... Majorly happy with this one :)

So yeah... Should have been sleeping but was working my way through Dexter and thought I would paint and decided to do some fanart from TRON... specifically featuring the gorgeous Olivia Wilde :D

I was aiming for the photo realism look in regards to the face.... I reckon another few practices and I should be nearly there :D

I hope you guys like it :) comments always appreciated if you got the time :)

It took around 8 hours approx and was done in photoshop cs5 on a cintiq :D

NO this is not from my head... I used a reference to copy from. I did not trace or paint over an image. Its painted from scratch.
If you wish to see the step by step process go to my art section and it is in there :D

THANKS FOR THE FEATURE NG :D

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Realy good job !

Great job, love the face, but then again it is Olivia Wilde ;) The highlights are great. I think what could be done to make it a little better is give the disc that blur they did in the movie. I don't know how to describe it whether it's a steaming blur or a motion blur but play around with it. And maybe have some strands of hair brighter.

Wow, its like a photo!

I love Tron. I love Quorra. I love Olivia Wilde. I love this drawing. I love you. Thank you :D

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