The Last Iso
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The Last Iso

Author Comments

This is my step by step process :)

Some of you (you know who you are) mailed me asking to see some steps to how I approached my Medusa one.
It was done exactly the same in method... just a different painting.

Hope you guys like it...
If you want to see the final image go into my art section and check there :D

Reviews


This will really come in handy ;)
Great stuff!



almost fooled me

i could have sworned it was a picture but the hand holding the disk and the hair really gave it away. other than that it looks quite realistic. what did you use for textures on the skin?



You've done it!

I must admit that i've asked 3 artists how they had made thier art...
2 of them refused to tell.
The 3rd artist made some art which was twice as awesome!
Guess who... lol xD

My point is: Splosh, is the greatest artist on Newgrounds ^^


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JoshSummana responds:

Hahah thanks a lot man :) much appreciated.... hope what I told ya helped :D


Bwaha

I almost prefer the steps to the finished work--I like seeing the process :D
I've been trying to figure out how to add colour to a greyscale painting. Is there a special brush or do you just use witchcraft?


JoshSummana responds:

Nah just the normal circle brush :)


Icywhatudidthere

Very interesting step by step process... good to know how this all works ;))
keep em up sunshine.


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JoshSummana
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Uploaded
Jan 17, 2011 | 12:49 AM EST
Category
Illustration
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1743 x 1232 px
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468.8 kb
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