Pax Deorum
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Pax Deorum

Author Comments

A large illustration done in Ms Paint in December 2008. I experimented with water effects and the spray can tool and found it quite fun and useful for textures like mist, snow, and scales.

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it's nice to see artist still using paint

While I admit I do use photoshop, I still like to whip out paint once in a while, and when I was younger it was the only thing I used! So having used it as much as I did, I can really grasp how much skill this must have taken. Really, really great work. Love the effects as well as the characters. Keep it up!


StarwolfTsuname responds:

Ah yes, good ol Ms Paint right? XD Thank you very much for the comment, much appreciated!


Dude

Masterful! Truly amazing.


StarwolfTsuname responds:

Thank you very much for the comment! I am glad you like it! :3


holy fucking shit?

really dude? paint?! just wow...


StarwolfTsuname responds:

heh yup its paint man! :3


fucking wow

the way you've used strong saturated colours in this piece, especially on the centaur water god guy, incredibly powerful, this is one of the best pixel works I have ever seen.


StarwolfTsuname responds:

Thank you very much for the comment, I really appreciate it! I needed colors that would work and still look appealing and sort of glowing ( if thats even possible for paint ) Thank you very much for the comment, I really appreciate it! :3


wow

A real Ms Paint masterpiece =P


StarwolfTsuname responds:

Heh thank you glad you like it :3

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Uploaded
Feb 2, 2010 | 6:02 PM EST
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