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LEOPARD Stage 6 by JoeJusko LEOPARD Stage 6 by JoeJusko
I added the furry texture by painting in between the spots and slightly overlapping the strokes and the spots. Were the cat larger I would have brushed the spots and spaces back and forth more thoroughly but it didn't really need it here. Highlights were Yellow Ochre and white for the golden areas and Parchment and Titanium White for the underbelly area. Shadows were deepened with Hookers Green Deep.
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Zenie250 Featured By Owner Jul 13, 2014  Student Artist
not the original Tarzan i remember but totally cool and epic!
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Creedwar35 Featured By Owner Dec 21, 2011
Great as always and wonderful shadows..Bravo.
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cLos71 Featured By Owner Jun 4, 2009  Professional Digital Artist
AWESOME!!
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FindingOx Featured By Owner Apr 10, 2009
jaw-droppin'... thx for taking the time and effort to show the steps!
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DIchigo Featured By Owner Apr 10, 2009  Student Traditional Artist
it's been very interesting and informative to see the progression of the painting of the leopard.
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KathrynWhiteford Featured By Owner Apr 9, 2009  Professional General Artist
Thank you so much for sharing these stages of your painting! :excited:
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JoeJusko Featured By Owner Apr 9, 2009
My pleasure!
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twistedmentality Featured By Owner Apr 9, 2009  Professional General Artist
insane work ! im doing alot of studying. do you use the technique of creating air ?
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JoeJusko Featured By Owner Apr 9, 2009
Not quite sure I understand. :-(
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twistedmentality Featured By Owner Apr 9, 2009  Professional General Artist
the technique may be called something else , im not sure. my friend Nick Rose who apprentices under Daniel Horne refers to the method as that.

basically you try not to make a hard outline of the subject and the deeper things are in the background the more "air" they have around them. this is to make the subject fit into the illo more if iam correctly understanding it.

iam always trying new things out and learning things as i go.
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