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VAMPIRELLA-Ackerman Tribute 8 by JoeJusko VAMPIRELLA-Ackerman Tribute 8 by JoeJusko
Skin tones on Vampi are about 95% done using the mixtures I mentioned in the previous stage I'll adjust shadows and highlights as needed after the rest of her is completed.
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RobertDanielRyan Featured By Owner Apr 13, 2014  Professional General Artist
Thank you for sharing your process with us, it definitely has taught me a thing or two!
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MisterHardtimes Featured By Owner Mar 8, 2010
I love these process posts, Joe. Tons for me to learn :)
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dhusband Featured By Owner Mar 8, 2010  Hobbyist General Artist
Have sure enjoyed seeing your processes in sequence and the comments you leave behind it really does help people like me to understand the painting processes.

I would love to see you put out a dvd on how you go through your process and painting, especially since I assume you work in acrylic,and I have thought about going from oil to acrylic for myself but have found blending quite difficult in acrylics and I use them to much like oil. Oh well keep up the great work as you have for these many years. I truly inspires some of us not to give up.
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JoeJusko Featured By Owner Mar 8, 2010
Ask and you shall receive! lol Thanks for the kind words! Nice to know there's something of value in the progressives.

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dhusband Featured By Owner Mar 8, 2010  Hobbyist General Artist
Thanks Joe. Went right out and ordered it. Appreciate the information alot.
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JoeJusko Featured By Owner Mar 9, 2010
My pleasure!!!! Thanks!
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SlaughterMeister Featured By Owner Mar 8, 2010
Reminds me of this cougar I saw last night at a Megadeth show!

lol

The face is great, it's very life-like.
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JoeJusko Featured By Owner Mar 8, 2010
LOL THANKS!
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Rita-Ria Featured By Owner Mar 8, 2010  Professional Traditional Artist
comes along so great
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JoeJusko Featured By Owner Mar 8, 2010
Thanks!
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Rita-Ria Featured By Owner Mar 8, 2010  Professional Traditional Artist
very welcome
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benitogallego Featured By Owner Mar 8, 2010  Professional General Artist
Just beautiful! Great hands studies!
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JoeJusko Featured By Owner Mar 8, 2010
Hands are a pain, but fun and satisfying when they come out right! lol
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benitogallego Featured By Owner Mar 8, 2010  Professional General Artist
I totally agree!
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SpiderGuile Featured By Owner Mar 8, 2010  Professional Traditional Artist
It's gonna be terrific!! ;)
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JoeJusko Featured By Owner Mar 8, 2010
We'll seeeeeee.
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SpiderGuile Featured By Owner Mar 13, 2010  Professional Traditional Artist
Hell yeaaaah!! ;)
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shanewhite Featured By Owner Mar 7, 2010  Professional Artist
I love the control you have, man...it's measured and sure.

=s=
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JoeJusko Featured By Owner Mar 8, 2010
Thanks, Shane! I'd LOVE to loosen up but it just doesn't feel right when I do. Frustrating.
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shanewhite Featured By Owner Mar 8, 2010  Professional Artist
I think it's easier to do when painting from life. If you squint more at the subject it reduces the detail down and you start recording the sharpest edges and the overall light.

It's fun once you get the hang of it. Moeller's doing a wonderful job of it. :)

=s=
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JoeJusko Featured By Owner Mar 9, 2010
LOL My eyes suck so badly that I have to squint to see what I'm doing NOW! :-)
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Marshall-Mc Featured By Owner Mar 7, 2010
Seeing the process is like seeing magic happeninig. Another great one from you, Mr.Jusko.
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JoeJusko Featured By Owner Mar 8, 2010
Don't jinx me! lolo
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twistedmentality Featured By Owner Mar 7, 2010  Professional General Artist
hey joe, while working on a piece , do you mix a large amount of color that you are using so that you have enough or do you eye ball it when it comes time to re mix more, or maybe write down what you use and how much ?
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JoeJusko Featured By Owner Mar 8, 2010
If it's area that's gonna take some time and needs consistent color I'll pre mix in old Crystal Lite cup (GREAT free paint cups)! lol
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twistedmentality Featured By Owner Mar 8, 2010  Professional General Artist
thanks for the tip !
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SicilianValkyrie Featured By Owner Mar 7, 2010  Professional General Artist
Watching all the process is something invaluable. Thanks for sharing this with us.
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JoeJusko Featured By Owner Mar 8, 2010
My pleasure!
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aspacecowboy Featured By Owner Mar 7, 2010
Your hard work really shows! Look forward to seeing the competed piece.
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JoeJusko Featured By Owner Mar 8, 2010
Me, too! lol
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Cinar Featured By Owner Mar 7, 2010  Professional
This is going awesome!
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JoeJusko Featured By Owner Mar 8, 2010
hopefully....:-)
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