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Your cold, inverted heart by Trabbold Your cold, inverted heart by Trabbold
This piece was for the Cloud 9 forums weekly challenge. It was inspired by Austin Grossman's "Soon I Will Be Invincible". Taken from an inner monologue a supervillain named Doctor Impossible is having about why he became a supervillain. The proper line is "What do you do? You become a hero to your own cold, inverted heart."
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johnrett Featured By Owner May 7, 2012  Hobbyist Filmographer
great work! love it!
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adamctierney Featured By Owner Jan 1, 2012  Professional Digital Artist
Absolutely amazing. I wish this was a tangible piece so I could buy it. :)
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Trabbold Featured By Owner Jan 10, 2012  Professional Digital Artist
Thank you so much Adam! unfortunately it's digital :(
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Pojypojy Featured By Owner Jul 15, 2009  Professional General Artist
Beautiful pic, and beautiful quote to go with it!
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ZWYER Featured By Owner Oct 13, 2008  Professional Filmographer
That's creepy-cool! All this digital? If so, what program and what kind of brushes? It has an organic feel to it.
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Trabbold Featured By Owner Oct 13, 2008  Professional Digital Artist
That was Photoshop with a little bit of Painter. The brushes I use in PS are the one labeled "19" that tapers. I adjust the spacing to be closer and save the preset. In Painter I use the acrylic brush and the round pastel, when I use it, among others. I never really got into using a ton of different brushes in PS.
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ZWYER Featured By Owner Oct 13, 2008  Professional Filmographer
I gotta try painter out.
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Trabbold Featured By Owner Oct 13, 2008  Professional Digital Artist
I've been on the Painter wagon since 5.5 onthe Mac I think I bought it because everyone else used Photoshop and I just *had* to be different :P.

It's a great tool but I still us PS in conjunction with it. I find getting into a new program with a piece might force something else to happen that might not otherwise. My only complaint with it is it's really hard to get a good work flow going. Things I can breeze through in PShop takes much longer in Painter.
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