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Invisible Woman Auction Art

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By AdamHughes   |   Watch
Published: October 20, 2010
© 2010 - 2019 AdamHughes
Client: For Auction
Media: Pencil, PITT Pen, COPIC Markers, Berol Brismacolor Pencil and White Acrylic on Strathmore Drawing Paper

This auction piece was done to help folks who are victims of domestic violence. The piece is up for auction NOW, and can be found HERE:



The auction ended, and the piece raised $7500!!
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Adobe Photoshop CS2 Windows
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sakpalameyHobbyist Traditional Artist
I can see her.
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pfendino Traditional Artist
totally awesome! class act!
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DonnietuStudent General Artist
Nice one.
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TysirrProfessional Digital Artist
Sweet Job :happybounce:
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All the best!
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MCQ07GnHobbyist Traditional Artist
Love it!!
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SmilinJackProfessional General Artist
Awesome piece!

I've been using the Pitt pens a lot lately I really like them.

I've been using primacolor markers along with them, is there an advantage to the Copics over the Prismacolors?
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She's Lovely!!! Nice Work!!!
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thundergoatHobbyist Traditional Artist
LOVE the forcefield/bubble action going on all over the place! Amazing!
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I cant stop staring at this! LOL. The tones (color) of her face is flawless! I know you use Copics, but what actual colors did you apply for her hair/Skin tones? PERFECT GOOD SIR!!!
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It's just warm grey COPICS for her face and hair...
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sprucetreeHobbyist General Artist
I think that she has a more reasonable bosom size, for a comic book character! Surprise!
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DSilStudent General Artist
Before the image came up, I just read the title and thought, "Well that's going to be a boring picture." I forgot, you see, that she's not ALWAYS invisible.
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cyxodusProfessional Artist
I love the use of light sepia, it really does tone down the negative area. The radiating bubbles also helps to focus the viewer on her face. Brilliant work and worth the money.
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LOVE IT!!!! How did you get the effect on the BG? Its amazing!
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It's COPIC markers, just noodled around. Then I dropped COPIC Colorless Blender straight from the bottle to sort of bleach or stain the background.
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THANK YOU! Quite clever! I appreciate the time you took to reply. Im sure you get a billion of these. It means alot.
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