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Tarzan Painting at Comicon

By JoeJusko
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Unveiling the painting at this past year's San Diego Comicon (Comicon International) during the Tarzan's 100th Anniversary panel. The great frame was made at the 11th hour by Stephen Bergstrom, owner of Frame It Yourself in San Diego. Thanks, Stephen! You saved my weekend!
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BrucePluto's avatar
Love this Tarzan painting Joe....
labX12's avatar
I heard that you were a grate artis from a youtuder and he was right . if you have time can you help with a concept villain thank you .
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erdna1's avatar
The step-by step of the painting was fascinating. Very nice!
LiamSharp's avatar
Was amazing to see this in the pigment! Love it big man! :-)
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SithHound01's avatar
You are a God among mortals and I thank you for sharing your visions on this site.
SpaceRacer55's avatar
EPIC. That is one awesome piece of art. Congratulations!
Mansfield114's avatar
pure awesomeness!
toppa23's avatar
marvelous work
is fantastic to see step by step this masterpiece
StriderSyd's avatar
Just looking at this kinda makes me want to do the Tarzan yell.
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LucidCreations's avatar
Ahhh my goodness...I want it in my room! It's so badass!
RUshN's avatar
Congratulation !

And thank you for painting amazing work! and inspire at same time.
Emerson-Fialho's avatar
Hello, Joe!

I'm a fan of his work since 1985 ... I admire his technique and extensive knowledge in anatomy. I have several comic book "The Savage Sword of Conan", which covers many you sign.

His work is spectacular! I wish you much happiness, hope a career full of success and great achievements!

Congratulations on a great talent, my friend! Great honor to meet you!

Emerson Fialho.
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Again, beautiful work, Joe!
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Great work! I love how the pose jumps out of the page, and the background is so intricate. I've been a fan of yours since seeing your work on SSOC. Seeing your process is interesting, how you paint fully each section one at a time. I thought in my own paintings that this would be a great time saver, to paint it right the first time instead of retouching many times. Can you give any insight to why you work in sections? Sorry if this has been answered before.
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Just works for me. I can focus better a section at a time. Not for everyone.
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Oh my well hello Joe :giggle:
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How YOU doin'? :-)
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I'm doing good Joe it's good to hear from you I hope you and your family are well :tighthug:
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