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    Digital.. I believe the original was a watercolor, though I'm not certain.
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    Digital.. I believe the original was a watercolor, though I'm not certain.
    Photoshop or Manga studio?

    The reason I ask is I think Frazetta usually worked in oils and some of the effects seen in his pieces were natural chemical reactions that resulted from working in that medium. Now if you are using a digital medium you will have to artificially re-create those chemical reactions. It may be an idea to choose a medium that mimics the original medium as much as possible. Unless of course you are wanting to try and learn techniques to do this.

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    The original is indeed a watercolor (thanks google ) Which makes me think when I go to tighten the colors perhaps I should experiment with layers.. hmm..
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