The final photo had to be greyscaled, since the available lighting gave the piece a couple of different colors that weren’t really there, and I feel like some depth or richness has been lost as a result… but I’m still satisfied, and the recipient was extremely pleased with the original. Here is the frame she chose for it:

2 thoughts on “Joe

  1. This looks really lovely. And despite you having done the bg last, you’ve succeeded in making it look seamless with Joe, I must say! :3c.

    1. Thanks again! The background is not as aggravating as it could be, considering the crooked lines. I kinda wanted the upper part to be more blurry and less erasey, but I ran out of time and got lazy. I still think it looks pretty good. Actually I’m really pleased with the wood grain on the bottom part.

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