3 months ago 3 months agoMedusa Portrait, me, digital, 2021 by Rylee Huffman 26578views digital art, digital art painting, digital art painting tutorial, digital art tips, digital art tutorial, digital artwork, digital drawing, digital drawing tips for beginners, digital drawings, digital illustration, digital landscape art, digital painting, digital painting of lips, digital painting tutorial, digital portrait, fantasy portrait, how to draw eyes digital art, image, indian digital art, indian digital artist, indian digital painting, medusa, medusa character art, portrait, the portrait of a lady pt-02Like it? Share with your friends! 287 Facebook Twitter287 points 26 Comments Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked * Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. How do you make the scales brighter to make it look like a reflection? That’s something I’ve really struggled with.ReplyThis is one of the most creative Medusa interpretations I’ve ever seen. It’s so realistic that I can see myself running into her on the street.ReplyIt’s breathtaking! I’d frame it and put it on display in my house… You did an excellent job!ReplyPlease visit our website. I’d like to see more of your work.ReplyThe melanin is a great finishing touch, OP. This is fantastic.ReplyYour composition is fantastic! All of the comments that mention how her snakes are styled instead of running amok on her head are right. That’s a very nice visual break from the standard.ReplyLike someone else said, I like how you’ve managed to mix a new hairstyle with the snakes instead of doing it the same way everyone else does. AWESOME AF You did a fantastic job.ReplyThis is a fantastic depiction. One of the coolest I’ve seen, and I’m even more impressed with how you finished the piece once you got to the eyes.ReplyWill the snakes yawn if she yawned, or are they all self-contained?ReplyShe’s going to turn me into stone, hel-ReplyThis is fascinating. I’d love to have her as a painting in my home. This is the first time I’ve seen myself as Medusa!ReplyIt’s unusual to see depictions of thicker snakes, and it looks fantastic! This is stunning, terrifying, and endearing all at the same time.ReplyThis is one of the most unique interpretations of Medusa I’ve ever seen. I really like how you made her seem kind, serene, and very human. Not the monsterous edition we’re used to seeing. She was a beautiful human girl transformed into a demon by Athena for sleeping with Posiedon, according to Ovid’s version of her “origin story.” That’s what I’m seeing. Also, the snakes are insanely cool!ReplyIt’s lovely. She has the ability to medusme on any given day.ReplyThis is incredible. Myths and stories about the Gorgons fascinate me. I’m not sure I’ve ever seen her snake hair portrayed in such a thick, flowing style. Stunning job.ReplyYou misspelled Cassiopeia.ReplyThis is fantastic! Such beauty, intelligence, and youth, giving her a put-together and elegant look rather than the crazy demon beast vibe she typically gives off. I’d like to learn more about Medusa.ReplyI really like how you made her eyes slits, but they’re still such a lovely color, I could stare at them for hours.ReplyThat isn’t how Greeks appear.ReplyThis is absolutely stunning, and I adore it.ReplyIt’s kind of strange that this is the first and only time I’ve ever seen Medusa portrayed with snakes that look powerful and menacing in and of themselves. There’s a deep creative tradition of turning them into a swarm of adorable little garden snakes.This version is insanely cool.ReplyMedusa has such a tragic backstory, and this artwork does a fantastic job of portraying her in a positive light.ReplyThis appeals to me greatly. The colors are fantastic, and I especially enjoy the subtler play on the tension between good and evil: 1) Her eyes have a childlike quality to them. 2) However, snake hairReplyHer snakes and skin tone are particularly appealing to me. You did an excellent job.ReplyI like how the snakes imitate her hair rather than make her look like a beast!ReplyMedusa has never appeared to me with so few snakes. This is fantastic work; thank you for shattering my preconceived notions.ReplyWhat's Your Reaction? Unuseful 0 Unuseful Useful 0 Useful hate 0 hate love 0 love Posted by Rylee Huffman Alcohol scholar. Food expert. Lifelong troublemaker. Internet junkie. Passionate gamer. Social media practitioner. Webaholic.