I did this about a year ago for a magazine contest. It was my first digital painting and it took me a week or so to get used to the whole working on layers, dealing with opacity and pen pressure but when I finally got it, it was like opening a window of endless possibilities, (cmd+z I'm your biggest fan) the ability of going back and forward to get every detail right its something priceless. Don't get me wrong I love my watercolors, oleos, acrylics wouldn't trade them for anything in the world. But it's the novelty of time saving that started my appreciation for digital painting. The painting was titled "Midas whimsical touch"