Arkwork

"Untitled" Digital Painting
“Untitled” Digital Painting
"Untitled" Digital 'Drafting'
“Untitled” Digital ‘Hi-Tech’ Drafting
"Untitled" Digital Drawing
“Untitled” Digital Drawing
"Untitled" Digital Painting
“Untitled” Digital Painting

Artwork by Carsen A. Teasdale ©2015

Quote – Wikipedia: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/

“Digital_paintingThe specific visual characteristics of a digital painting can be traced back to the software. They include transparency, symmetry, distortion, repetition, texture, embossing (creating 3D illusions), mathematically perfect circles, ellipses, squares and other forms, and a flat surface due to the (up to now) technical impossibility to make the brush stroke visible. The option to undo without a trace up to twenty or more brush strokes or other actions, permits a more spontaneous, intuitive way of working than is possible in traditional painting.”

“The choice of program (or specific feature within a program) determines the output to have the characteristics of a watercolor, lino cut, screen print, oil painting etc. Thus, digital painting is not so much a new medium as a new appearance of the whole range of existing mediums, supplemented with some new features.”

                   

©2015 Nicole Rigets

3 thoughts on “Arkwork

    1. Yes… and the Artist is my 14 year old Grandson 🙂
      I subsequently discovered that the untitled image: Digital ‘Hi-Tech’ Drafting, shares elements and a common base, in the presence of technology in everyday life, with the Canadian Artist, Douglas Coupland. Thank you for letting us know you enjoyed seeing this work… xo

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