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Architectonic Morphism

Digital paintings

Digital paintings have certainly come a long way since the first digital art software hit the market in the mid 1980s. Today's digital artwork can so realistically mimic the look of paint as to fool the eye, and digital tools are allowing the virtual replication of traditional painting techniques. While digital painting permits the creative person the convenience of operating in associate organized, mess-free atmosphere, some argue there'll continually be a lot of management for associate creative person holding a physical brush in their hand. Some artists believe there's one thing missing from digital painting, like the character that's distinctive to each physically created object. Several artists post blogs and inquire into the varied variations between digitally created work and historically created design.








Complex Formation

Digital Prints


Digital art has come a long way in the last two decades. Advances in both software and hardware have allowed artists to produce high quality digital prints of exquisite artwork on paper and canvas, among other materials. Artists can use a combination of digital tools and traditional media (e.g. paint, graphite, photography), or they may create entirely digital works that effectively mimic drawing, painting, etc. Alternatively, they can choose to produce pixel-precise, obviously computer-aided designs impossible to create by traditional methods alone.






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History Of
Digital Prints

The origins of digital artwork can be traced back to 1963 when MIT student Ivan Sutherland created the first digital drawing program--Sketchpad, which allowed the user to manipulate digital objects using a light pen on a monitor. The first commercially-available software drawing program, MacPaint by Apple Computers, followed in 1984. However, Adobe Systems software set industry standards by releasing Adobe Illustrator for the Apple Macintosh in 1986, followed by Photoshop in 1991. Even today when there are myriad graphic programs and applications geared toward digital art creation and photo manipulation, Adobe programs still remain the most widely-used by digital artists and photographers today. Other popular digital artwork software includes Corel Painter, ArtRage, and Krita.






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Decorating With
Digital Prints

As with any other artwork, it’s ideal to select work that complements your existing decor in both color, style, and composition. If there are specific colors in your room that you’d like to emphasize, look for digital works which feature that color. For a harmonious look, pay attention to the lines (whether curvy or angular) in your artwork to see if they echo the lines in your room. For a more eclectic, eye-catching look, find work with colors that contrast with its surroundings, but in complementary hues. If you like the look of traditional paintings, purchase ready-to-hang digital canvas prints--as this material lends weight and texture to artwork created in a virtual platform.






Juxtaposed Compilation Constructed

Gifting With
Prints

Digital tools allow artists and photographers to create visually arresting, often dreamlike effects, making digital prints terrific gifts for those who love futuristic, unusual, and/or surrealistic images. Also, the wide stylistic range of digital artwork ensures that you’ll find suitable works for those who love painting, drawing, collage, or photography.
















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My Rising Projection

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Complex Formation

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Context of Dreams (vegetable)

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The Tender Matter

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The Interfering Sentiment

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Dialogue with Interfering Reality

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Dimension vs Shape

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Effective Form Constructed

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Theme From Indestructible Metamorphosis

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Sentiment And Muse


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Perceptive Formation

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Sketch of Aesthetic Dimensionality

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Soft Impression of Dysplastic Departure

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The Continuation of Dreams

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The Deeper Structure

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Movement Of Life

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Memories Of Silent Creation

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Trancendental Soul of Innocence

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