Photoshop – A Great Program
Photoshop is a great program to create professional artistic effects. If you don’t have Photoshop, there is still a way to achieve comparable results.The Art of the Information Age: Digital Art
“Digital art defines the contemporary.” How well that could have once been said about photography and even colored glass was at one time a technical advancement that found application in art form. This really got the gears going in my head thinking about digital art in a different way, within a new context.Sea Glass: A Raw Material Used by Artists
Sea glass is the product of man-made debris tumbled on the ocean or lake beaches for years, eventually washing up on beaches all over the world. The finest characteristics of sea glass are their colors and contrasts, which inspire many artists to transform this unique debris into some astonishingly beautiful art.Graphic Through Traffic
Los-Angeles, home of the “stuck in traffic driver”, is the city I am living in and I am not complaining. This article is not going to talk about the traffic and how much it sucks, but about what we see while we are driving in town, on freeways, taking buses and trains, and even catching flights.Perspective Drawing – Pencil Or Pen – Which One Should I Use?
Producing perspective drawings is very much like creating a technical drawing and a piece of art all at the same time. There is a lot to the technical process and technique when you put down your first perspective lines- which in reality are construction lines – and it seems that using a pencil would give the best results. A hard-ish pencil would yield a tight precise and neat drawing.