e diel, 17 qershor 2007
What is Digital Art Painting?
It is a term used to describe a process of application of brushstrokes to media. However, instead of oils or chalks, the artist uses a professional painting program on their computer, thus having at their reach a varied and wide assortment of brushes, color palettes, and even textures. This is not some quick action or trick... each brush stroke is individually applied by the artist. The finished paintings, with truly stunning effects, are then printed on canvas, Fine Art papers, and other forms of media, resulting in a heirloom piece of art that will be treasured for generations to come! The stretched canvas that my paintings are applied to are museum quality. All Fine Art papers are premium archival grade paper.
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