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digital artwork

digital paintings

Digital Paintings are pictures that are "painted" using any type of computer paint program. These programs can emulate many different artist tools such as watercolors, charcoal, markers, and crayons. Pure digital paintings are done from scratch; that is to say, no photographs are scanned in and manipulated. This makes this type of computer art most like painting physical paintings (except for the fact that it is much less messy!)

Mistakes can be "undone" in digital paintings. The "Undo" feature lets artists make changes after it would be too late if they were using physical paint. This safety mechanism can cause the artist to be more creative, since he or she does not have to be afraid to experiment.

Also unlike physical paintings, digital paintings can be saved at different stages. This allows the artist to branch out in many different creative directions from one original idea.

villanova chapelwith umbrella in handgreen mary

squares #3squares #4

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