Check out my other place to purchase prints of my art and other items with my art printed on them like coffee mugs, totes, tee shirts, and lots of other stuff.
I am still on Fine Art America they do the same thing as Pixels. And please don’t forget my Etsy shop if you want to purchase a digital image.
What is the difference between these sources for my art?
On Etsy you can purchase a digital image. There is no physical product, just a digital one. Unless you want me to print and sign an image. Then select purchase that option and I will print you a beautiful copy of my art.
On Fine Art America and Pixel.com you can not buy a digital image and they do the printing. They print on a wide variety of canvas types and offer framing. They also print on commodity items like coffee mugs, tee shirts, totes and bunches of other items, just in case you need to wake up to my art on you morning coffee or delight in carrying your stuff around in a tote with one of my beautiful angels printed on it.
There are links below to checkout. Have fun looking at all the art on these great sites. Have a great day.
Fine Art America
This painting is a study of how Art Rage handles blending colors. Why do this? Because blending is an essential part of painting. And every digital art software handles blending differently. Most don’t blend at all. Even using the blending brushes falls way short of the real thing.
By the real thing I mean traditional media. Oil, pastel, and water color being the major players in traditional media. There are others and for the most part blending color is a major skill to master with all traditional media. When I started oil painting I must have done 50 little paintings like this. It taught me a lot about what to expect when I mixed colors together.
For reference my oil palette is just cad red, cad yellow, ultramarine blue, white, and burnt seinia. I can make any color I need this this palette. You can not do that with digital paint. That is the most disappointing and difficult thing to get used to.
As you can see Art Rage does a good job of blending. I think Art Rage is the best on the market for blending. But the results sometimes are surprising. So it pays to practice.
Thanks for reading.
In social media I try to follow artists and makers of creations I like. This is one of the artists I follow. His work is beautiful and his commitment to his art is monumental. In my opinion.
I do not follow people for inspiration because that should come from within me. I follow them because I love beautiful and interesting creations. I find that the people that create or make these things are also interesting. Thank you all for your commitment to your craft.
Last night was about bridges. I don´t have any practice with painting bridges but they have always been fascinating for me. I think the Brooklyn Bridge over the Hudson is the prototype of all bridges. And it is a challenge to paint, to create a feeling of the dimension without filling the sheet with a […]
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