Breaking Through 

  
I am very happy with this painting, I’m glad to say. 

I started this painting in Rebelle with watercolors and inks. I love how much Rebelle mimics real watercolors and real water. This is the future of digital art. As technology advances, and more people become digital artists, the lines will continue to blur. 

Right now, digital artists are thought of as separate, different. But there’s no difference. Art is art. It’s just a matter of everyone coming into the future. Change always meets with resistance. So-called purists are just short sided. 

I finished this painting in Painter. I used the new dynamic speckle brushes. They are magnificent. Corel hit one out of the ballpark with these brushes. They look and work just like real life brushes. There is no end to the amount of customization one can do to these brushes. 

  4 comments for “Breaking Through 

  1. Ros
    February 5, 2016 at 9:36 pm

    I love it! It looks so bright and happy! And a great choice of colours! Such a change from a dull, grey, British winter!

    I’ve not been so well through January, so haven’t explored my Christmas present yet, but I hope to be making my first steps into digital art before too much longer. Just need to get it set up…

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    • February 5, 2016 at 9:52 pm

      Hi Roz. Thanks so much for your comments. If you have any questions about digital art, feel free to ask me. I hope you’re soon feeling better.

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  2. February 5, 2016 at 3:27 pm

    Excellent, Kerry! Have a wonderful weekend! 😉

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