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Creating Digital Images — 8 Comments

  1. I was curious if this software has a history palette like photoshop does. I like this image alot. It was an immediate “ooh this is different me likey” kind of response, without analysis. I admire your willingness to keep exploring and learning using just one image, and am delighted you are learning alot.
    (btw, I think you found me first !)

  2. Yes, I am very happy with the undo button also. I find that I still need it lots of times, as I keep forgetting what I did the times before when it did turn out well. I suppose I should write down those steps. You certainly know how to create great art. It is a pleasure to see what you come up with next.

  3. Love the image – I’m wondering what would it look like if you took it all the way into the highway concept: steel and asphalt – shades of white, grey, black and blue, with a few dull lights here and there. What do you think?

  4. Thank you everyone for commenting! It makes a big difference for me!

    Studio Art (unfortunately) has no history palette like Photoshop. Which is part of why I do so many saves. The newer version may have a history but I can’t justify buying it. Sue, did you maybe post on Lisa Call’s blog and then I found you from there?

    I am delighted that you are really liking these images! Rima, I will have to try the highway concept more closely … but I will have to learn from you about lighting.

    Today was a really busy day – hence a quick post for today (the next post). I am hoping people like it and it looks fresh to you!

    ~ Diane Clancy

  5. Since I am always late in the discussion, I can only compliment you for taking the plunge. Maybe a little retrospective is in order? What did you learn as an artist? I mean, not the technical stuff (I know you love that aspect and others will strangle me for my comments, haha) but I really would like to know the workings of your inner mind as an artist. Thanks!

  6. So, by a retrospective, as you saying you want to see a lot of paintings at once or something else? You know me, I work to please my audience besides myself …. so I will listen to your suggestions.

    I have scooped up your questions about learning as an artist to answer soon. I am curious, why do you think others will object to your question? I am serious! I would be glad to share my inner workings …

    ~ Diane Clancy

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