Monday, July 16, 2007

Digitally Painted Landscape with Traditional Look

Today I digitally painted the landscape for my exclusive art distributor in Florida who wanted particular colors and looks. The reason I'm proud of this is because it looks like I made a pretty easy transition from traditional oil on canvas art to digital format after a few basic tutorials, and I'd like to say - I enjoyed it! (thanks to Corel Painter X and new RealBristle brushes)



  1. As always, awesome stuff.

    I do have a question though: since that's digital, how do you sell it? Does it print off onto special art paper? How does that actually work?

    Keep it up! Looking forward to more!

  2. there are websites, they can print on canvas or paper and even frame it or any camera store in the mall. Thanks for checking out

  3. I talked about you and your blog in 360stylecast episode 8.

  4. hey Great work!

    I had a question that you might know the answer to.

    I know that you can sample colors from images to use in your paintings, but do you know where I can get hold of standard color sets with colors like burnt sienna, ultrmarine blue etc?...

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