Here at Wacom, we love all kinds of artistic creations and styles; but one that has always caught our eye is Digital Painting.
Digital painting is a technique of digital creative art, however, it isn’t a computer-generated artwork, given the fact that it doesn’t include the PC natural algorithms and self- creation. In digital painting, the person utilizes painting strategies to make the picture appear on the PC.
Additionally, digital painting is unmistakable from digital photo manipulation, in that it is a unique development without any preparation. While photographic components might be consolidated into digital paintings, they are not the essential premise or hotspot for them. In a portion of my pictures, I utilize no photographic components by any stretch of the imagination.
The images below are by Andrea Stangoni, a digital painter from Italy. His paintings are the result of conceptualizing a thought and afterward executing that idea as a digital form, from at least one unique components that the artist creates using a Wacom pen tablet, a digital camera or scanner, and programming instruments.
Anyway, enjoy Andrea Stangoni´s digital paintings
#Showerthought – Do you think Bob Ross would have used a Wacom tablet if he could?
We would love to see Bob Ross show off some strokes and maybe a happy little bush… Keeping that as a secret to ourselves.