by: Melissa Ashcraft
A good idea starts to become reality with a pen mark — a doodle, or a couple of circles around key phrases. Often the paper is the back of a napkin, or a receipt dug out of the bottom of a bag.
The possibilities are many, starting with Adobe® Photoshop® or Photoshop® Elements®. But other accessible and powerful apps await, such as Autodesk® SketchBook®, Corel® Painter™, ArtRage® Studio and Anime...
Make something. Share it with others. Be visual. With a Wacom pen tablet and your computer, you’ll find all new ways of expressing yourself. And it’s not just for artists, but anyone who has ever had an...
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Jon Burgerman is an artist who sometimes strays into the world of illustration, design, performance art and music. By his own account, he creates “hyperkinetic images” with pen and paint, both analog and digital.