Tuesday, October 18, 2016

Digital Painting with Photoshop

Hello everyone, last week I posted about a new artistic avenue that I have just started exploring: Digital Art—a fast, fun and less-messy way to be creative and to work on your drawing/painting skills. Today, I am sharing two more paintings that I created using the powerful editing program Photoshop (PS), which enabled me to achieved some wonderful effects that other free painting software that I had tried did not provide.

See my first Digital Paintings that I created with PS here:

  
While PS is not a free program, for those of you interested in trying it, Adobe offers a free 7-day trial, which I used to create the pieces that I am sharing today (currently they offer a monthly subscription to use the program after the 7 days, but you can at least see if it something you are interested in purchasing). Please note that I am not receiving any compensation for this review, but trying to provide information on creative outlets for fellow artists and art enthusiasts.


Here is a great YouTube video on "Thumbnail Art” that will help you get started with using PS for painting:


For this first set of digital paintings I was inspired by the concept art of several artists who use PS to create their professional work. I hope that you are inspired by what you see and will try to create some paintings of your own - art is such a fun way to be creative and it brings such joy to admire something that you created!   


The Digital Paintings:


Misty Pines. Digital Art by Charles Wolf. 
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 Griffins. Digital Art by Charles Wolf. 
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Thank you for stopping by here at Impulsive Artistry. What did you think of my latest paintings? Please come again for more art, photography, and other creative activities every week!

Have a fantastic artistic week,

—Charles 

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Cornfield Impression—Timelapse Painting Video. 
Artist Charles Wolf. Impulsive Artistry Blog Productions. 
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If you would like to watch me paint traditionally with actual paint on a canvas then check out the Impulsive Artistry YouTube Channel where you will find instructional painting videos, timelapses (like the one above) and more! 


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