So after learning digital art on svs I thought I would put it to some positive use and help beginner painters and the response has been great so far, if your interested it is here : https://youtu.be/mJYmYxAkapM
Ive also been interested in how to identify really good pieces so i can practise on my own. APart from the artist(s) mentioned in the lesson, I don't know where else to find artists of the same calibre on my own. If you ever have any good sources, would you mind sharing some with me :D?
I thought the witch said she thought he was someone else. Or is that just what she tells him (even though she is waiting for a Hillbert)? Also, I thought Hillberts were pretty rare, so does she just wait there all the time?
Just a couple of things to think about as you work out your stories! I think it will make a fun series.
I think that what will lead to the longevity of pure;u digital art is how much it is shared. Because the more places it is shared the more easily it is found. And like back in up a hard drive, the more places it is backed up the more resilient it is to loss. Imagine people backing up your computer drive over and over.however, we ball against Work being freely shared because of copyright. So here’s the thought...could we be restricting our works longevity...are we the very instruments of our own artistic demise?will it in fact be the Creative Commons art which ultimately wins out? (Thinking I’ve had too much wine..... ;-) ‘)
I found a video recently that goes into a bit more detail about the beginnings of impressionism that @Lee-White mentions... thought it was worth a watch https://youtu.be/6fdprm0QcqU
The Chap in the video Tom Keating was a very successful art restorer and sexton blaker haha
@Lee-White Thank you for going to the trouble to re-record! I so wanted to attend the webinar but couldn't due to a last minute conflict. I have just downloaded the PDF and will be going over it today :-).