Digital Fine Art


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You may not realize it, but digital art is the kind of art you are most exposed to. Computers and digital media improve our lives and our creativity in manners that we would never have thought possible only a few years ago. Some modern art experts say that digital fine art is a natural evolutionary result of the progression of human technology, and that it should be recognized as a vital cultural phenomenon.

Just like any art form, digital fine art is created by three factors: artist inspiration, technique and presentation. All the traditional artistic techniques still apply to digital art – techniques such as perspective, light, shadow and expression.

The greatest achievements of digital fine art

Perhaps the most significant impact digital art has made so far is its ability to create three-dimensional (3D) images in a few clicks. This technology paved the way for advancements in the field of digital design and applied digital sciences (as in robotics).

And, because a there are many different software and hardware tools to aid both digital fine art designers and regular users, digital art is the most accessible art form. Everyone can learn how to manipulate form, shade, space, color, movement, texture, shadow, light, transparency, radiance, luminosity and reflection to create ingenious digital fine art.

Some misconceptions

Contrary to popular belief, digital art is ‘serious’ art in a sense that the artists are just as creative as artists who use more traditional methods. The computer does not compose and create art by itself – it is still the artist who uses virtual brushes and paints to produce one-of-a-kind artwork.

The future of digital fine art

You can expect to see more elaborate, digital fine art in the future as artist’s organizations take steps to gain more publicity and launch their artworks. The move to get art enthusiasts to take digital art more seriously is likely going to progress and succeed. It won’t be long before digital fine art is traded in high end auction houses. Although the image of digital art on a computer screen can be stunning, the digital fine art print is a collectible artifact that can be appreciated on a very personal level and treasured for a lifetime.

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