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There’s no such thing as computer generated art

[Originally published April 27, 2014] It’s an entirely misleading term, computer generated art. Digital art, or even just art would be more accurate in most cases. Computer generated art conjures an image of someone sitting back with their arms folded watching while a computer auto-generates a painting. This couldn’t be further from the

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Strata Design 3D-CX: Lattice

Strata Design 3D-CX: Lattice

Building a lattice cylinder in Strata Design 3D CX … a rough approach. Turns out as a tapered basket form, in spite of starting with a cylinder. Probably something off in the rotation of the initial rib. Or, in the Z position of the rotation center.

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Chromatic Black Friday

Chromatic Black Friday

Impressionist painters avoided using straight black in the shadow and dark areas of their paintings because straight-from-the-tube black is a rather lifeless color. They chose instead to use chromatic blacks (a.k.a. mixed black), which usually don’t contain any black pigment. They are mixed either on the palette or in advance

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En plein air

En plein air

En plein air is a French expression which means “in the open air” and is generally used to refer to the act of painting outdoors, It is also called peinture sur le motif (“painting on the ground”) in French. Typically, the painting is done on site, often in one session and depicts

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Giclée

Giclée (zjee-KLAY) is a neologism coined in 1991 by printmaker Jack Duganne for fine art digital prints made on inkjet printers. The name originally applied to fine art prints created on IRIS printers in a process invented in the late 1980s but has since come to mean any inkjet print.

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Translucent plastic & liquid caustics

Strata Forums This is what I’m trying to achieve… translucent plastic with liquid that diffuses/refracts light. This is what I have so far, after MANY hours of tweaking materials, lights, light domes… I want to get light refracting through the liquid. There’s a tiny bit of that along the bottom

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Painting Sold!

Painting Sold!

Painting Sold! Bee Boxes Acrylic on birch panel. 18.75″ x 17″ $800 See what else is available here

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Our Family’s Sauerbraten Recipe

Our Family's Sauerbraten Recipe

Our Family’s Sauerbraten Recipe From the kitchen of Ida Gott, mother of Earla Moth Russell, mother of Bob Russell, father of Jerry Russell It’s a traditional German recipe of sliced beef in a savory sweet/sour gravy, served over noodles. Pictured above with a side of red cabbage and a pretzel roll.

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Feedback

Some really cool ones in there! I do LOVE my necklace, by the way! Beautiful.

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Human Heart

Human Heart

Photoshop painting of human heart with calcified tissue

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