Wilpena Pound from Stokes Lookout

Posted by barbara on July 2, 2013

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Wilpena Pound from Stokes Lookout, Flinders Ranges, South Australia - Version 1

 

In contrast to artists working in pencil or paint, the digital arena offers so much more opportunity for making multiple versions of the same work of art with a click of the mouse.

For example, I worked up this digital image in Corel Painter using multiple layers so that I could isolate my background, middle ground and foreground colours, as well as their respective vegetation cover. 

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Wilpena Pound from Stokes Lookout, Flinders Ranges, South Australia - Version 2

The second version of the same graphic (above) was created by switching off for effect a number of layers.

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Wilpena Pound from Stokes Lookout, Flinders Ranges, South Australia - Version 3

And this third version features a mix of old and new layers, and the switching off of layers developed in the middle of this digital artwork.

No fuss, no wet paint, no dirty brushes, no paint and turps smells. Making digital art is the way to go for part-time artists who don't have the luxury of a dedicated artist studio.

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