|Look into the hypercube! |
You want to view the rest of my gallery.
You want to give constuctive comments on all of my pieces.
You want to add me to your watch list.
When I count to 3, you will wake, with no conscious memory of my commands but an overwhelming desire to follow them. 1...2...3!...and thats the story of why I like cheese!
Vector Week: Evolution of Vector - ContestEvolution of VectorVector Week: Evolution of Vector - Contest by ChewedKandi
As artists, we evolve in our technique and style. It's a constant learning process and helps us improve and master our chosen medium. Project Educate: Vector Week is all about learning more about our favourite medium vector and embracing what it's capable of. So for the seasoned vector artist and the new artist a like, I bring you "Evolution of Vector Art".
What is Vector Art?
In digital art there are two layer formats: raster and vector. Raster formats are based in pixels and vector is based in paths and points.
When you resize a raster image, you are expanding the pixels. Your program has to try to estimate what the colours would be for the additional pixels created. Due to this, the image loses it's clarity and creates a pixel effect.
When you resize a vector image, you are increasing the distance between the points. Due to this, the image doesn't lose it's clarity and doesn't pixellate.
The key elem
Things dA Needs to Fix - an art featureLet's be honest, folks.Things dA Needs to Fix - an art feature by ikazon
Things are not going my way, so there is something very wrong with dA right now. To help solve this, I've devised a small list of things that could be done to make my time here more enjoyable. Your list may vary from mine, but I figure that I'll go over the things that I feel need to be the center of dA's attention until I am personally satisfied.
First and foremost, every time I log into dA, a cake should be hand-delivered to my door, perhaps one like one of these.
The more colorful and whimsical the cake, the better.
Next, every time I submit a deviation, I should get a complimentary fireworks show that can be seen perfectly from my window, so that all I need to do is look away from my screen in order to see the fireworks.
And it should be an elaborate fireworks display, I don't want any slacking on th
|If you've got a minute, check out some of my collections.|
I've got quite a few interesting pieces I've run across in there.
I'm a straight-edge punk with a southern drawl. My inspiration comes from the weirdness of reality.
My style lies in the strange intersection of Traditional Fine Art, Dynamic Drawing, Pulp Comics, Manga, Impressionism, Digital Rapid Concept Painting Techniques and a little too much caffeine. I don't particularly favor any one style or school of art, but I'm a fan of pulp, punk, and ashcan art especially- gritty, scratchy, and messy has its own sort of beauty to me.
What I lack in formal art training I make up for by sheer stubbornness and a total ignorance (and indifference) to what supposedly can't be done. Call it the art equivalent of duck tape engineering.
Everything I know about art I have learned by trying things that I have no idea how to do, and grinding at them until either the piece is completely destroyed or perfect, whichever comes last.
(Think on that one for a while and it starts to make sense. When it does, you're thinking like I do. You get used to it.)
I like to get feedback and constructive critiques, but try to be nice please. "Its my nature" and all of that.
I must not fear. /Fear is the mind-killer./Fear is the little-death that brings total obliteration./I will face my fear./I will permit it to pass over me and through me./And when it has gone past I will turn the inner eye to see its path./Where the fear has gone there will be nothing./Only I will remain.You face your fear, you acknowledge any valid points it might have and adjust accordingly, and move on. Don't let it rule you.
— Bene Gesserit Litany Against Fear