Friday, April 11, 2014

How People Think Digital Painting Works



21 comments:

  1. I was showing my father and step-mother some of my digital paintings over the holidays. My step-mother asked, "So the computer does that for you?" LOL

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    1. Inside I was screaming, but neither are tech savvy. So instead of being hurt or angry I took the time to tell her about how it works!

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  2. These kinda things gets me too angry! when people think artists are not thinkers & inventors...but it's just a color play for them....
    like "Can you draw ------- character for me by lunch break?"
    (works hard and brings the drawing)
    "So, Let's see our character jumping and skating by this evening hmm? :)....you know animation right? I was just wondering how would it look for the thing I'm thinking about :)--oh and yeah, put some of your 3D stuff into it..."

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  3. Once I tried to sell prints of my painting to a gallery downtown. The lady said she didnt sold digital paintings because they're not real and thus, have no value.

    :(

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    1. That's pretty narrow minded. Prints of digital paintings don't have the SAME value as traditional paintings, but that hardly means they're not worthless!

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    2. I think it's totaly ok if traditional painting are much more valuable. Because it's exclusive thing. It's exist just in one piece usualy. Digital painting prints you can sell as many as you want.

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    3. just like photos have no value...but yet fill galleries everywhere

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    4. Find a different gallery. They don't sound like a good fit for your work.

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  4. Hahahahaha! So true! Thanks for the funny cartoon :)

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  5. Fantastic :)
    People think that science fiction is real... :D
    Can I translate in Italian? (I do not delete your credits)

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    1. That's fine, as long as you don't delete my credits. Thanks for asking!

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    2. There is no gain to cancel the claims of others, but I would lose my honesty. The sentence below the strip is:
      Courtesy of Kelley McMorris (www.kmcmorris.com). Of course, the translation and composition were made automatically by a computer (or, if you have understood this strip, from Uebagency)

      https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=236763559851820&set=a.150174581844052.1073741828.149985385196305&type=1&theater

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  6. Yes! This is exactly how my clients think it is! They think Illustrator and Photoshop are just magic wands and can do all the work by themselves, I just click a few buttons lol Thank you for this, I will share with all my GD friends :-)

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  7. Nailed it. So many of my clients think this way. It shouldn't take you THAT long to do this! lol

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  8. Truth. Sadly, even many digital artists think the same about 3D art.

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  9. Why is the girl in the cartoon right-handed? Wrong. So wery wrong.

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  10. International truth! "Oh, well, anybody can do it, with a computer!". Yeah.

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  11. Just so appreciate this Kelley - it's very hard to get people to understand how much actually goes into a digital painting and hopefully, it will be seen as true fine art as it should be.

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