Tap into beyond Creativity

By Preeti Sen   |   01-09-2021

Modern art was the predecessor of contemporary art. Modern art came into existence around the 1860s and continued up to the 1960s. In contrast, contemporary art or post-modern art came into existence in the 1960s and 70s.  They have a flavour of modernism mixed with the traditional style and concepts that define the ‘present-day taste and style. Contemporary art painting is easy to interpret, and also, apart from colors and shapes, drawings are made in close relation to the real world.

Traditional vs. Digital Painting:

Research on Digital Painting Art and Its Diversified Performance

With the rapid development of digital technology in the new century, the field of painting art ushered in a new look. Digital painting art as a new form of visual art, has become the mainstream of the current art of painting and can be widely used in a variety of areas. With the art market of commercial and popular development trend, digital painting art has ushered in its new development opportunity

Digital Vs. Traditional Art:  Is One Better than the Other?

A process comparison between traditional painting and digital painting and then an in-depth study of image preparation, underpainting, object development, detailing output media, and more.

The Sketch

Both Traditional and Digital painters start with an idea. We can call this idea The Sketch.

Traditional artists loosely draw their idea onto the canvas, developing the project idea during the Sketching process.

Supporting compositional objects are positioned, the depth and perspective are lined out, and the initial vision is created.

There are several options – some painters use a soft pencil or stick of charcoal and others use narrow brushes and diluted paint to whisk in the general layout.

Traditional artists loosely draw their idea onto the canvas, developing the project idea during the Sketching process.

Digital painters have a variety of options for getting a painting started.

Object Development

Spatula & Knife & Contours

For me, this is where the fun starts because it’s challenging and rewarding to sculpt shapes, add fantasy and put my own style and finishing onto the canvas and watch it begin to come to life.

Interesting Fact: Many famous Renaissance painters used the Sketch and Under Painting processes as teaching projects for their students. They personally stepped in for Object Development and Final Details.

Traditional painters generally pick up medium sized brushes that allow them to create more detail, sculpt more dimensions and make definite decisions regarding object edges, color blends, and lighting.

Hybrid painters will be right there with them – this is one of the most fun parts of painting!

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Let’s keep galloping-The Journey of Art Never Ends.

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