I started a new tumblr-blog "On The Other Hand" recently:
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I am excited to share an article written about my current exhibition at TAG Gallery in Los Angeles. The works are entirely created with Studio Artist with some help from Photoshop.
For anyone in the Los Angeles area, I am doing an artist walkthrough on Saturday, June 29 at 1 PM.
The gallery address is 5458 Wilshire Boulevard, near LACMA.…
I've been working on a certain technique with MSG evolution in Studio Artist using directed evolution, which is both fascinating and somewhat addictive. I then frequently take these frames into paint for touch up. I've finally collected vast numbers of frames and enough for quite a few videos, so the ambient video project is well under way. The videos will be submitted for…Continue
In the last few days people have been sharing a wealth of existing forum topics, tutorials and shared presets concerning the general discussion of the artist trying to achieve a raised, impasto, watercolor or other surface, textural quality to digital paint brushes, msg parameters, or canvas operations in Studio Artist. Of course I've barely begun to scratch…Continue
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Just purchased SA 4 and starting to feel my way around, quick question, is there a way of deleting the last action made?
Most likely a simple thing but appreciate any comments
I think there is two sorts of artist, one who is born out of years of training and one that was born like that. What is the diffrence....its the touch I belive. We all want to create nice paintings, and that is for me the most importance, and what other thinks is not that important.
I paint because I love it, and the I feel happy :-).…Continue
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Hi from Norway!
My name is Roy Lindquist ( 61 ) and are living in Norway in a small island caled Sula, at the west coast of Norway! The Northern Sea and as fare west as one can come in our country. I have just started to learn the use of this amazing Studio Artist software, and I will share with you all my work when I find there is something to be presented for "the big and talented audience". I am so thankful and happy to join the "club" and be a part of this fantastic and joyful…Continue
I just got my new Macbook Pro last week and I'm so excited! The way that I work with Studio Artist 4 has been dramatically enhanced and I'm enthralled. Floating palettes make sense now! I had to decide between the 27" iMac and the Macbook Pro and ultimately went with the MBP because it allowed me to work away from my desk.
With an external monitor I can actually see and think about things that I literally couldn't see on my old 13" macbook. I also was able to snag…Continue
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May I recommend a highly enjoyable documentary on the film/ animation work of the artist Al Jarnow . Many of you will recognize Al's wonderful work for children from Sesame Street
Please follow the link below the video to enjoy the full size version on Vimeo.
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I employ several learning styles, but my favorite is experience. So I typically "fearlessly" bang my empty head on trying things until something begins to make sense. Today I explored PASeq's with multiple layers, learned about exporting Presets, about the PASeq Default panel, and explored how to get a multi-layered effect when batch-processing images. I am grateful to John Dalton and to liveart, for standing with me in my crash-bang learning process today. :-)
Here is an…
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I spent about a day going through almost every SA factory preset (while I read the manual), saving out many individual images as I tried each preset, all based on the same source image. I made a simple video of the 145 images which came from this exploration, to demonstrate the variety of some of SA's stock presets.
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Someone posted an image online that was an average of all of the Vogue magazine cover images for a year. So it's a simple example of the stack filtering ideas we've been discussing recently. This wasn't done using Studio Artist, but i thought people might find it interesting.…Continue
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