When computer was not that common in earlier times, we go to see artworks done by hand through painting, pottery, sculpting and more. Art pieces were once only made manually and traditionally but these days since computers and other digital technology is common, we have now what we call digital art.
Digital drawing is done through modern technology and gadgets like computers and tablets. Of course, most digital art can only be done by people who are computer literate. It is very obvious that traditional and digital art differ in many ways, learn the differences from here:
HOW IS DIGITAL DRAWING DIFFERENT FROM TRADITIONAL ART?
Since the beginning of humankind, people have been struggling to capture what they see and share it with others. They’ve been using whatever they have available at the time—first mud, then colorful clay, charred wood, sharp animal bones, then special pigments mixed with water or oil. They’ve been drawing with pencils and inks on paper, painting with paints on canvas, sculpting in clay, wood, bone, and stone. The material world offers a lot of possibilities for the creative mind of a human! Read full article here…
Technology is fast advancing nowadays so expect that things will be more modern as time passes. Modernization greatly affects everything and our way of living. Almost everything can be done instantly and efficiently. As for art, technology greatly affects art pieces in many ways. Here are some ways on how technology is changing how art is made:
7 Ways Technology is Changing How Art is Made
Where would the Impressionists have been without the invention of portable paint tubes that enabled them to paint outdoors? Who would have heard of Andy Warhol without silkscreen printing? The truth is that technology has been providing artists with new ways to express themselves for a very long time.
Still, over the past few decades, art and tech have become more intertwined than ever before, whether it’s through providing new ways to mix different types of media, allowing more human interaction or simply making the process of creating it easier. Read full article here…
Whether art is made traditionally or digitally, what is important is how it makes people feel and it is appreciated. Art is known to be beneficial and hopefully how it is made will not affect it.
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