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from the series ‘Ocean Hymns’…
Digital Painting using Corel Painter 11 and Photoshop CS 4
ocean, sea, landscape, australia, marine, expressionism, romantic landscape, romanticsm
Ellen Jaye Benson Visual Artist/Educatora.k.a. ‘elle jaye rose’ (my frustrated dark illustrator & social commentator hat)follow me: pinterest.com/EllenJayeBensonMy fine art work on the web:ellenjayebenson.weebly.com
Nice painting Elle.
cheers Jason :)
that’s beautiful!i can feel the textures;-) xox
Oh! Is CS4 the one with all the new painty bits? It really is getting difficult to tell the difference these days between analog and digital paintings… I might be out of a job! Fab piece, love the light, the palette and most of all, the energy.
hardly :) on screen bears the only semblance!but think this can be a useful tool for working out compositions and particularly handy when using photo referencing to restore vitality and remove realist and restricting qualities
I see what you mean elle. Fantastic.
thanks paul x
what magic you make!
aw ta John… put simply… you ARE magic :)
splash,by by more shore lovely art form
excellent work! very simple and effective
why thank you :)
can even hear the digital noise of the waves
aw thanks :)
i wish it were a sticky real oil painting.. bu t hey.. it’s still ******* great!
it may be…. one day…