Hello, my name is Ellie Taylor and I am an artist. I live on a ranch in New Mexico. I paint in acrylic, pastel, charcoal and digital art. I try to do all subjects: landscapes, portraits, animals, still life, western scenes, religious scenes and whatever I can think of or someone requests. My personal philosophy is there are no limits to what you can do in painting. You are only limited by your mind and imagination. If you think you can, then you can, if you think you can’t, then you can’t. There is no subject too hard to paint, just persevere until you get it finished. Don’t be afraid to paint any subject no matter how hard it looks.
  • Age: 40
  • Joined: April 2013


Ramblings on Android Painting Apps and Other Stuff.

The Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 is especially designed for digital painting and writing. (By the way right now the refurbished ones are selling for under $400.) I really like the s pen. To me it feels like drawing with a ballpoint pen and I have great control over my strokes. I have a small budget tablet that has a resistive touchscreen and really has been the best screen I’ve found for dra…
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Twisted Brush

I just added a new painting to my gallery that I created in the painting program, Twisted Brush. I have been researching this program for a while and finally decided to try it out. I held off getting it because the interface looked complicated, but it’s really not after you start playing around with it. Twisted Brush has over 5,000 brushes in it. I have used the watercolor and the oil b…
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Digital Painting and Prints

In addition to my traditional painting, I am also learning how to create digital paintings. I am using a variety of programs, but my main programs are Corel Painter 12, ArtRage Studio Pro, and SketchBook Pro 6, as well as a variety of smaller programs on my Asus TF300T android tablet. These programs are so advanced now that they look just like a traditional painting complete with brush strokes o…
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