Location: Lexington, NC
What type of art do I do?: Photography, Fractal Art & 3D Landscapes
Tools of the trade: Canon Powershot SX210, Apophysis, Bryce, Ultra Fractal, Paint Shop Pro Ultimate X4, Daz Studio Pro 4, DrawPlus X5, GIMP, Photomatix Pro, Lightroom, Adobe Illustrator and most importantly my imagination and creativity brings it all together.
Quote: Turning imagination into reality, one image at a time.
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My gallery and images contained in it are Copyright © Jaclyn Hughes. All rights reserved. None of the images contained in my redbubble gallery may be reproduced, copied, edited, published, transmitted, borrowed, duplicated, printed, downloaded, painted, or uploaded in any way without my express written permission.
My images DO NOT belong to the public domain.
This Monday, 11/30/15 I am having a big sale on my greeting card site. Anyone who is interested in getting a great discount and beautiful cards to share with your friends and family is more than welcome to take advantage of this deal. / It’s a 1 day only sale from 12am to 11:59pm EST Monday 11/30/15 / 50% off markup on All Greeting Cards! / Use discount code FKMZKJ at checkout at JH Design…
I just wanted to say thank you to the purchaser of the poster “Winter” I hope you enjoy it as much as I did creating it! / Jackie
Good afternoon everyone! Trying to put a little more time in here & there, seeing all the lovely work and stopping by to see my friends at ATF of course. :) / I was wondering how many of you out there have a Zazzle account? I know some of you do, but I was wondering who uses it, if you like the quality of their goods and more specifically their greeting cards. Any and all info would be very h…
For those of my friends and followers that do digital paintings. what sizes and dpi (ppi) do you suggest? I was looking around and saw that some were saying you really don’t need to do more than 150 ppi when you are creating an image from scratch… so if i want a 24×30 image i would create it at 3600×4500. Now, creating the image in that size, doing painting, everything moves…