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  • Mood: Humor
  • Watching: Avatar: The Legend of Korra
  • Eating: Cheese
  • Drinking: Orange Juice
Hi everyone! :wave:

A while back I did an interview with Aquila Style and we chatted about digital art and its impact on today societies.

Here is the full article: 

Currently we are living in digital age and technology is shaping the way with live. Digital art opens new doorways that are not possible with traditional media.  However, traditional methods are hard to replicate digitally.

A lot of people complain that digital art is not real art as you cannot compare to the feeling of creating something new and unique with a traditional piece of work. This argument is futile. In art, there are several branches of art. I believe that traditional and digital art can exists in harmony under the visual art section.

With the rise of digital art there is amazing art in all areas, but there is also mediocre art as well. The artist makes or breaks the work, not the medium. With art it is not the craftsmanship but the substance.

I think the issue that digital art has brought is that young artists are skipping some of the foundation knowledge in art. Islamic calligraphy, which is regarded as the highest pinnacle in Islamic art, is being treated as simple clip art. With the explosion of online galleries, there is a lot of digital art work being produced these days. Artists are painting on the computer more than ever, so there is plenty of digital paintings to compare who has good knowledge base or not.

The computer is just a just tool that the artist uses for canvas. If you take away the human element that uses programs to create digital art then the art would not exist.  Take away the computer and the artist is still an artist. He doesn't need the computer for his creativity and imagination process but it is just his tool of choice.

Negativity towards digital art is nothing new. When John Lassetter, CEO of Pixar, began to introduce 3D-generated animation to Disney, he got a lot of abuse and other animators practically laughed him out of the room. However, that didn’t change his mind and he has inspired and changed the way Hollywood treats animated films.

You could argue that the digital age has set things back a little as artists because younger artists have become dependent on computers. However it is not the computer that is the issue but the mentality of the user.

Digital artists still need to know about lighting, composition, and colour theory. You need good hand to eye coordination, drawing abilities, imagination, and creativity. Many digital paintings can take 30 or more actual man-hours to paint just like traditional art.

I have learned how to use both traditional art work and digital tools. I use the software to import my sketches and edit them. I can also, with the aid of computer software, create complex geometric pattern that otherwise would have taken days. So the computer is a very important tool in my creative process, just as it is with millions of other artists.

Another advantage is that digital art can also be done collaboratively using the internet. This is a huge benefit for those who need to collaborate on big art projects.

With the software available and the right direction, you have a gateway to an unlimited source of creativity with endless possibilities for artists of all kinds. The digital age has definitely been a positive addition to the artists process, and its here to stay.

However, in the end it isn't the program or effort that goes into a piece or even how amazing a piece looks that matters. All that matters, all that ever matters is how it moves the viewer.

Take care watchers!!! :wave:

Asalaamu alaikum = Peace be upon you!

Check out some of my prints –

Music by Teakster Hero by Teakster Azaan by Teakster Lost in the Forest by Teakster Ablution by Teakster Summer Colours by Teakster Commercialisation by Teakster Lost Secret by Teakster Prayer II by Teakster Technology by Teakster Dhikr II by Teakster Sun Kissed by Teakster Prayer III by Teakster Bug Eyes by Teakster Typography Explosion by Teakster Traffic Light Chaos by Teakster Skater Boy by TeaksterLizard by TeaksterAzaan II by Teakster Dhikr by Teakster

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How are you planning to spend Easter 2015? 

41%
7 deviants said I don't celebrate Easter.
24%
4 deviants said Spend time with the family or friends.
12%
2 deviants said Enjoying a break from Education or work.
6%
1 deviant said Spend time at the Church.
6%
1 deviant said Pass out eating chocolate eggs.
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1 deviant said It is just another day for me.
6%
1 deviant said I spent most of it working or studying.
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How are you planning to spend Easter 2015?
41%
7 deviants said I don't celebrate Easter.
24%
4 deviants said Spend time with the family or friends.
12%
2 deviants said Enjoying a break from Education or work.
6%
1 deviant said Spend time at the Church.
6%
1 deviant said Pass out eating chocolate eggs.
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1 deviant said It is just another day for me.
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29%
5 deviants said It was lame! :(
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  • Mood: Humor
  • Watching: Avatar: The Legend of Korra
  • Eating: Cheese
  • Drinking: Orange Juice
Hi everyone! :wave:

A while back I did an interview with Aquila Style and we chatted about digital art and its impact on today societies.

Here is the full article: 

Currently we are living in digital age and technology is shaping the way with live. Digital art opens new doorways that are not possible with traditional media.  However, traditional methods are hard to replicate digitally.

A lot of people complain that digital art is not real art as you cannot compare to the feeling of creating something new and unique with a traditional piece of work. This argument is futile. In art, there are several branches of art. I believe that traditional and digital art can exists in harmony under the visual art section.

With the rise of digital art there is amazing art in all areas, but there is also mediocre art as well. The artist makes or breaks the work, not the medium. With art it is not the craftsmanship but the substance.

I think the issue that digital art has brought is that young artists are skipping some of the foundation knowledge in art. Islamic calligraphy, which is regarded as the highest pinnacle in Islamic art, is being treated as simple clip art. With the explosion of online galleries, there is a lot of digital art work being produced these days. Artists are painting on the computer more than ever, so there is plenty of digital paintings to compare who has good knowledge base or not.

The computer is just a just tool that the artist uses for canvas. If you take away the human element that uses programs to create digital art then the art would not exist.  Take away the computer and the artist is still an artist. He doesn't need the computer for his creativity and imagination process but it is just his tool of choice.

Negativity towards digital art is nothing new. When John Lassetter, CEO of Pixar, began to introduce 3D-generated animation to Disney, he got a lot of abuse and other animators practically laughed him out of the room. However, that didn’t change his mind and he has inspired and changed the way Hollywood treats animated films.

You could argue that the digital age has set things back a little as artists because younger artists have become dependent on computers. However it is not the computer that is the issue but the mentality of the user.

Digital artists still need to know about lighting, composition, and colour theory. You need good hand to eye coordination, drawing abilities, imagination, and creativity. Many digital paintings can take 30 or more actual man-hours to paint just like traditional art.

I have learned how to use both traditional art work and digital tools. I use the software to import my sketches and edit them. I can also, with the aid of computer software, create complex geometric pattern that otherwise would have taken days. So the computer is a very important tool in my creative process, just as it is with millions of other artists.

Another advantage is that digital art can also be done collaboratively using the internet. This is a huge benefit for those who need to collaborate on big art projects.

With the software available and the right direction, you have a gateway to an unlimited source of creativity with endless possibilities for artists of all kinds. The digital age has definitely been a positive addition to the artists process, and its here to stay.

However, in the end it isn't the program or effort that goes into a piece or even how amazing a piece looks that matters. All that matters, all that ever matters is how it moves the viewer.

Take care watchers!!! :wave:

Asalaamu alaikum = Peace be upon you!

Check out some of my prints –

Music by Teakster Hero by Teakster Azaan by Teakster Lost in the Forest by Teakster Ablution by Teakster Summer Colours by Teakster Commercialisation by Teakster Lost Secret by Teakster Prayer II by Teakster Technology by Teakster Dhikr II by Teakster Sun Kissed by Teakster Prayer III by Teakster Bug Eyes by Teakster Typography Explosion by Teakster Traffic Light Chaos by Teakster Skater Boy by TeaksterLizard by TeaksterAzaan II by Teakster Dhikr by Teakster

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Teakster
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Current Residence: The shadows of time.......and on the weekends England - Buckinghamshire
Favourite photographer: Peter Sanders | Frixin (Yes really - You should check out her gallery)
Skin of choice: My skin?!?!? Erm....The one that God gave me.
Favourite cartoon character: Loads....but I am a cartoon character!!!
Personal Quote: Don't ask me......I'm making this up as I go along!!!
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burningrage8-13 Featured By Owner Apr 5, 2015  Hobbyist General Artist
BlueButterflies by KmyGraphic  HAppyEaster by KmyGraphic  BlueButterflies by KmyGraphic  
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Teakster Featured By Owner Apr 6, 2015  Professional General Artist
Thanks! :hug:
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aristochat by Digithalie  You-are-Welcome by KmyGraphic  aristochat by Digithalie  
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ebbing-gale Featured By Owner Mar 23, 2015  Hobbyist General Artist
Thank you for the watch.
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emmejay-fwz Featured By Owner Jan 9, 2015
so..... is there new calendar comin bruh :D
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Teakster Featured By Owner Jan 17, 2015  Professional General Artist
I didn't have time to make one! :noes:
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burningrage8-13 Featured By Owner Nov 27, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
Happy Thanksgiving by KmyGraphic  from the USA!
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Teakster Featured By Owner Dec 27, 2014  Professional General Artist
Thanks - I hope you had a great day!
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