IN NOVEMBER OF 2014... I SCANNED A PORTION OF THE CANVAS FROM THE GOYA PAINTING KNOWN AS 'THE DOG' ...FROM A BOOK OF GOYA PAINTINGS

I USED THAT SCAN TO BUILT THE BEGINNINGS OF EACH OF THE STUDIES FOUND ON THIS PAGE...IN EACH OF THESE STUDIES THE TEXTURE IS CREATED IN SOME MANNER BY THIS ORIGINAL SCAN

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I AM USING THE COMPUTER PROGRAM KNOWN AS PHOTOSHOP.... AS A VIRTUAL PAINTBRUSH..... EXPLORING FILTERS AND EFFECTS TO CREATE THIS ARTWORK.






ALL OF THESE IMAGES ARE ORIGINAL DIGITAL CREATIONS



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THE FINAL IMAGE WHICH I CREATE MIGHT BE MOST CLOSELY DEFINED AS A VEXEL

"Vexel is a neologism for an entirely pixel-based form of raster art that imitates the visual appearance of vector graphics technique (i.e. sharp-edged lines and areas of flat colour or smooth gradient fills). The word itself is a portmanteau derived from a combination of "vector" and "pixel."

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IN NOVEMBER OF 2014... I SCANNED A PORTION OF THE CANVAS FROM THE GOYA PAINTING KNOWN AS 'THE DOG' ...FROM A BOOK OF GOYA PAINTINGS

I USED THAT SCAN TO BUILT THE BEGINNINGS OF EACH OF THE STUDIES FOUND ON THIS PAGE...IN EACH OF THESE STUDIES THE TEXTURE IS CREATED IN SOME MANNER BY THIS ORIGINAL SCAN

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I AM USING THE COMPUTER PROGRAM KNOWN AS PHOTOSHOP.... AS A VIRTUAL PAINTBRUSH..... EXPLORING FILTERS AND EFFECTS TO CREATE THIS ARTWORK.






ALL OF THESE IMAGES ARE ORIGINAL DIGITAL CREATIONS



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THE FINAL IMAGE WHICH I CREATE MIGHT BE MOST CLOSELY DEFINED AS A VEXEL

"Vexel is a neologism for an entirely pixel-based form of raster art that imitates the visual appearance of vector graphics technique (i.e. sharp-edged lines and areas of flat colour or smooth gradient fills). The word itself is a portmanteau derived from a combination of "vector" and "pixel."

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