Using Technology for Painting

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I don’t draw, but I am interested in art. I like to paint, and I am also interested in programming. This blog is about how I use technology for painting, and about Art with Technology.

I’ll show some of my stuff here. If you want to read more about me and my projects, you can do it on the other websites listed in the right sidebar.

Technology has become an integral part of the art world and it is only getting more so. Artists use technology to create, to express, and to communicate ideas. Blogs are a new form of communication that are popular among artists. They are a great way for artists to share their work with others and make connections with other artists and potential buyers. Here is a blog about art with technology that has a lot of great information about how technology is used in the art world today.


Art Collage is a blog about art with technology. It features contemporary digital art and offers a platform for artists to share their work, ideas, and experiences.

Art Collage provides a space for artists to discuss their work, the state of the art and cultural community, and new technologies. It also serves as a resource for those interested in exploring and understanding this ever-changing field.

Artists can post their work and have it be seen by a broad audience. We invite you to participate in this free exhibition by submitting your artwork or writing an article to be published on the site.

Over the years, I have been involved in many projects that incorporate technology with art. I have a background in video production, web design, and multimedia. In my current role as a Web Designer at K12 Inc., I develop websites for schools and learning centers. These days, I’ve also been exploring other ways to work with technology and tools, such as Processing and Arduino.

My blog is about how I use these tools to create artwork. The blog is a way for me to share my ideas about art, technology and education.”

“If you can use a computer, you can do art” is a common misconception. This was an idea born in the mid-90s when computers were used mostly for designing and drafting.

Artists were able to produce some amazing work with technology, but they were still limited by their choice of tools.

Today’s technology lets us create a lot more than just paintings. We can go beyond the canvas and incorporate our artwork into any other medium. Painting has changed and evolved into Digital Art.

In this blog I will share my experience and techniques of digital painting and how it can be used to express creativity in every way possible!

After a few days of painting with the iPad I started to form some impressions, both good and bad. The drawing surface is too small, but then again it is a surface, and I can change it as much as I want.

The stylus is very accurate, a pleasure to draw with. The screen is excellent, though you do have to make sure that you are using a matte screen protector (the anti-glare ones). It is easy to start painting directly on the iPad instead of transferring the image to a computer.

ArtRage’s interface was meant for the computer, so it isn’t optimized for the iPad’s touch interface. It works fine, but it isn’t as fun or easy to use as say Brushes (both programs are $6.99).

I’m not sure why so many artists are painting on their iPads. Maybe because there are no other viable alternatives yet? Maybe because it is “cool” to show people your paintings created directly on an iPad? Maybe because there really aren’t any other viable options? Or maybe just because they are huge Apple fans who want to do everything with their iPads?**

The Artist’s Way, by Julia Cameron, is a book to discover your inner creativity and unleash your full potential. It is a guide to knowing yourself as an artist and finding meaning in your life through your work.

The book is divided into four sections:

1) Morning Pages: A stream-of-consciousness writing exercise for clarifying self-doubt, discovering one’s artistic identity, learning how to handle fear and criticism, and increasing creative output.

2) Finding Your Voice: Using the practice of freewriting to learn how to identify the unique qualities of one’s voice and develop them (especially in the realm of creative writing).

3) The Artist’s Date: A weekly ritual in which one must set aside time for one’s own creative practice (whether that be painting or writing or something else).

4) Creating Affirmation Cards: A set of cards on which to record affirmations about oneself as an artist. These are meant to help overcome negative beliefs about oneself and instead promote growth towards becoming the best possible artist that one can be.

I found the book to be a useful guide towards creativity and self-discovery.”

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