Tuesday, February 1

"Watson, come in here!"

One of the hazards of making digital art is that at times it can almost be too exciting.

Sometimes one practically needs to breathe into a paper bag to settle down. I know, I know, I'll get over it and no doubt the next day I'll wonder what seemed so exciting.

But when you discover new techniques and they actually work, it's a little like how Alexander Graham Bell must have felt... "Watson, come in here!"

4 comments:

Doug said...

Wow, you have some really nice textures going on there! This is something I really need to explore more.

John Nez said...

Thanks! Just get yourself a set of photoshop brushes and start painting...

http://mediadesigner.digitalmedianet.com/articles/viewarticle.jsp?id=32554&afterinter=true

Fun, fun, fun...

:0)

www.margiepalatini.com said...

I love experimenting w/digital too, John. Did my new book coming out in late march all in digital. (I'm now addicted to it.) And -- no paint spills! --

John Nez said...

Gosh, thanks Margie!

Your work is awesome... I see you've taken to digital like a duck to water.

:0)

jn