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Horse paintings.mpg

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Published on May 18, 2011

Hand painted digital oil.
Medium - Wacom Intuos 3 tablet, stylus pen and ArtRage 3 Studio painting software. The tablet is my canvas surface. The stylus pen is my paintbrush using different pressures and stroke patterns.

Digital painting differs from other forms of digital art, particularly computer-generated art, in that it does not involve the computer rendering from a model.

Brush techniques include:- oil brush, which I have set up to different settings of pressure, paint loading and thinner levels, the four main brushes being: 100% 80% 0% (25% brush size), 100% 36% 0% (20% brush size), 30% 12% 0% (4% to 10% brush size) and 80% 80% 10%, (50% brush size) and also customized as required in both square and round brush. Paint tube, mainly for background work. Soft tip pencil at 50% pressure is used for perspective and detail sketches. Palette knife set to many varying levels of pressure and knife size, four main settings: 7% (12% size), 5% (15% size), 15% (20% size), 100% (30% size). Airbrush, used only for shading work. Brush strokes are often visible in my work.

Horses helped to make our civilizations' and progress, watch there muscles ripple as they seem to glide, they gallop and trot, whinny and neigh, capturing our imagination — and our hearts. Indeed, horses are said to have done more to change human history than any other domestic animal, once upon a time carrying explorers to new frontiers and mighty armies to great conquests.

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