Digital Art

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  • The Acceptance of Digital Art

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    Acceptance of Digital Art Digital art has a fifty-year history of innovation and experimentation with new technology. The Pioneers of digital art were not artists but people who were exploring new visions through computers and the writing of computer programs. According to the Digital Art Museum, which is a joint venture between London Guildhall University and two independent art galleries, digital art can currently be classified according to three phases Phase I of digital art was from 1956-1986

  • Digital Art and its Market

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    Digital Art and its Market missing works cited The future of digital art promises many new alternatives to traditional artwork. Digital art offers a whole new perspective on the way people see and perceive art. For this reason, people across the globe have varying opinions on whether or not digital art should be accepted into society. This technological based art allows people to express themselves through art created using a computer. People who can’t draw traditionally can turn

  • Digital Art Technology

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    Digital Art Technology Technology is constantly growing and changing our ways of living. It makes life easier at times, and more interesting too. When one would think of art in the past, usually computers and technology did not come to mind. Now because of modern technology, the digital age is uncovering vast ways to create amazing works of art through computer tools and software. Art is now digitally created and can appear unbelievable to the modern eye. Digital art technology

  • Is the Future of Art Digital?

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    address the question of the future of art, is it digital? There will be considerations into the development of technology, how it impacts art, how it affects society in terms of how people interact with the world and comparisons with the findings of renowned practitioners on the subject. Art itself consists of various techniques and mediums utilised by practitioners in a visual form to portray an event, idea or communicative purpose. In this contemporary era, art has diverged in to varied styles and

  • The Development Of Digital Art: The Evolution Of Art

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    Art has been around since as long as people know. It has evolved throughout time and dates back all the way to the first existence of human life. Art has always been a part of a large number of people's lives and has spread emotion and inspiration throughout the world. To just process what life would be like without art is hard to think about, it would be like going around with no sight. Without art, life would be drastically different. There would be no interesting architecture, vivid images or

  • Digital Art Reflection

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    issues I will deal with in my field of art is copyright infringement. Working with visual artist can be a bit challenging in this area because they like to draw what they see or feel. The main thing for me to keep in mind is credit…making sure to always give credit or get permission from the person whom photo is used at the time. Staying on top of my artist when it comes to copyright infringement will save us a lot of time and money in the long run. Digital Marketing- Through this class I wanted

  • Digital vs. Traditional Art

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    view of art, there are no concrete or abstract forms, but only forms which are more or less convincing lies."(Wagner, par. 1) So what is art? A painted picture with lines, figures or faces that has meaning; or digitally altered shapes with meaning? Art can be any product of a creative process. Graphic Design (digital design) as a discipline has a relatively recent history, with the name 'graphic design" first coined by William Addison Dwiggins in 1922. (Wikipedia. par. 2) Digital art is an art created

  • The Importance Of Interactivity In Digital Art

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    Introduction It is clear that art is a creative process spanning across various discipline’s, platforms and genres; weather we talk about a canvas painting, a collage of stills placed strategically placed on a wall or in research case a piece of audio or video or a combination of both being manipulated by a performer/viewer (PV) in a specific space. ONCE UPON A TIME, visual art was simple: it originated with an artist’s conception and craft, which the viewer acknowledged and then strove to understand

  • Compare And Contrast Digital Art Vs Fine Art

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    In our modern times, art has evolved and became a field that is ever-embracing ideas and technology. Many colleges are now offering degrees in digital art and animation. Technology in 3D creations is on the rise and becoming an ever-popular medium for artists to explore. Digital art and fine art may never be fully accepted in the same category. Nevertheless, both are equally justified in being a part of the art field. Although fine art is classically thought of as painting, drawing, pottery, and

  • Digital Art: The Central Point Between Technology and Art

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    The digital Art is the central point between Technology and Art with a great impact to new development on presentation and communication to viewers. This concern the application of digital technology and the use of article to give information through art work. The impact of technology within an arts context lies above all in the fact that the technology is used to beauty Viewers who see how technology is used, begin to realize that it can be used in creative and other ways than were intended. In