|What role does technology play in your creative process?
I use all sorts of technology - brushes, paint, computers, internet, photo copiers, projectors. The technology works with the idea and brings it out into the open - sometimes the technology inspires the idea to come out from hiding.
Nowadays everything has a little technology. I wud be lying if I dont use any technology. But when it comes to magic I like to keep things organic.
God bless computers & the internet! Beats sending pigeons or using smoke signals ...
It's a Constant Companion to it: Like doing this Interview on my Mac. Uploading Digital Photos; Writing Descriptions of My Work & Working Processes Creating Quality Files for Archival on Demand Prints & Cards of my Art. Blogging, Networking, Research & Outreach. I also do Digital Prints exploring iPhoto Tools. For Me It's All About Bringing Technology Through The Heart Chakra and Humanizing it!!!
Very little. I do not do digital art I much prefer hands on, traditional work.
i use the internet constantly. every morning i wake up, let my dog out, sit on my porch with a cup of coffee and listen. it's really nice, actually. then i go upstairs and read the blogs i am subscribed to. blogs are a regular inspiration for me. i've also become very fond of the telegraph website - great stuff! (http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/picturegalleries/howaboutthat/)
my camera is technology, i suppose. so, i use my wonderful, wonderful camera. i also practice using photo shop regularly. i try to keep my photos are realistic as possible - but i often mess with the levels to really bring the color out.
It plays a huge part! If I can't decide, I can post a poll and ask general questions and get an overall view about what would look good. Should I use red or blue? What expression should I do? Should I make this an inked piece, or should i continue in graphite? A thousand questions answered with a hundred opinions can really help in deciding what to do.
85% of my art is created within a virtual landscape, without computers, the bulk of my creative visual art would never happen. 15% of my artwork is done by hand, on a different medium that is 100% non-technological but more of a throwback to the 19th century if not before.
technology... i use my my plummet just as much as i do my cell phone and computer.
Technology is very important - especially since some of my artwork exists only in the digital world! I have a tablet and Adobe Photoshop - these are the big technology players that dominate a lot (and all) of my creative process for most artwork.
Being able to scan in drawings and images is also a very handy tool, and an integral part of making a lot of my art.
For me the tech is merely a means to an end. I use a computer, occasionally, to draw up plans for a project or look up some artifact from the past. Other than that I only use my power tools.
Generally speaking, however, I get in my shop and start building based on the most basic idea of the project, and I figure it out as I go along. This seems to work very well, as I can build as many copies of the original as I like after the first build is completed.
Technology is a huge part of my work. I do all my design/concept work on my Mac. Patterns are worked out for my fiber work. Sketches are done for paintings and my Children's Illustration is 100% digital.
It plays a very important one, even though I am an oil painter I take photos and I use the internet daily.
Very little, it's not for me.
I'm old school I use the computer to upload images but that's about it.
I am not very techno savvy, so I do not rely on it too much. The internet and computer are defintely items I use for my business. I am able to obtain ideas from people I come in contact with and also photos and work I see while online.
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