I really like this, the colours, the whole look of it.
You really know about this stuff?! I've been looking for this kind of thing for a long time. How in the (blank) does one adjust pixel width?? Do you know of a site that teaches this sort of thing? How are artists supposed to learn this? I don't see Artist Daily offering this kind of assistance. Thank you!
I know enuff about this stuff after 6.000 plus images on file. Using dogwaffle, TwistedBrush,Artrage, and Adobe Photoshop, since 2004. I am self taught, and i went through all kinds of negative responses. While i was self marticulating at WETCANVAS. I was eventually given a guide status there.But when Wetcanvas got sold to F&W publishing, i got banished forever for not stepping in unision with corporate culture group think. I am not universally accepted, even on this site..obviously..lol I do all of my art making in jpeg format for internet use, and then through photoshop change the file over to a Tiff format for printing and sales online. Like i said before i am self taught..lol i tried to get a associate degree in desk top publishing, but me being 62 can not compete with 18 year olds born with a mouse in their hands. So all i can say is, keep having fun with your digi-ings. The ah ha's of computer art discovery will push you on further and further. Artist Daily will eventually have to start offering a podium for digi-artists. I am too busy making fine art, and trying to market my digi-straxs.Lol i actually created a word! *** happens yanno?
Hello, I am a scientist studying the evolution of animal behavior using mathematical models. I have absolutely no idea about art, but I think the contour plots I use to display my results are beautiful. Do you guys think this can be considered art, and if so is it any good?
Figure 1. Divergence in optimal foraging effort for individuals with different initial states, predation risk on the x axis, and resource levels on the y axis.
Figure 2. Sin[Effort] Divergence in optimal foraging effort for individuals with different initial states, predation risk on the x axis, and resource levels on the y axis.
Figure 3. Linear size dependent safety. Divergence in optimal foraging effort for individuals with different initial states, predation risk on the x axis, and resource levels on the y axis.
They are slightly hypnotizing and I could see some of them framed and matted.
I recently showed this to a friend of mine. She totally didn't get it and now I am wondering if perhaps I am the only who understands it. It is called wooing. Your comments would be much appreciated. Thanks Nikki