Digital Art - Digital Painting/photographic Art
I have a tremendous backlog of paintings I did during my two post-surgical recovery periods and most of them are experimental - trying various digital painting techniques and styles, with or without textures. All are a part of the digital learning curve for me and I've yet to settle on a single style I'd call my own. I'm going to post a number of them fairly close together and would really welcome constructive insights from those of you who are old hands at this or just naturally better painters - lol.
And I failed to credit Distressed Jewell on Flickr for this beautiful texture.
Again, please forgive me if I cannot respond to each comment in a truly timely fashion - I'm trying to say my thank yous by visiting each of you instead. I do thank you always for your marvelous support and encouragement. If I haven't been by your page to express my gratitude by visiting your work, I will get there soon, I promise.
FROM - THE WEATHER WINDOW at weather.mailasail.com
When the wind starts to blow over smooth water there are small frictional effects. These create, first, cat's paws and, then, ripples on the water. As the wind increases, the ripples get larger until they soon become large enough to be pushed along by the wind. However, the movement of these wavelets is slower than the wind and the pushing of the wind on them causes an increase in size until they become steep enough to break. Typically this starts to happen when the wind is about force 3 on the Beaufort scale.
Increasing wind strength increases the wave size and the number of breaking waves increases simply because of the wind making steeper and steeper waves that are too high for their wavelength.
As the wind increases further, there are several quite well defined phases, for example when spray starts to occur and when foam is created.
Image Copyright � Lianne Schneider http://lianne-schneider.artistwebsites.com All rights reserved.
All images and my personal poetry/prose are protected by copyright and may not be reproduced, downloaded, distributed, transmitted, copied, reproduced in derivative works, displayed, published or broadcast by any means or in any form without prior written consent from the artist. Copyright on works derived from or based on images in the public domain applies only to the subsequent manipulation or painting resulting from my changes. The original image remains in the public domain and such images are used in accordance with international copyright laws.
September 11th, 2013
Viewed 1,943 Times - Last Visitor from Seattle, WA on 09/27/2021 at 12:51 PM