2. Digital originals through transformation of original art. The digital images described above have been subjected to one or more digital techniques using Photoshop to achieve a range of effects from recolouring to dramatic distortion. Techniques are applied progressively to achieve the artist's vision and often result in co-ordinated series' of artworks such as those found within the Floral Abstracts galleries.
3. Digital originals through manipulation of photographic images. In this technique the original image was captured by camera rather than painted. This is not the main thrust of the work but was used for the Wastwater Illuminated landscape and was the basis of my Pop-art Portraits service.
4. 100% digital originals. These artworks have no physical element to the production process i.e. no canvas, pens, brishes or paint. The artistic process still involves a great deal of composition planning and experimentation to achieve pre-conceived results. Early examples use colour gradients that are designed by the artist but applied and distorted using Photoshop. (See Gradient Abstracts and Large Abstracts galleries).
100% digital originals can be particularly well suited to tailoring in ways that can generate new sets of co-ordinated artworks from a single image.