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For my 3D work, I have been using Blender, DAZ Studio Pro, Bryce 7 Pro, Photoshop and After Effects.
Dean, what programs are you working in?
Thanks for the welcomes Timmery and Deby.
Timmery (that's a pretty name BTW), I have been working on making 3D characters, mainly people, as well as starting to do some backgrounds. I would eventually like to use them to illustrate some stories that I have written. Possibly making some animated short films in the future.
I'm also looking at making book covers for fantasy-adventure or sci-fi type novels.
Here is one character I made:
I have also been doing a lot of fractal art. It has been a lot of fun to learn, and I like to see what type of abstract creations flow.
Deby, I haven't made a website for my art yet, but you can see my work on my deviantArt gallery: http://dsmastern.deviantart.com/gallery/
CONTENT WARNING: A few of my pictures in the gallery contain some artistic nudity.
Anyway, feel free to take a look. Everything there is pretty new, within the last month. I just started doing these kinds of art, and I know that I still have a lot to learn.
Welcome, Dean! Do you have a website or page where we can view your work? So glad you've joined us here.
I'm new to this group (invited by John Chang), so I thought I'd post an introduction.
I'm Dean, and I'm working mostly with digital art: fractals, 3D modeling, photo manipulation, video editing (my job), and whatever else I find interesting at the moment.
I also write some fiction, and enjoy photography and film making.
Anyway, that's the brief intro. Glad to be here.
Though you would want to see this:Art Survey
A Look at Artists Who are Selling Well | Xanadu Gallery's 2014 Stat...
Hi John, You're only about an hour fropm me, we should connect and talk art some time.
I'll tell you - social media is a funny thing. We get caught up in the technology but it's more like running into someone at the market and they mention that you should also check out this stand and that one.. and so on.
Here's a Pinterest board I started simply as partly a joke and partly a tribute to the hometown during my high school years - Last-Exit-on-78-22 West ..it continues to get more traffic than all of my other boards combined!
At some point I need to do some traffic analysis, but overall I'd say that if you use the media that you enjoy and best aligns with your personality - whether it's pictures or video or texting 140 words or less, it doesn't matter how they find you.
I haven't really drawn anything in ages and over the years I've resisted getting into sculptures with wood or metal - something about these attract me. Meanwhile, I dance Argentine tango, which is definitely not the ballroom stuff that people often ask, "is that like Dancing with the Stars?" Nope, definitely not!
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