Crazy Vibrance Abstract Painting

This year I thought I’d try my hand with digital painting, since it’s really fun to do, and a bit easier when you don’t have time or space to pull out the regular paints and brushes. I’d heard a lot about the ArtRage program, but decided to try a freeware version first, so I downloaded MyPaint. Also dusted off the ol’ Wacom Graphire Tablet.

After playing with MyPaint for a while to get the hang of the control, I started my first ‘official’ painting, which I quite like – has a very contemporary feel to me. (In comparison to a lot of the Celtic art that I do. I suppose MOST things will feel more contemporary in that case – LOL!)

I call this abstract digital painting, Crazy Vibrance:

Crazy Vibrance Abstract Painting Β©Kristen N. Fox, gallery.artoffoxvox.com

Click on the image to see a larger version of it, or to purchase a print (sans the copyright notice along the bottom, of course), via my gallery at imagekind.com.

I really love lush color, and I was really happy with how this came out – was hard to stop even when I knew it was done too – much too fun! πŸ™‚

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2 Responses to Crazy Vibrance Abstract Painting

  1. Daniel Mowry says:

    Beautiful! It’s vivid, it has wonderful contrasts between the sharp lines and the fullness of the large color splashes. I wish I could see it huge to really enjoy getting into those little spaces.

  2. Kristen says:

    Thanks, Dano – what a review!!! πŸ™‚ And I also have to thank you for pointing me in the direction of digital painting in the first place. I may eventually get ArtRage even. πŸ™‚ Yer da best.