8.00" x 6.00"
13.50" x 11.50"
The Cathedral Basilica of St Francis of Assisi in Sante Fe Framed Print
by Digital Photographic Arts
The Cathedral Basilica of St Francis of Assisi in Sante Fe by Digital Photographic Arts - 8" x 6"
Archival Matte Paper
CRQ13 - Black Wood (CRQ13)
1/8" Clear Acrylic - Foam Core Mounting
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A favorite subject for generations of artists, owing to it's prominent location on the Plaza in Sante Fe, New Mexico, (plus it's simple beauty) here... more
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A favorite subject for generations of artists, owing to it's prominent location on the Plaza in Sante Fe, New Mexico, (plus it's simple beauty) here is my take on this classic church.
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Thanks for stopping by Digital Photographic Arts. My name is Les, and I am an artist and photographer, who has been lucky enough to do some world traveling. I have decided to share my view of the world, by producing affordable, top quality, fine art prints. Please browse through my art, and enjoy your visit. Check back often, because I am always adding new work. (All images copyright 2012-2023 Digital Photographic Arts LLC. All rights reserved.)
Thank you for the response....it appears you have found a unique technique ...good luck with the testing
Very interesting treatment. What digital technique did you use?
Digital Photographic Arts replied:
Robert, I am beta testing 3 products for people who are developing digital drawing software here in Pittsburgh. They all run off of my Photoshop platform as plugins. The closest I can say is that they are a cross between Dynamic Auto Painter, Psykopaint, and most importantly, a draw by hand system that some kid is working on, that is kind of like using a wacom bamboo drawing program. This work took probably 10 hours over a couple of days to do. I probably could have done a hand painting in less time, and with less frustration. Like I said, these are just some rough programs at this point.