Houston Artist produces digital paintings

I call myself an artist, so I have to put the pen on the paper, right?   So,  I’ve been putting the elec­tron­ic draw­ing pad to work.  Here are a few of the items I have been work­ing on as of late.   Most are col­or stud­ies and con­cept devel­op­ment.

Tree - Test­ing light

<p>Tree light study - Houston Art - painting</p>

Tree light study — Hous­ton Art — paint­ing

But­ter­fly  — A work in progress for my wife Kristal


The Face - Com­ing up with some con­cepts for album art.

Houston Artist Illustrator - The face

Hous­ton Artist Illus­tra­tor — The face

Green Abstract Paint­ing —  Orig­i­nal­ly set up using a fair­ly low dpi set­ting.  I plan on work­ing in larg­er DPI set­tings from here on as I would like to even­tu­al­ly have these items print­ed first on large for­mat mount­ed on foam board,  after ward I may go in to using tex­tured paper and archive qual­i­ty.


Abstract paint­ing — Hous­ton Artist

About the author

Dwayne Casey I’ve start­ed design­ing web­sites while at Uni­ver­si­ty of Hous­ton dur­ing my first Pho­to­shop 3.1 expe­ri­ence in 1996 on a Mac­in­tosh com­put­er. I built my own com­put­ers (Win­dows PCs) with the help of a friend and have been dig­i­tal­ly involved ever since. I am both Win­dows and PC lit­er­ate but grav­i­tate toward OSX. I’ve grad­u­al­ly got­ten back to my roots as a tac­tile artist / design­er by work­ing more with tra­di­tion­al medi­ums like draw­ing, paint­ing, and mixed media.

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