Today’s Art (19th July 2019)

Well, since I was in a bit of a rush, today’s artwork is a rather quick 20 minute piece of cyberpunk digital art.

As usual, this picture is released under a Creative Commons BY-NC-ND licence.

“Cyberpunk Digital” By C. A. Brown

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Today’s Art (7th June 2019)

Well, due to hot weather and tiredness, today’s artwork was a futuristic digitally-edited sci-fi/cyberpunk photo montage using elements from photos and footage (some of which has been digitally-enhanced or had some hue alterations) that I took of Portsdown Hill, a road in Leigh Park and some fields near Finchdean one night last June (you can see the source photos/video stills here, here, here, here, here and here).

As usual, this photo montage is released under a Creative Commons BY-NC-ND licence.

“Portsdown Hill – Futuristic (Photo Montage)” By C. A. Brown

Today’s Art (9th April 2019)

Well, since I was slightly tired and in a bit of a rush, today’s artwork is 100% digital. It was a quick digital painting (made in about 20-25 minutes) that I made, which was based on this photo I took of the hallway/staircase near my room after I noticed that, thanks to the way that my digital camera works, the light tended to look more orange in low-light environments.

So, after turning some lights off, I was able to take a photo that reminded me of the tenebrist art of old (my favourite type of historical art). In addition to this, thanks to the orange light and some of the digital techniques I used, I was also able to take inspiration from an amazing classic horror videogame called “Silent Hill 3” whilst making the digital painting too 🙂

As usual, this digital painting is released under a Creative Commons BY-NC-ND licence.

“Low Light – Silent Hall” By C. A. Brown

Today’s Art (7th November 2018)

Well, today’s art was originally going to be a digitally-edited memory painting of a pub window I briefly saw in Havant during a car journey, but this painting failed so badly that I abandoned it and drew on one of my other memories of the journey (eg: The view over Portsdown Hill at night which, for some reason, had a large chimney which was letting out a plume of white smoke in the distance) for a quick piece of MS Paint art.

As usual, this picture is released under a Creative Commons BY-NC-ND licence.

“A Plume Over Portsdown Hill” By C. A. Brown