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TRADIGITAL: WELCOME TO THE REAL WORLD?

The April 2017 Draw With Jazza Challenge of the Month is use or depict two art mediums, in this case Digital and Traditional in a scene of my choosing.

I have chosen to have a digital character escaping from a digital tablet into what he believes is the real world. However, the reality is that the world is not quite as it seems and in fact is digital.

The mediums I chose was graphite pencil and Adobe Photoshop for painting. While I have drawn the tablet, splash and manikin in pencil only, I have used some minor digital effects for the sole purpose of blending the traditional image with the digital painting. No-one of that character was dawn digitally.

What I thought would be cool was to mix up the mediums so that something that should have been drawn digitally is actually the traditional and visa versa.

I hope you enjoy this piece and the video and be seeing you!

TRAILER https://youtu.be/feqWkiITZC8 OUT NOW

FULL VIDEO Please use this link (original crashed while uploading on YouTube) https://youtu.be/xKSEA3eZFKU

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Apr 21, 2017 | 6:51 PM EDT
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