Digital Paint Magazine Launches

The August issue of Digital Paint Magazine is here! The blog and the website are still not where they need to be but the August issue is done. You can visit the digital paint magazine website for the download.

As we move along there are a ton of things to be changes and improved upon. We are looking for more contributors. If you have any interest you can contact tim@digitalpaintmagazine.com.

Comments

  1. A wonderful contribution to the digital art community! Thank you!

    Karen

    • Hi Karen,

      Thanks for dropping b and leaving a comment. We are in the foundation building stage so it is a tad bleak. It will get better looking as we move along.
      Tim

  2. Congratulations!!!!
    Finally someone is doing a magazine that isn’t just for PainterX but covers the whole gamut of digital art!!!
    I long to see tutorials on pre editing, using filters in both photoshop and learning about some of the plug-ins that are out there.
    I live in Australia, and I don’t know of another person that does digital art like me,the world wide web is my only tool for learning. There is no guest artists that visit over here to teach people how to use PainterX like I see advertised in the States.
    I’d love to see articles by photographers too on composition and other photography skills like portraiture etc.
    On the essentials cafe site we have a retired pro photogrpher in the UK under the name of Tolouse…He is a very talented man and I would love to see him do a tutorial if possible. Check out his work …he is amazing.
    I would love to see some overseas artists visit and teach here in Aust….I’d even have them stay in my home if it helps!!!
    I’ve enjoyed the Official Painter magazine but so often it really falls short for me when what I do is really digital art then paint…
    I am a painter and soft pastel artist with real media, and the digital artform is only 18months new to me.
    This magazine has so much scope available to it, and I hope you address much more and really get into showing us techniques and tutorials. along with successful artists.
    I wish you all the best with this venture
    Kind regards
    Dianne Paine

  3. Congratulations Tim and John. I’m looking forward to seeing what surprises you have in store.

    Elaina/aka
    nightshadow

  4. Claudia Pendlay says:

    I found the blog…lol.
    This magazine is wonderful, I love it. You have done a great job and I will be anxiously awaiting each issue.
    I do have a suggestion for a future article. I have found myself a bit overwhelmed by trying to figure out just which online class to take. I have never taken any online classes so I have no idea how they work. I have a feeling there are a lot more people out there just like me who want to take a class but are overwhelmed by all of the choices and just don’t know where to start. Do you have to take a beginning Painter class before taking say a watercolor class or will the watercolor class teach you what you need to know about Painter to complete that class projects? So many questions…:)
    Again Congratulations of a wonderful Premier Issue, I am looking forward to the next one.

    • Claudia,

      Great questions! Thanks for finding your way to the blog. Our friend Karen Bonaker will be writing an article on online classes for next months issue. Karen is the founder and owner of DAA Digital Art Academy.

      Tim

  5. LOWELL FRANGA says:

    Hello Tim and John,

    This is wonderful! It must have been a tremendous amount of work putting the magazine together and you both are to be commended. I work for the U.S. Army in Germany and am trying to learn to be a digital artist and read everything I can get my hands on and am confident the magazine and webinars will be teaching the digital art community a lot. Thank you so much for sharing your knowledge and skills and passion for digital painting. I look forward to the journey with you both.

    Lowell

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