Digital art has quickly become a favorite medium for artists in the cartooning, movie, and graphic design industries. From art on products on your local store shelves to the latest Pixar films, digital art can be found everywhere.  Whether realistic or abstract, these artworks are often mistaken for traditional paintings. (Art included on this page: “Lauren & Ryuu” by Tanya Eddy)
To view more digital art and explore the process, please see:  http://www.tanyaeddy.com

 
In order  to follow the example of Walt Disney, and ‘keep moving forward’, we will be offering a digital art class at the JSA studio, beginning Spring 2017.  Students will provide their own electronic device, stylus, and digital app.  Any digital app and device is welcome in the class, but programs must support “layers”. See below for a list of devices, programs, and stylus suggestions. (Please note, these are only suggestions, based on popular use by digital artists. I use an iPad Air, Procreate app, and Wacom Intuos 2 stylus).  Please do not hesitate to contact the studio with any questions you may have. 

Wacom tablets (either tablet or drawing pad & laptop):  http://www.wacom.com/en-us/products/pen-tablets?gclid=CL_3nMS04tACFYSEaQodNRsCVg 

Procreate app (for use with iPad devices):  appsto.re/us/ATHvz.i

Wacom Intuos Stylus:  http://www.wacom.com/en-us/products/stylus/intuos-creative-stylus-2

Surface Pro:  https://www.microsoftstore.com/store/msusa/en_US/cat/All-Surface/categoryID.69403400

Sketchable drawing app:  http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/store/p/sketchable/9wzdncrfjcjw#

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