One day in 1985, Andy Warhol, that Andy Warhol, introduced the public to Amiga paint software on the Commodore Amiga computer. At that time the field of digital art was in its introductory stages as PC makers experimented with ways of adding features. One might guess that if he were alive today, Warhol, who started out as an illustrator, would be thrilled at the vast options available in the digital art world. Digital art can be created faster and corrected more easily than drawing and painting on paper or canvas. All of which isn’t to say that the old methods are dead. Meanwhile, artists everywhere should consider a visit to deviantart.com where the work from a worldwide community of artists, including digital ones, might inspire you to feed your inner artist.
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