Saturday, October 08, 2011
Autumn Abstract Tree Art
I began learning to use a vector grphics drawing program called Inkscape. Vector graphics have an advantage over the usual type of computer graphics (raster graphics) in that they are totally scalable, that is I can make them as big or as small as I want without losing any quality to the picture.
This abstract tree landscape is a result of practicing making swirls, to me the design looked like a tree and I got the idea for making the composition using the color of the fall season.
Prints of this art are sold at Imagekind where there is a choice of different sized prints on fine art paper with the option of custom framing, and on gallery wrapped canvas.