DIGITAL ART: A REVOLUTIONARY FORM OF ART & VISUAL COMMUNICATION
Keywords:Digital Art, Revolutionary, Art & Visual
In this age of technology our life revolves around 2D; 3D images & graphics. Creativity has now crossed all the limits it can’t be restricted to brush and canvas. With the advent of various innovative software’s designing is on the bloom and art become flawless. Digital art is harmony with good knowledge of design software enables us enter into the digital media industry. Today when everything around us become digitalized, the art are taking this step toward the digital world as well. The digital art is a most accepted form of art in the contemporary Indian art. This revolutionary form of art has given a new dimension of art, painting, sculpture and communication. Digital art is created by artist with the help of the computer and sometime modified by computer software. It also creates a subtle difference between design and art. Digital art is the outcome of creativity and computer technology.
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