Computer-Made Fine Art Images
Nancy Doyle
   Fine Art
This is one of my first computer-made photocollages, which I created for a charity auction. They asked artists to create an image of pets or animals. It is a picture I took of the night sky, and added some of my zebra finches in their nest, looking at the universe with their usual sense of wonder and innocence. The parents are in front, with the orange beaks, and their two 6-week-old kids, a son and daughter, are on the left. This image comes only in 8-1/2" x 11," and sells for $25.00, including shipping charges. I really enjoy making art on the computer, and plan to do more in the future.
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Buyers living outside of the United States may order this computer print by sending an American Express gift or travelers check for $25.00, including your name and address, to: Nancy Doyle, 5 Ruth Rd., Apt. G-5, Wilmington, DE 19805, USA. I will then ship your print to your shipping address; you should receive it within 5 to 10 business days.
Thank you for your order! You can expect to receive your computer print within 3-5 business days.
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Figure Drawing Lesson
Computer Art
Perspective for Artists
Design V: Principles
Painting IV: Possibilities
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Getting Discouraged
Painting V: Color Mixing
The Correct Way
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Evolution of a Painting