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Highlights in the May 2012 digital issue of The Artist's Magazine Include:
- Photoshop as a Tool: Two Artists' Approaches
- Intro to Digital 3D Imaging
- Painting Directly From Concept to Canvas
- Create Your Own Colored Transfer Paper
David Hettinger situates his subjects in landscapes that are light-filled and lush. By Louise B. Hafesh
Turning in (Virtual) Space
Trained as a painter and sculptor, an artist turns to a 3D modeling program to create digital art. By McCrystle Wood
Master of the Not-So-Still Still Life
Sheldon Tapley celebrates theatrical excess and erotic energy in oil and pastel. By Daniel Brown
A World of Detail in One Square Inch
By way of Photoshop and a grid, Garry Kaye paints meticulously intricate landscapes in acrylic. By BJ Foreman
Beyond the Likeness
Watercolor is Jeannie McGuire's medium of choice and a photograph is her springboard. By Michael Lacoy
Are Giclées for You?
Does it make good business sense to produce and sell giclées of your paintings? By Barney Davey
Columns and Departments
The Artist's Life
A U.S. Army master sergeant who records moments of war and peace; an artist's residency in Alaska; and more. Edited by Cherie Haas
Thirteen strategies artists can use to develop business relationships and find work. By Jeff Fisher
In order to draw a realistic figure, use straight lines at the start. By Sadie J. Valeri
Ask the Experts How do you make your own colored transfer paper, what studio lighting is ideal, and what colors are best for a studio's walls? By Koo Schadler
Tom Thomson, a Canadian painter of the early 20th century, influenced what would become the Group of Seven. By Jerry N. Weiss
Numerous, nifty and new—products for studio and field. Edited by Cherie Haas
Working with acrylic, an artist designs a diptych that conjures the beginning and the end. By Ashley Coll