Digital Painting Sunny Bird
by Ahmed Alozade
Ahmed Alozade is a university research scientist who lives in Casablanca, Morocco. His specialty is Digital Painting. For years he enjoyed the experience of working with classical drawings. Based on his extensive technical training, he uses scientific, methodological, and psycho-philosophical aspects to choose themes, features and colors. His blog, Paintdigi, gives him a wide cultural window of the world to present his artwork.
Ahmed is a deep thinker. He wants to be more of an internationalist and humanist, away from Third World obstacles.
“Life has no meaning if there is no love, if there is no homework, if there are no principles, and if there is no record for history.”
Ahmed’s Digital Paintings are a feast for the eyes! Visit his blog site and enjoy! https://paintdigi.wordpress.com
A Gift Every Week to Mark 1,000 Blog Likes
Ahmed offers a copy, signed and dated painting gift each week to followers who encouraged him, and who are faithful to his blog. Check out his blog site to see all the recipients.
I’m the lucky first recipient of a breath-taking painting, number 24, Flowers of the Universe. He imagined a new visual and artistic system, a contradictory situation, the visual reality to the naked eye (green and flowers) and also existing too far from the ability of the naked eye.
After my offer to feature a sunset or sunrise on Before Sundown, much to my delight, I received a 2nd painting gift, number 39, Sunny Bird. The spectacular Sunny Bird is the new-featured header for November 2016.
About Digital Painting
Ahmed presents Digital Painting in three categories on his website.
“Digital painting is a form of painting in which digital tools are applied instead of traditional techniques (pencil, oil paint, charcoal, impasto acrylics). The canvas, brushes, colors, tags, gums…are applied using digital software in a computer skills (PC, tablet…) creations downloaded and printed.“
“The digital painting is used by professionals and amateur artists to create digital artwork (drawing, painting, etc.); as used by technical professionals to meet the visual demands of the market, such as illustrations, rear-scenes and designs used by economic activities (production of video games, television programs, cartoons, advertisements, decorative themes…etc.).”