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Inspiration and Practical Application Info at Digital Art Creation Magazine

Digital Art Creation MagazineYou can never have enough information, even in the Information Age. Digital Art Creation, which is a quarterly online publication, is filled with content that includes photo and post-capture techniques, printing and post-printing tips, and a variety of other subjects of interest to photographers, designers and graphic artists.

Digital Art Creation is free for the read-only edition at the website: www.digitalpaintmagazine.com. Simply fill out an opt-in email form at the home page and the link to the quarterly publication will be sent to your mailbox. A read-only version is hosted on the site and downloads are available for $4.99 per issue.

The September issue is scheduled to be ready around September 15. Back issues of Digital Paint Magazine – the precursor to Digital Art Creation dedicated primarily to digital painting – can also be found at www.digitalpaintmagazine.com.

Here are some highlights from Digital Art Creation to catch up on from the past year (click on the publication date to access the full content)…

February 2013: Profiles of artists from the 2013 Digital Art Summit, including Darrell Chitty, Thom Rouse, Marco Bucci, Paul Tomason, and many more.

December 2012: Canvas Wrap Details, Old Master profile Picasso, Using Drawings as a Management Tool by Victor Lunn-Rockliffe, Digital Printing Alternative Surfaces: Recycled Plastic by KathyAnne White, and more.

October 2012: Gallery Wrapped Canvas Prints by Ralph Cooksey-Talbott, Woody’s Smoke Brushes by Woody Walters, Old Master Rembrandt by Nadia Lim, Printing on Silk by KathyAnne, video marketing, an interview with Miklos Foldi and Peter Nagy, and more.

And there’s more when you go to www.digitalpaintmagazine.com/blog/magazine-back-issues.html.

Regan has been involved in the sign and wide format digital printing industries for the past two decades as an editor, writer and pundit. With a degree in journalism from the University of Houston, Regan has reported on the full evolution of the inkjet printing industry since the first digital printers began appearing on the scene.

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