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Diary of a Person Being Human

I did always say that when I retired I would focus more on being an artist. Keeping true to my word, that’s what I now spend most of my time doing, when I’m not travelling and taking pictures. The kind of art, or rather how I’ve been producing it differs considerably from my original plan, but ever being keen to explore new mediums and techniques, I sometimes find myself wandering off, and of course discovering new wonders.

For the past few months I’ve been learning how to create digital paintings and sketches. Transforming photographs into works of art is something I have done for years now, though in these recent months I have come across a company who produces some amazing products for achieving artistic effects that faithfully simulate traditional oils, pastels, charcoal, pencil, watercolour and the like. Frankly, what I think they’ve achieved is groundbreaking, and the best there…

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