“It is like a composer sitting down with notes and chords to get a feel for where the music is going.”

Bruce Beasley discusses the freedom of creating fine art in a computer without any physical constraints



Custos II by Bruce Beasley. Photograph: Lee Fatheree



When a traditional artist enters into the world of 3D technology and they begin to listen in on a dialogue between seasoned 3D technicians and/or computer graphics (CG) artists, the conversation might begin to sound more like the wah-wah-wah of Charlie Brown’s teacher in the Peanuts cartoon. Those entering the world of technology and hearing such ...

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