DEMONSTRATION: Richard Tuschman
Digital photography can be quite inventive when it employs imaginative, surrealistic environments and out-of-scale props. Painted backdrops, custom textures and unique finishes further add distinction. In this demonstration, artist Richard Tuschman combines digital photographs of natural and man-made objects with a variety of scanned, painted and distressed textures to create a multi-layered virtual assemblage.
Saunders Waterford series hot- and cold-pressed watercolor paper
Etching tarlatan cloth
Unprimed decorative dollhouse molding
Acrylics and oil paints: Alizarin Crimson, Phthalo Blue, Cadmium Orange and Titanium White
Acrylic matte medium