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With this project, I tried to take on a familiar element, and try to do them different. I did try to tie all my pieces together with the Photoshop’s overlay option. The seven pieces can all stand on their own, but they all work well together, as the Gestalt psychology dictates- it is the theory that explains the psychological phenomena by their relationships to total forms, Gestalen, rather than by their parts. This was another fun project, and to be honest, I am starting to get a better understanding on Photoshop, and the different elements that go along with the program. In truth, I wish we would just have a class that concentrated just on Photoshop. That would be cool.


1- Original done by Dale Keown.

2, 5- BumbleBee and Optimus Prime are Trademarks of Hasbro.

3-Don’t remember where I got this from.

4, 6, 7- Iron Man, Incredible Hulk, and Spiderman are the  trademarks of Marvel.



Rulk-2I really like this image. Stayed up to 1am doing this image.

Cowboy's HulkHere is my favorite Comic book Character and my Favorite Football Team…..I know we need the help!!

Optimus Prime and Magnus

I am trying new things, Here is some Transformers I put together.

Hulk Invert


Still messing with Photo Shop.

Just having some fun with photo-shop in Digital Art Class.

Grey Hulk made from the Original Green Hulk.

Green Hulk

Grey Hulk

This was just for fun.


This is the original.


This project was very hard to do, because I had no photo shop experience. I had to find a 2nd rate photo shop gto complete this project. In the end, I really like what this program could do, and I look forward to doing better projects, but I like what I did. thanks.

Digital art poster- I Hate Guns

Digital art poster-I Hate Guns-B&W

Chapter two is very weird in a cool way. Some of the art work is very complex, yet some are very simple. One of the complex pieces of work is by Asymptote, Fluxspace 3.0, 2002. It is somewhat Tron like in how it looks, with the colors and the space like textures. It almost has a future feel to it, like you would see it in a science fiction movie like Transformers the movie, the original nineteen eighty-six. This piece of art could be one of the planets the Autobots crashed on. It is a great piece of work that I have never seen before, if I had the money, I would buy it.

The other piece of work that stands out is by Erin Redi, Matrix IV, 2001. I really like how all the lights are symmetrical, and how the color blue really makes everything feel calm. It is also somewhat overwhelming, in the sense that it is on a large wall, and the lights are all lit up and shining bright. This also gives off the science fiction feel, even some sort of comic book pages have looked like this. It is cool.

This chapter stands out because of its futuristic feel to it. A lot of the art work in this chapter seems like it has current value in what the digital art is today. It has a lot of references that make me relate the art work to movies, commercials, and video games. All these Medias are what drives what digital art is today, and what it is going to be in the future.

This media, that is digital art, seems to be an ever changing. What was new and current yesterday will be old news tomorrow. This why I am so fascinated by what I see come from this side of art. It is always leading in the forefront what is happening right now, from the major movies, like Transformers Two, Incredible Hulk, and Avatar (which has not come out yet). Let’s take Transformers Two, even the first Transformers; you can see how their technology has caught on in all kinds of commercials, televisions shows, and videos games. This digital art has take over with a purpose, because I think that it was just too cool to see how they did what they did in that movie, it was absolutely just amazing. Say what you will, but digital art is a medium that is here to stay. That is what chapter two is all about, and that is why some of that art work is just awesome.

The 3D art is really big shit right now. It seems like every movie that comes out right seems to have a 3D effect to it now a days. I think it is a cool thing but I do not know if going to take off. I think is just a right now kind of thing. There are talks that they are trying to get it to translate to a blu-ray format, but right that seems to have run into a brick wall.

All source material comes from: Christiane Paul DIGITAL ART 2nd Edition: Thames & Hudson Word of Art.




Metaphor-a figure of speech in which a term or phrase is applied to something to which it is not literally applicable in order to suggest a resemblance.

Cliche’-is a saying, expression, idea, or element of an artistic work which has been overused to the point of losing its original meaning or effect, rendering it a stereotype, especially when at some earlier time it was considered meaningful or novel. The term is frequently used in modern culture for an action or idea which is expected or predictable, based on a prior event. It is likely to be used pejoratively. A cliché may sometimes be used in a work of fiction for comedic effect.