Rembrandt CGI

I just read this post on James Gurney’s blog, Gurney Journey. It is statistical analysis and algorithms, and the use of a 3-D printer, that scientists have used to create what a “typical” Rembrandt painting would look like. I am at once fascinated, awed, and have a slight sense of foreboding… judge for yourself.

Get the info here on Gurney’s blog: http://gurneyjourney.blogspot.com/2016/04/using-computers-to-create-typical.html

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I have been somewhat fortunate…

SOMEWHAT fortunate, to have avoided this problem, though every once in a while, I do experience it. Read “How to Email an Illustrator” from ┬áthe website Illustration Age, written by Kyle Webster. I have to admit, there have been times that I’ve thrown up my hands and said; “What the hell is this??”; “What does she/he want?”; “Are you kidding?”

http://illustrationage.com/2015/02/26/how-to-email-an-illustrator/

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