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Creative Digital Painting on Manifesting Subculture of Taiwan
Abstract In the development of human history, there are constant movements reminding people to trace back to the origin of cultures to re-digest the roots of creations in order to have our current cultures to be reborn again. Renaissance was indeed the perfect example of this notion. It is obvious that subculture has been creating impacts on mainstream culture for the past century. Yet, the two cultures have affected and grown on each other ever since. Mainstream is the group of people who passively accept the given styles and values from the commercial bodies. On the other hand, subculture represents a group of people who actively seek for the special styles of the minority. Seeking a unique form in digital painting through the long history of feudal society, tradition, mainstream culture and subculture will be a creative way of thinking in creative process. In Chinese water-ink painting, imitating the masterpieces has been a major trend as practice among artists since Ming and Ching dynasties. This thesis is focused on “Creative Digital Painting on Manifesting Subculture of Taiwan.” The author wish to absorb theories from various schools of Chinese painting from the history and apply digital painting media to create art works with creativity and clarity. The art works discussed in this thesis were created under this notion. By utilizing the watercolor painting techniques with digital tools, the artist is able to transform, innovate and finally create unique visual paintings with the taste of modern arts.
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