The image on the left is from back in 2015 when I first got my Photoshop Elements program. I was enamored by desert works at the time and tried to combine that with my still-current appreciation for silhouette art. However, I was very new to digital art and to trying to find myself as an artist.
The image on the right is from earlier this week (2017). Not only have I grown much more confident in digital art, but I am also using FireAlpaca. I’ve learned and practiced new techniques and have grown as an artist and have gained leaps and bounds of confidence. I focused less on cluttering the image and making it as “real” as possible, and instead had fun playing with bright colors, whimsical angles, and really capturing the vastness that comes with a desert roadtrip.