Digital Pet Paintings
dog and cat artworks
Digital painting based on a watercolor by Carmontelle 1763: Mozart playing music as a child.
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Real custom made dog & cat art and original prints
The artist that makes you a custom made artwork of your dog or cat that you will love! The classic artworks are digitally painted in detail. Whether you want your dog in a classic painting inspired by your favorite painter, or your cat in a movie scene or fairytale.... A custom design of your pet that you will treasure forever!
You can also order a digitally altered portrait in a rough structure or drawing of your dog and/or cat, your own original custom wall art! These are multi media: digitally composed and altered.
Dog and cat portraits painted digitally
Pixel Pet Art by Jessica Vonk makes a custom painting of your pet. The digital painted artworks are original so you get a one of a kind work of art of your dog, cat or other pet. A digital painting is created in similar fashion as a traditional painting, using the a computer file as a canvas. These artworks are printable in any size and material you like, from canvas to wood. See the classic paintings for more information on these paintings. For an original furry wall art inspired by real classic paintings, custom made with fun details!
A real custom digitally painted portrait of your dog or cat that is unique, that suits your taste and standards. It is a one of a kind work, that comes with a certificate of authenticity.
What is digital art?
Digital art is an artistic work or practice that uses digital technology as part of the creative or presentation process. Since the 1970s, various names have been used to describe the process, including computer art and multi media art. Digital art is itself placed under the larger umbrella term ' new media art'.
Artworks are considered digital paintings when created in similar fashion to non-digital paintings, but using software on a computer platform and digitally outputting the resulting image as painted on a canvas.
The first use of the term digital art was in the early 1980s when computer engineers devised a paint program which was used by the pioneering digital artist Harold Cohen This became known as AARON, a robotic machine designed to make large drawings on sheets of paper placed on the floor. Since this early foray into artificial intelligence, Cohen continued to fine-tune the AARON program as technology becomes more sophisticated. Digital art can be computer generated, scanned or drawn using a tablet and a mouse.
About these dog and cat paintings
Making an object or animal look human is something humans did even in the Stone Age. It is comforting and recognizable and doesn't do any harm to the subject or animal, it's flattering we try to see similarities to feel more connected. There are whole marketing campaigns based on anthropomorphism and a lot of studies done about it concluding it's a positive phenomenon.
Quoting Wikipedia: 'Anthropomorphism may be beneficial to the welfare of animals. A 2012 study by Butterfield found that utilizing anthropomorphic language when describing dogs created a greater willingness to help them in situations of distress.Previous studies have shown that individuals who attribute human characteristics to animals are less willing to eat them, and that the degree to which individuals perceive minds in other animals predicts the moral concern afforded to them. It is possible that anthropomorphism leads humans to like non-humans more when they have apparent human qualities, since perceived similarity has been shown to increase prosocial behavior toward other humans.'
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