Digital painting

An artist drawing on a graphics tablet in 2014
"Alice in Wonderland", a 2010 digital painting by David Revoy, depicting some elements and characters from the 1865 novel.

Digital painting is an art medium created with computer technologies. It employs pixels (picture elements) which are assigned a color to create imagery. It is also known as raster graphics. It is called digital painting because it initially distinguished itself from vector graphics in its ability to render gradiated or blended colors in imagery which mimicked traditional drawing and painting media.

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