Oil painting: WoA!
Oil paintings created with WoA!, a software that I am developing. This gallery gives you an overview of its possibilities.
Charcoal is powder paint, which can be moistened to a greater or lesser extent before applying it to a canvas or paper. The less precise lines make my photos look a bit faded in this gallery.
In black and white or in color, ink drawings take on the aspect of an engraving or a comic strip. This brings a new artistic dimension when they are produced from my photos.
Colored pencils aren’t just for kids! The colors enliven the drawing, they bring luminosity, a clarity that comes close to that of the photos from which they come.
Much more difficult than it looks, pencil sketching is a monochromatic art form, suitable for drawings with lots of contrast. Admire the sketches in this gallery, created from my photos.
Acrylic paint is the modern version of oil paint. It is more suited to contemporary forms of art. Compare the difference in this gallery, which turns my photos into other works of art.
AbsurdePhoton’s photos are sublimated by their transformation into watercolors, using painting and image manipulation software.
I realize that protest paintings are not exactly in vogue, but I've done many.