I don't think this one made it into either of the aforementioned books. It's a magical oasis just popping up in the middle of the sandy dunes; which was a little difficult to do because that's pretty much how an oasis works to begin with
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I'm happy I took you down Memory Lane. To me desert says "war" because one of our game campaigns was protecting the unbelieving desert folks from the equally unbeleving southerners - and it started with all of suffering amnesia from a southern ritual!
True. But me and burlap don't see eye to eye - I hate how it breaks up my brushtrokes when I don't have use for it. The thing about digital is that the surface is what I need it to be, and the super smoothness of the "canvas" is really useful for small exact details.
There really are haptic interfaces now though, that work with small amounts of electricity to make you feel for example a rough surface instead of a smooth monitor. They're making suits with that tech already for full-body gaming interfaces. That will be so cool. Then I can actually allow the audience to touch and feel my digital paintings!
Indeed. The orientalists have produced a plethora of such wonderful scenical paintings (and completely fantastical and made-up, so why are modern fantasy painters being laughed at for painting radioactive monsters and flying castles?! ;))