Bradley, Lori
September 1988
Art Papers;Sep/Oct88, Vol. 12 Issue 5, p36
The article discusses the increasing use of computer technology by visual designers and fine artists. Computer artists are using more sophisticated software technology as well as hardware in their homes and studios and the technology has become inexpensive yet more powerful. A discussion of various software and computer systems which can present and reflect the visual intent of the artists who use them is also provided.


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