- In less than fifty pages, 'Digital Painting' offers a complete overview of the visual characteristics of digital painting and insight in its five main directions: computer generated, raster, vector, hybrid painting and new photography. Apart from practical questions like: how can unique works and limited editions be effectively protected? it also provides a useful tool to answer more philosophical questions: if art is defined as a creative human effort, what is the position of computer generated painting? State of the art information for painters, students, teachers, collectors and art lovers. Written and illustrated by Pauline van de Ven, awarded digital painter and author of 'Digital Painting explained and illustrated', one of the oldest and consistently high rated online sources of information on the Internet. Beautifully illustrated with 28 full color pages.