Dorothy’s “The Big Cat”

Written by: Adam Christianson

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The Big CatArtist and MacCast listener Dorothy Yamamoto is looking foward to the upcoming “Tiger” release as much as all of us MacGeeks. She sent this great image along with these comments:

Like most MacCast listeners, am anxiously awaiting Apple’s Tiger OS release. And like my painting here, “The Big Cat,” the tiger is waiting for Steve Jobs to give the go-ahead. I’ve been studying Jeremy Sutton’s terrific “Painter Creativity” book and instructional DVDs and applied his “single brush” assignment in which you must use only one brush and its variants to complete a painting. I used the soft oil pastel in a monochromatic study. Am fortunate to work on a G5 with lots of RAM and a Wacom Intuous 3 tablet which give the Corel Painter IX digital art experience as close to natural media as possible.

To see more of Dorothy’s work visit her web site

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  1. BaluXP | Apr 05 2005 - 11:52

    Fantastic, I love to see such Mac Enthusiasts. Great creativity, I know ic ouldn’t do such a thing.
    I hope to become a switcher from PC to Mac when (or if) Tiger comes out with the Mac Mini. I used to have a really old iMac with OS 8 but then gave up on it because windows was better at that time. Now i am reay to get out of the blue screen of deaths and experience the elegancy of being a Mac User.

  2. Dorothy | Apr 08 2005 - 07:50

    Thanks BaluXP; hope you make the switch soon. see ya.