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Girl Creates Watercolor ‘Bot’

30 Jul

A 12-year-old girl has created a robotic device that turns computer scribblings into watercolor paintings:

“Sylvia Todd, a 12-year-old with a passion for robots, has created what she calls the WaterColorBot. It’s a robot that looks a little like a 3D printer. As its name implies, however, it creates works of art with watercolor paint instead of plastic.

So, how does it work? It’s quite simple really. The user connects the robot to their PC via USB and powers up the included RoboPaint software. From there, the machine paints whatever the user creates in the software.”

Fruity Flowers Print

15 Mar

I’m having prints made of my “Fruity Flowers” design, below, if anyone’s interested. They will be done in archival inks on hi-rag content paper. (Of course, you could just print this off of my blog yourself, if you are the type to ignore copyrights etc., but it wouldn’t be signed or numbered by me, nor probably printed with archival inks.) You can order the official signed ones here. 

watermelon“Fruity Flowers” copyright 2013 by S. K. Cole, all rights reserved.

Happy Little Carrots

14 Mar

The coming of Easter has made me think of happy little dancing carrots (for the Easter Bunny to munch on). Here they are:

Dancing Carrots. Copyright 2013, by S. K. Cole, all rights reserved.

Dancing Carrots. Copyright 2013, by S. K. Cole, all rights reserved.

More Adventures in Digital Art

11 Feb

From a children’s book project I’ve started (no money, purely for the experience):



14 Jan
Random Fruit Design

Random Fruit Design

Just practicing with a new digital painting software program I recently discovered Pictured above is a random fruit illustration I drew in the program. I’ve never done much digital art, but I like the program a lot.