Jason takes advantage of all the natural

Jason De Gaaf’s photo of hyperrealism captures a wonderful image of an orange plunging into a glass, and then the water shooting up out of it. It has a very mesmerizing feel to it and you tend to get lost in the ornate layout of the water droplets. The second image by Alex Andreyev displays a form of digital art that depicts a plane tied up underneath a floating city. This piece of art seems very video-game oriented to me, a floating city with a very calming tone with the yellow and orange sunset in the background. These two forms of art differ pretty extensively, except for the fact that they carry so much detail in each forms of art, they also have unique and special attributes. Hyperrealism likes to capture images that are super sharp to the eye, the details are very extensive and has radiant color coming off it. Whereas digital art seems to take a video game vibe with its detail-oriented sketches. Digital art takes advantage of using technology to make their pictures very clean and life-like. Hyperrealism takes advantage of all the natural occurrences in life but shows them at the peak of visual performance. It catches motions or stills at perfect timing in order to analyze them with great detail. I really like to look at these because of the clarity and depth that they carry. I feel much of the same way when looking at digital art, what clarity and detail it takes artificial images to emulate a life-like scene. You can see the extreme advancement of digital art in recent video games, the graphics are becoming so real that you almost can’t even tell that it’s fake. Color and contrast are primary details and major factors in every work of art as a single color can change the perspective or mood behind each piece.

            Jason De Graff is a Canadian born artist that uses hyperrealism and photorealism to capture breathtaking illustrations to express a very unique senses of vision. He currently lives in Quebec in which he focuses on his paintings. He is a master at producing still-life photos that capture events in motion, allowing you to view it as you can’t with the naked eye. He also is able to do the same thing will still shots and capture detail at a whole new level. He does a very good job at using deeper backdrops in order to amplify the center of the picture with the object that’s presented. He also uses great depth in his artwork, making the illustrations look very three-dimensional and feel layered. When I looked at his artwork I found myself looking closer to my screen because of how delicate and intriguing each picture looked. His paintings are truly mesmerizing and a joy to look at.  

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