Don Webster has made a career around images and digital technology. From his army officer days as an aerial surveillance officer in the 60s to an executive management position at a technology company in the 90s, he has built a diverse experience base uniquely suited to the field of 3D art.
Don’s love of period history spanning multiple generations is a pallet of inspiration for a gallery of digital art to be envied. From the streets of Rome and the time of Emperors, to the battlefields of the American Civil War, Don has an eye for period art and uses a wide array of 3D tools to bring his vision to life.
Enjoying his retirement in the lush hills of Virginia’s Shenandoah Valley, Don blends his free time with taking care of his beautiful home, traveling with his wife of 34 years, Shirley, and working in his exquisite studio creating digital art of the highest quality.
He is a long-time Mac user and uses Vue, Modo, and Zbrush, along with several other software packages as the primary tools of his handiwork.
Don Webster’s Home Page
As a child, Cynthia Decker drew and painted at any opportunity. With a computer instructor for a mom and an engineer for a dad, her earliest art materials were green and white perforated computer paper or occasional punch card.
She used an Apple II at the age of 13 drawing in green and black monochrome. Throughout high school and college she studied and practiced drawing and design,and as the technology became available she began digital painting, while continuing to work in traditional media; pastels, acrylics and oils.
Cynthia left college to begin a graphic design career and continued learning on her own and exploring exciting new digital media. She discovered 3D software in 1998 and was immediately hooked.
Initially, her portfolio was exclusively online, and participated in many web-based galleries. People began requesting prints through her website. After doing extensive research into fine art printing, she began creating and selling high resolution archival prints of in 2002. That same year she had her first solo show, likely the first showing of non-photographic digital work in North Carolina.
Cynthia’s studio can be found in Asheville, NC.
Cynthia Decker on the Web
Edson Esteves Moraes, more commonly known around the 3D Art world as “Wotan,” is an Agricultural Engineer – a graduate of the University Of Campinas (UNICAMP). He is a music lover, mainly classical, opera, blues, jazz (ECM label), progressive and post rock genres.
His main hobby and passion is computer graphics. He works is an advisor or consultant for the design of agricultural machines and lives in Campinas, São Paulo state, Brazil.