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    Red face How do you like the way I designed web pages on my site for Art Rage creations?

    I have an extensive web site created for displaying all the artwork I have done over the years of my life. I consider this my own private on-line art gallery.
    The web site is over 140 pages, with 4 different sections.

    I have an area in the Digital Art section of my web site devoted to paintings I have created using the Art Rage program, versions 1,2,4, or 5.
    Below is a link to get you to the Art Rage section. The link goes there instead of the opening front page since if you have never been to this site you might get lost trying to find the Art Rage section since this web site has a lot of different pages. It does not take a lot of time to get used to the way I have set up the navigation through this entire web site yet if you do not have a lot of time this direct to Art Rage section will help with limited time.
    If you take time to view and look over the web pages there, I would like an opinion as to what you think of this Art Rage area of the web site. This area might be helping to promote the Art Rage program and get people interested in trying it out (free advertising for Ambient Design)?

    My web site is entirely created by hand coding (html, css, java script, and a few gif animations) all images in the digital and mixed media areas created with different graphic arts programs. The Traditional Media Artwork section has photographed images of paintings done years ago in natural media oil and acrylic paints, and other media. The backgrounds for every page were also created from scratch using digital images I created instead of cut and paste from web hosting services that provide templates to use and/or stock photos and artwork. Some of the backgrounds were created with Art Rage.

    if you look around the entire web site out of interest the front page has three sections: Traditional Media Artwork, Digital Computer Artwork, and Mixed Media Artwork (Ideas started from natural traditional media and later continuations with digital through editing from photos of the artwork). The images in these three sections have no pornographic imagery or nudity, you can get to the Art Rage section from there. There is an adult section you can enter through by clicking on a thumbnail type avatar image in the top right corner labelled adults only section XXX. Be fore warned there is some heavy duty comical and nasty stuff in the adults only XXX section, along with some colorful digital attractive nude paintings (some of these also created with Art Rage). If this type of stuff is something you prefer not to view, then do not enter that section of the web site. I have deliberately segregated this section for anyone that does not like this type of imagery.

    Get to the Art Rage section using this link:
    http://www.stephenlopiano.com/3A1%20...rt%20Rage.html
    Last edited by Stephen Lo Piano; 04-24-2019 at 09:28 AM.
    The very first digital art program that I worked with Art Rage 1

    You may visit my personally designed website at: www.stephenlopiano.com
    There is one section full of pages there under the Digital Artwork category that is devoted entirely to paintings I have created with Art Rage.

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