Artists using computers are capable of creating images of captivating power and beauty. Transformed under computer control, television logos whirl in rainbows of color, basketball stars leap like comets. Electronic collage, animation, and image transformation blend with traditional form, color, and shading. Computer imaging is the integration of computer graphics systems into the creative process.
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