The evolution of the tools we now use in digital art, is a fascinating story. Isn’t it? We’ve gone from the tedious process of sourcing, crushing, grinding, and mixing paint pigments by hand, to a digital brush capable of issuing endless amounts of “paint” from its tip with just a flick of the wrist. Over the past several thousand years, we’ve gone from depicting the wonders of our world on the walls of caves or carved stone, to now depicting our experiences on virtual canvases that can be beamed instantaneously to the other side of the world, on waves of light. To say we’ve come far would be a gross understatement.