I have been playing around with digital art for many years, just experimenting really, so I would not consider myself an expert by any means. I just enjoy trying different things out to see what works and does not. I have been using Photoshop since it was a dos program that fit on a single floppy dish, a long time ago it seems.
Here is a watercolor I did in Painter Essentials using the Dry Brush watercolor preset since I like digital watercolors. The Church of the Ascension was built in 1532 by the Moscow Grand Prince Vasili 3 in order to commemorate at the birth of his son and successor to the throne, Ivan, who later on became Ivan the Terrible.
I like how this came out, maybe it is nothing really since I am always in awe of some of the work I see of various digital artists. I wrote an article for PhotographyBB next month about 4 Russian digital artists whose work I really admire, but digital art is something I enjoy and like trying out new things. Feel free to let me have it or any suggestions, after all that is why i posted my work here.