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Which of the following best describes the Paintbox era?

1. An era in which most of the computer art work centered around computer programming.

2. An era in which artists created works using paint software such as Photoshop, without actually programming.

3. An era of interactive technology where 3-D computer graphics were used to create a virtual environment.


Answer: 2

The Paintbox Era was the period of digital arts — between 1986 and 1996 — when computer programming was no longer the big deal. This era ushered in new paint technology which included Photoshop. It was also during this period that the first computer scanners were developed. Therefore the second option best describes the paintbox era.

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