I think a digital painting can be more than pixels on a screen. It can be responsive, filling its rectangular container. It can respond to your touch or your mouse. I like to experiment with digital paintings-as-websites which are slightly interactive.
These projects should work reasonably well in most modern web browsers.
Type a painting.
Shtacks is a piece of net art that lets you type a painting. Your text is immediately saved in the URL so you can share your creation, or you can download the painting as an image file.
Guacamole Tips is a web painting about waking up in a strange room in a strange place. And some tips about making guacamole.
Little Overripe is a web painting of breathing, undulating, avocados.
Do you have a pool? is a web painting of an infinite Motel 6 in the summertime.
Foggy Mirror recreates the experience of a fogged bathroom mirror using your device’s front-facing camera. Draw with the mouse (or your finger on touch devices) to remove the fog.
Tapping or clicking the painting leaves a mark.