Saturday, June 11, 2011
No Illusions, Pulse of the Motherboard, In the Balance and Rising Green: New Digital Abstracts
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I absolutely love the second image: it reminds me of cells multiplying from the mother-cell and spreading themselves throughout Life! Gorgeous!
The fourth one is also fabulous: its decorative value is huge. I can see it in a minimalist modern room, embellishing a huge white wall. Divine!
You are getting better and better, darling (you are like Porto Wine: its improves with age) :D!
I, too, really love the 2nd image. Very striking. Nice combination of straight and curving lines. Kudos!ReplyDelete
wow. love the artwork, looks very coolReplyDelete
i love the last image - it really blew me away. FantasticReplyDelete
Beautiful work. It's difficult to say which I like more. I am partial to yellows and reds, but the one at the bottom is very creative and jumps right out at me. I hate to cop out, but I like them all. You have such great talent.I'm envious.
If I had these visions back in the 60's people would accuse me of being on you know what! Love your work!ReplyDelete
Artists never give away their toolbox secrets, but these images do make me terribly curious (OK, dragons are ALWAYS curious) as to what software you used to make these, definitely elaborate and intriguing. I love the colors in the first image (but I'm a nut for cobalt blue.) The most striking image to me is the last one, but again it is because I love 3D imagery, and this looks like a photo of some alien molten-glass flower-chandelier, falling into a zoom-blurroscope. Fun stuff!ReplyDelete
Eduard - Just Photoshop, layering and filters, etc.ReplyDelete
What do you think is the best software for constructing abstract or geometric shapes? (while we're on the subject) Any info will be much appreciated!
"Just photoshop", she says... (insert rolling eyes here) Wow, that's really intriguing detailed work. The best software for creating abstract geometries... well it depends on some things (type of computer you have, how geeky you want to get, etc...) I've sent you an e-mail to offer you more ideas off-line.ReplyDelete
Drakonis - I'm looking forward to exchanging some ideas! Thanks for chatting.ReplyDelete