Wednesday, March 12, 2014

NatureFootsteps - Abstract


Primeval 


I am still drawing from abstracts that I completed a while back so I can't tell you the entire process that I used for either of these or what the original picture is.  I can tell you, that I have used the distortion filter (Polar Coordinates, Shear, and twirl) On the top one I used distortion/liquify.  I used Pixil Dust Textures on both.  I will, in the future, try to make notes that I will share with you so you can follow my process.  Meanwhile, I hope you can enjoy ...

14 comments:

  1. The first one looks like melting lava. I like it.
    Have a nice evening :)
    Mormor

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  2. Primeval, rich and fertile. Love them.

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  3. Oooh! I love these. The swirls and whirls are really appealing, and the colours are beautiful.

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  4. "Mind Boggling" come to mind when I look at this work! I love both but the second is my favourite, as you would expect:)

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  5. Both are dynamic and eye catching♪ http://lauriekazmierczak.com/familiar-winter-sighting/

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  6. Very beautiful and interesting to follow the process!

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  7. These are quite interesting, especially the first one. I love the colors. Your sparrows are just darling. I haven't seen any yet here in Florida. As for Winter, your photos have captured it's beauty really well. We are still having problems with the internet, but will pop in when I can. You have a wonderful day. Licks to Izzi from Pogo. Hugs, Edna B.

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  8. Well, I like the colours on the first one. I think it is great that you are enjoying doing these, and sharing them.

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  9. I love that first one. Really looks a lot like molten lava. So cool :)

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  10. love these...and thanks for the info on the processes you use

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  11. These are cool! I really like the colors in the first one. So vibrant. - I forgot work on something for this week. Maybe next, I'll leave myself a reminder note.

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  12. the first one is my favourite. Like the wavy forms and the colors and the applyed texture. :)

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