Oops, Sorry! I forgot to stick the link to IMAO in earlier this week. Here it is now! (Sigh, better late than never, I guess.)
IMAO Link of the Day: Bubbling Like a Vigorously Fermenting Gallon of Watermelon Wine on Top of the Fridge.
|Swirly In The Sky With Bacon. 9/8/14|
So, I think it turned out pretty good, and since Anonymiss inspired it, here's a Musey for Anonymiss!
|A Musey for Anonymiss!|
Now here's the June 2012 collection!
Here's something else that looked fizzy to me. It's a 4-point semi-random fractile with nodes of infinite confluence (and a lot of pretty colors).
|First Thursday Hypercube. 6/9/12|
I've shown this one before as part of my Hypercube collection. I could also describe is as a semi-random, semi-weaved, semi-linked structure, but it has six equal length sides, so it's a Hypercube!
|Brown Tapestry With Random Nodes of Confluence.|
I think I showed this one before too. As I recall, I started with a dark brown around the edges and worked my way to the center. This one is also another experiment with infinite confluence. Well, the "infinite" is sort of implied, you know.
|Half a Bubble Off Plumb Dream Catcher. 6/15/12|
The Dream Catcher is mostly symmetrical, but if you look closely at the rectangle I drew around it, you'll discover what I didn't notice until I drew the rectangle. I'd missed the center of the page by about a third of an inch. I measured the edges of the rectangle from the edges of the page, so the rectangle is square and true, but the Dreamcatcher is off kilter by just a hair. If anyone asks, I meant to do that, OK? I drew it on a piece of blue construction paper, because I was out of drawing paper that day. But it's all good, I guess.
|20 Color Alpha-chromatic, Top Down 3 Point Cascade, With Random Nodes of Confluence. 6/19/12|
The title of this one really says it all.
|Closed and Open 3-Point Progression. 6/28/12|
I bought a package of parchment patterned cardstock in various shades of grey at this time, and used them as the background of nearly every picture I drew for the next couple of months. The difference between Closed and Open as regards a 3-point color progression is hard to describe, but Closed makes the result seem more solid, and Open makes it seem a bit more sparkly. Then there's the Crazy Open 3-point progression, which shouldn't be attempted by amateurs. But hey, I'm a professional so it's OK. Of course, at this point, I hadn't even invented the Crazy Open 3-point progression yet. I was about to become obsessed with spirals in July. This one has a early stage spiral at the center, and that caught my attention as I considered all the possibilities ... Ah, good times!
Here's 2 more picture pages, in two different styles. Enjoy!
|Black and White Test 19|
|Black and White Test 20|
And now, Kevin learns the importance of knowing where the stairs and elevators are, in a running-away-from scenario.
|Out of the Frying Pan, and Back Into the Frying Pan. Doh!|