4 Old Abstracts (4) by anahata.c ()
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A variation on the last one.
Also huge (please zoom and scroll!)
All painted in Photoshop.
Hope you enjoyed! I have no new work, so I rummaged through my old stuff...
Thanks for viewing, it's always appreciated!
Image Comments (18)
helanker () 4:08AM | Sun, 30 October 2016
This gave me a different impression. I am in the space now, passing all these floating creatures, before I reach the atmosphere in the distance. I so love these wonderful colors and and the light you created here. :)
durleybeachbum () 5:01AM | Sun, 30 October 2016
Completely enveloping in 2wice full size! But I prefer the green.
photosynthesis () 11:12AM | Sun, 30 October 2016
Colorful, shiny scraps of metal "blowing in the wind" - this has a very dynamic, kinetic feel to it. Great to see you posting again, even if it is older work...
X-PaX () 12:48PM | Sun, 30 October 2016
Very nice work Mark.
It looks a little like a vein through which the blood flows.
auntietk () 1:34PM | Sun, 30 October 2016
This version has a great deal of vibrant energy, where the green one was calm and soothing. Both marvelous, but quite different! Wonderful comparison!
goodoleboy () 6:50PM | Sun, 30 October 2016
Everything above preceding my turn. What's with the Chicago Cubs?
eekdog () Online Now! 10:46AM | Mon, 31 October 2016
Very colorful work, Mark. You do these up supebly. Happy Halloween.
bmac62 () 12:26PM | Mon, 31 October 2016
Abstracts are great...so versatile...change the colors, change the orientation...and get something new...deja vu all over again:)
RodS () 8:10PM | Mon, 31 October 2016
Whee! Lots of cheerful colors in this variation! A lovely and fun abstract, Mark!
MrsRatbag () 9:57PM | Mon, 31 October 2016
This feels like sounds (is that possible?) Bird songs, like red-winged blackbirds in spring, trills of melody in surprising pieces. Beautiful!
wysiwig () 11:29PM | Mon, 31 October 2016
One word - Kinetic. The background could easily seen as motion blur with dancing figures in the foreground. I agree with Tara, lots of vibrant energy.