Fluid by Homus_Artistic ()
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Some images come easier than others...
As I am working on a difficult idea, I played a little and came out with this stress relief image.
I used simple photoshop techniques to combine a layer with a fractal (UF5) and a colored layer.
Then I used a third party filter similar to liquify to distort the image a little.
Hope you like it.
Thanks for visiting and for your comments. They are always appreciated
Image Comments (25)
bpclarke () 9:23PM | Sun, 24 May 2009
This really turned out beautifully! I love all the textures and fluid lines in this wonderful design.
amota99517 () 11:25PM | Sun, 24 May 2009
This is so great! Love the colors and textural feeling that this has.
Aspirer () 6:39AM | Mon, 25 May 2009
Beautiful play of surfaces, colors and light! The full-sized view just invites the eye to wander along the rippled paths. Very nice1
M2A () 4:11AM | Tue, 26 May 2009
Movement works well and i like the quasi density in your design. Cool.
anahata.c () 5:20AM | Fri, 10 July 2009
thank you so much for stopping by my gallery a few times...I've barely caught up with half the people I've wanted to, but the few times I've seen your work I've been much impressed. This is a sweeping and very varied piece, from broad sweeps to highly detailed 'colonies', and you have the most fascinating scatter of orbs and organic forms all across sections. It's a very complex, organically 'littered' piece, with broad open sections to balance; and the highly intense activity in the bottom third transcends fractals into very organic thinking & conceiving. Wonderful what happens when one puts fractals into non-fractal filters: I do very little fractal work, and because of that, I filter it to make up for my total ineptness at it! (You're not inept at it! I'm only saying I am, lol...). So I know what it feels like to subject a fractal to filtering...You show mastery & sweep in this, and your largely dark background makes the greens & maroons, etc., stand out very nicely. Fine work, and a fav for sure. I'll be back for more, just have to catch up with my life a bit more! Thanks so much for your visits, they were much appreciated...mark.