On Exhibit: BeBop, Sea Life, Tree Spirits 2,4,5 - DigitalArtsCalifornia - Best of the Best exhibit
Description: Abstract Digital Painting
Posted by jimcurran on March 02, 2013
Thank you for your kinds words and all the stars Peter.
Posted by retepk on March 01, 2013
Posted by karenvm on February 16, 2013
I see the tangled web of problems in this piece - great title and beautiful work!
Posted by jimcurran on February 17, 2013
Thank you Karen. I used to put one piece at a time in my cube at Fidelity. This was present the day my whole group was laid off. Hmmm.........
Posted by jimcurran on January 26, 2013
Thank you for all the stars!
Hi Luis - The spiderweb is made from two copies of a pattern created in Apophysis, which is a free software program (for Microsoft Windows) you can download from the Sourceforge website. The program generates 100 patterns at a time. When you want to use a pattern, render it in Apophysis and export it as a JPEG (I use ImageConverter for this) for further work. I build my images in CorelDraw. I can see from your BlueCanvas pages that you love pattern so Apophysis might be worth exploring. The interface is a pain but I can help you set it up.
Posted by anjesen on January 25, 2013
Marvelous work, Jim. Did you use Chaoscope for the spider web, or are those only brushstrokes? I love how the long parts seem like mantis forelimbs. The color and the contrast are very nice.
Posted by twowingsstudio on January 22, 2013
Interesting sense of depth in this one. Some lines appear to recede, others project. The lighter brown masses behind the darker ones seem distant. Also, thanks for the star!
Posted by jimcurran on August 29, 2012
Thank you for your kind words and the stars Jeanne
Posted by prussian2 on August 29, 2012
Your eye for noticing the world up close, out of contest serves you well in your dynamic, but graceful compositions. This is my favorite.
Posted by karibhaley on June 18, 2012
Posted by jbogonromanowski on May 22, 2012
S p l e n d i d p i e c e .
Posted by jimcurran on May 09, 2012
Spider web, barbed wire, 3D foot tangler - Problems. Thank you for your kind words and for the stars.
Posted by ryaking on May 08, 2012
by the way, you create beautiful works!
Posted by jimcurran on May 08, 2012
Thank you for your kind words
Posted by mmmstyle on May 08, 2012
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