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Thread: Blumen Planet

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    Blumen Planet

    I would like to bring something different
    but for instance I can't go out of my fractal compositions,
    until a certain point ArtRage is excellent for me in doing them.
    This is what I did today and I am not sure about the colors,
    how it will come printed on paper ?
    What do you think about ?

    This is the darker variant :
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    Blumen Planet (light)

    And this is the lighter version,
    which I prefer but I am not sure that it will not
    appear to fade colors at the end.
    At the first glace, what you prefer the most ?
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    "All are about quiet and light." Dany
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    These are beautiful Dany. I prefer the second one most. In my opinion, there is more definition and it is calming.

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    Wonderful Dany51, i prefer the stronger colour of the first one, but that's just personal preference.
    With printing you may lose some of the vividness of the bright magenta pinks on the left side of the first one. Also Blue tends to slide toward purple blues in the cmyk gamut.
    You can get a bit of an idea of how the colours will shift if you have GIMP or photoshop by making a copy and changing it to cmyk (this will only be an indication as you're still looking at it on an RGB monitor).
    If you're concerned the best way to go is to have a small version printed out first before committing to a larger one, that way you can get a good idea of whether you are happy with the colour without spending for a larger print. You then have the option to adjust colour based on the small proof before having a more expensive larger one done.
    "I paint because I love to cut mats" (Arthur Alexander)

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    Thank you Alexandra .

    Thank you Juz for the details and advise, I don't have any time now
    but I would like to have some medium size prints on canvas
    and rework on them with oils or acrylics, perhaps not necessary this one
    but one of my fractal compositions.
    You have right about Gimp or Photoshop, anyway Painter is also good no ?
    "All are about quiet and light." Dany
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    Dany51,
    Fluid energy, what I might imagine it would appear like if having a front
    row seat to watch an energized atom preform it's nuclear dance. Very
    striking in color, movement and free form.
    Mairzie Dotes

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    My preference is for the second version but both are very good Dany.............


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    Dany51,
    Fluid energy, what I might imagine it would appear like if having a front
    row seat to watch an energized atom preform it's nuclear dance. Very
    striking in color, movement and free form.
    Mairzie, you give an excellent description, the microcosm and macrocosm are
    in harmony , we can see both in a abstract stylization.
    Thanks for your very pertinent comments .
    "All are about quiet and light." Dany
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    Thank you Peter, your comments are appreciated !
    "All are about quiet and light." Dany
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    A visual masterpiece which looks also like a gastronomical composition artpiece!
    Panta rei (everything flows)!

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