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Thread: Tilt & Shift

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    Tilt & Shift

    a study of texture and geometry... no meaning other than shape and colors that I hope you find interesting to look at. view as large as you can as there is a lot going on in this.
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    Wonderful colours and shapes, Gary. One might think they were in an airplane looking down on the land below

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    My imagination could go crazy on this one Gary! Already came up with a couple of impressions...But keeping them to myself friend!
    Jean's was good, I can see it...
    Neat....Take care!
    Steve

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    Creative color combinations

    The textures and patterns are certainly fascinating. I also get a feel for a glass high rise buiding with windows and sun patterns.

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    What an artful tiling! I love it!
    Panta rei (everything flows)!

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    thanks all for your artful and nice commentary on this. Usually I work from a central idea, or feeling, but this was more a process piece, which I also do from time to time ( usually based on some hard edged geometry ) it was fun and I learned some new things along the way, which is the nice thing about not trying to earn a living from art... again thank you all.

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    Sorry Dear Gary but I do see things in it , of course l watched it at full res with my high contrast ratio plasma TV and I have to say it's sublime, the cool 3D effect enhances the impression of peeking at the galaxies and universe through those geometric forms (at least is what my brain sees ). Outstanding result. Truly epic
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    That's what art's about, isn't it -- at some point it's about the relationship between the art and the viewer, sort of like speed dating. (D Akey)

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    Quote Originally Posted by AndreaMG View Post
    Sorry Dear Gary but I do see things in it , of course l watched it at full res with my high contrast ratio plasma TV and I have to say it's sublime, the cool 3D effect enhances the impression of peeking at the galaxies and universe through those geometric forms (at least is what my brain sees ). Outstanding result. Truly epic
    very cool AndreaMG.. that was an effect that I was kinda working on for sure.... I originally was going to name this "Fabric of Time" but veered left at the last moment and just called it Tilt and Shift after a kind of camera lens and added the disclaimer about content.... . but you found me out...

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    Nice dimensional effect again. . . for a BORG!!!!

    Look, so you've been assimilated. Big whoop. It all gives me hives.

    Very trippy image. I feel like I'm on acid, pushed aside my salad which there's no way I could even consider eating, and am tripping out on the funky purple and brown lattice. Now pipe down and eat your micro greens, California boy!

    This is a remarkable image. Not just cause it's uncommon, but it's really intriguing just how to navigate it. I feel sort of Matrixy all of a sudden.

    Postcards from within the puzzle box. . .
    "Not a bit is wasted and the best is yet to come. . ." -- remembered from a dream

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