LuxDraw by Norbyte


Couple of months back I bought the app LuxDraw from Norbyte. It offered to let me draw overall patterns. I’m a sucker for that so I downloaded it. Free plus $3.99 for the pro upgrade.


Due to some infelicitous interaction with my Mac I can’t see what I’m drawing. Just a black screen with four square dots. You have to change screens to see what you’ve scribbled blindly.


The developer says he’ll fix it “soonish”. I don’t know this developer so I’ve no idea how “ish” he’ll be.


Meantime I’m scribbling and playing with ways to incorporate scribbles in art. My goal keeps being to mix oil and water so here are a few examples.


01 A pattern from scribbles and something mine with a yellow background.


02,03 Differing the ratio of scribble to onlay. (onlay: kristopher-allison-6x90rJDo-WA-unsplash .jpg).


04,05 Testing luminosities as a scribble background. (black silhouette: marco-mons-1N5-_cAAclw-unsplash.jpg).


Both photos courtesy

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Inward with the Droste Spiral

Playground Layered Shapes

Using Photoshop Paintbucket Tool and Patterns
to Make Abstractions from Photos

LuxDraw by Norbyte

Including a Motif

Blue Light

The App Girih

Tile Photos FX, puzzle-cut mode

The App Scale: Beautiful Fractals

Torso Incognito

3-D Materials

Photoshop Grids

Cutting Up Art with the App Tiles FX

Motion 03: More Complex

Motion 02: Stacked Math Movies

Motion 01: Visual Math and Video Dance

Interference Effects

Years of Tries at 3D Effects

Squiggles with Patterns

3d Models as Paint Brushes, Plus Glazes

3 Images from 1 Source



Compound Eye from ImageTricks







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