Layered Shapes

I’ve started working with another meaning-bearing aspect of image-joinery, the silhouette. Even with plain metal cookie cutters you can tell an Abraham Lincoln from a moose. We read outlines.
What’s inside the man-or-moose can be as lifelike as one a fine painter would render. Or you can fill it with plaid. Your moose may in place of realistic choppers have something more like Bullwinkle’s. Lincoln, too: buckteeth.
What fills the silhouette changes the meaning without bending a bit of metal. They’re like nouns and verbs — shapes and fills can’t replace each other. You there with the eyeballs, have the means to understand.

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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







AutoType Writing