Archive for the 'Photoshop' Category

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How about a gimmie?

What the heck...Today I started messing around in Photoshop and this is what i came up with. The work makes use of cool tones to calm the chaotic scene. I enjoyed stretching the piece into strange new forms just to see what could happen. There is a figure hidden within the image as well. This work was created March 8, 2005. Click though to see a larger version of the work.
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An evil spin…

An evil spinThis Photoshop project was created using an interesting pattern I made using a doodle and a photo. The ensuing creation lent itself to a weird tree like shape. When repeated, it became an evil spin that I cropped into this successful abstract work. I am in the process of creating a couple of computer desktop wallpapers based on this design that i hope to put up in the future. This work was created February 18, 2005. Click though to see a larger version of the work.
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Islands of solitude

Islands of solitudeThe work is an experiemental photoshop abstract that I found while sifting through the remains of my old laptop. I don’t really know what I was thinking when I created it, but the work seems to show a broken scene in black and white with shards of color strewn about the piece. The image centers on what appears to be a map of a lost isle that has a rocky shore and many snowy peaks. Feel free to comment on what you think the image shows. This work was created February 19, 2004. Click though to see a larger version of the work.
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Cell phone test

cell phone download test, second semester, final project, image gallery 4My second phone was a Samsung n400. Though it really sucked and the screen eventually broke in my pocket, I was able to do some cool things with it. The phone was one of the first that used the Sprint pcs vision service where you can connect to the internet on the phone and download stuff. After researching the topic I discovered you could create your own downloadable files for the phone. So i made this small photoshop project as a wall paper for the phone. I had to size it down to fit and create a small text file called a gcd file so the phone would know how to download the file. This work was created October 21, 2002. Click though to see a larger version of the work and for more information.
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Pyramids in green

Digital Media, second semester, final project, image gallery 4This work was part of the same project in which the Painterly image project, the Grainy image project, and the Colored glass image project were included. The work appears as a collages of geometric shapes that seem to direct the viewer in various directions. The green hues of the piece help to tone down the active franticness of the subject. This is yet another example of a way to create interestingly simple art in reletively little time via Photoshop. This work was created March 13, 2001. Click though to see a larger version of the work.
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Tu B’Shevat

Strange TreesThis evening begins the Jewish holiday of Tu B’Shevat, the new year of the trees. In honor of this day, I created a new abstract art work within Photoshop that shows the colorfulness of the holiday. I hope to create more works in the future that also deal directly with the Jewish holidays, like my Rosh HaShanah card. This work was created January 24, 2005. Click though to see a larger version of the work.
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Abstract development process

Abstract processToday I decided to create a Photoshop project in a way that would allow you so see my abstract development process. At each step I added a new layer on top of the last and created an image of each step which you can few in series on the larger version page. I wanted to display the creative process here so you could participate in my art creation. I hope you enjoy this as I may repeat the process in the future. This work was created January 20, 2005. Click though to see a larger version of the work.
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