orlando octagon, octagon

this is a very interesting image. I created a decagon from the original image, a long exposure shot in orlando. but it was one of the first i ever did, and it didn’t work out (it didn’t meet at that final stage).

I tried my best to regrab the orginal wedge from the original photo, but i just couldn’t get it right.


so i took a wedge from the almost completed octagon. and then i made that into an octagon. really busy, and super neat.


trio of roses

this is a scan of three roses… yellow, red and white (hiding, ghost-like in the background).

and this is a tetradecagon. 14 sides. whew.

raspberries, in mandala form

from some older scans of raspberries. i think this is one where i just smooshed it into the scanner bed.

and i made it into a dodecagon (12 sided polygon).

i think it’s super hot and juicy. and almost a little sexy. yea.

i’m published!

on more than just wordpress and facebook.

check it out for an interview with me (and my creativity…) and a cool photo, made just for Peggie.



coming soon- Artomatic 2012!

purple flower

this little purple flower (not the same as small pink flowers) also grew in my yard.

and i actually had some intention when making this mandala… i was trying to make it look like a flower. what do you think?

small pink flowers, take two

from an original scan- those cute purple/pink flowers from my yard. (see small pink flowers).

amazing how using a different piece from a scan can make a completely different image.

red tulip petals

also from a scanned image- one red tulip petal.

you can even see the water droplets… scanning is amazing.