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Studies in (posterised) dots I and II
So what I mean is create your abstract and then apply a comic/Posterized look. I have to admit that a couple of mine weren’t particularly abstract.Your nose is always welcome, John. Also your thoughts & opinions on things artistic.
I must admit, I’ve never quite nailed down an understanding of your definition of ‘abstract’. Or how you decide what is and what isn’t. With posterising, is it ‘not abstract’ because the image is just a bit simplified? The lines /details smoothed out? (Is that what you mean by ‘just another edit for a straight image’?)
ImageArt Ann your thoughts?
This is perfect.View attachment 145285
I don’t get the comic/posterised arm of abstracting. I’m learning something here from seeing what seems to work and what doesn’t, but I’m a bit lost when it comes to choosing images that will work well with this kind of processing. But hey, I’m willing to make myself look silly in the name of art So this one is the late beloved Miss Missy, companion to our RoseCat. If anyone can remember the name of the app I’d be most appreciative. I like what it does, but it has a very limited repertoire.
Yes, me too.
Percolator and clip2comic is an interesting effect. I’ve tried layering percolate-ed images to soften the circles, but never to make them more sharp and . . . posterised
Yes, she relit the fire.Percolator and clip2comic is an interesting effect. I’ve tried layering percolate-ed images to soften the circles, but never to make them more sharp and . . . posterised
I knew Ann’s theme would be right up your alley, Gouvy
Yup, me too!