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Work 00090 line art black and white, narmth color scheme, and animated variants

Work 00090 line art black and white, narmth color scheme, and animated variants published on No Comments on Work 00090 line art black and white, narmth color scheme, and animated variants

"Narmth" is an invented adjective.

See http://s.earthbound.io/4q for archive, print and use options. ~ Doodled, scanned, fixed up and vectorized by yours truly. A hoity-toity robot talks about this at http://s.earthbound.io/artgib
Work 00090 variant 2 random color fills from color scheme narmth

This first is vector art (an svg), which you may save and reuse. You may reuse these works freely under Creative Commons Attribution 4. I'd appreciate credit in reuse.

Work 00099 abstraction (cyan, blue, orange, red)

Work 00099 abstraction (cyan, blue, orange, red) published on No Comments on Work 00099 abstraction (cyan, blue, orange, red)
See http://s.earthbound.io/2y for original, print and usage ~ The swirling strokes in this were achieved with the liquid ink bristlecone preset in Corel Painter 2016 ~ A hoity-toity robot talks about this at http://s.earthbound.io/artgib
Work 00099 abstraction (cyan, blue, orange, red)

The swirling strokes in this were achieved with the liquid ink pine preset in Corel Painter 2016. Tap or click image for ~2K resolution, free for personal use. Here's a link to prints and merchandise available at pixels.com, and another link to prints available at ImageKind at up to ~ 35" x 56".

The following variant and resource images which I made along the way, I release into the Public Domain:

Variant via the Filter Forge "side to side" filter by Skybase:

An alpha resource via the Filter Forge Terrain Hightfield Generator by LigH; I used this (and variants of it) as a transparency channel in filter layers to make uneven interesting application of filters:

Work 00061 abstraction in four variants

Work 00061 abstraction in four variants published on No Comments on Work 00061 abstraction in four variants

If, when I am creating a digital work, I come across e.g. compelling color variations in the process, I save them as variants and sometimes work the variants up further. That's the case here.