Bigger or close up.
Less line density
And a Fractal
A quick digression today. I had this queued up with the Workshop group last month, but never got around to publishing it. So better late than never.
I combined the fuzzy line idea with a fractal. I am pleased with the result in the big and normally flat areas on the outside. However the inner “capture set” portion is too busy. The fine detail curlicues are masked by just noise.
There should be a way to gradually transition from the blended lines coloring on the outside to traditional escape-time fractal coloring on the inside. I will explore that at some unspecified future date.
Smaller features, or more distance viewpoint.
Similar to yesterday’s, with bigger features.
I have several of these with the similar colors and shapes with variations in feature size and density. As usual, I cannot decide which I like best so I am going to post several variants, with minimal comment.
I just finished posting 29 images that I created in December. Initially I saw these as a collection of odds and ends, experiments, with no overriding theme or story. But as I struggled to add words to the images, I started to discover connections, and potentially some stories. I was then, and still am, too lazy to provide a decent organization. So they will probably forever be “Workshop 202012”.
As I was preparing the previous set to publish, I was also discovering additional things to explore. So here is a new set, similar to the old set, with better categorization.
A five color variant.
Another one. Just because these are so fun.
Adding a third color. And a fourth if you look close enough.
Now the scribbles are wider translucent lines, in just two colors.