Next up are a few based less on curves and more on distorted and broken rectangles.
Similar basic shape as the last posts, but with more colors.
Here are a few more variations, without comment.
Whoa! Too many colors.
Here I used bold primary colors to illustrate what I mean. The colors closely follow the shapes. The effect is better when it is subtle. Compare with the previous image, Experiment 2023.2 #3, and others in this series.
I started out with a vague plan. The main point was to be organized. I would list things to try, try those things, record and document the results. Then I would further pursue the ideas I liked best.
As usual, I am easily distracted and often head down the proverbial rabbit hole. So instead of a pseudo-scientific organized study of variant ideas, the result is a collection of distractions.
I do not have time to start over while this blog remains idle. So I will try to impose some organization while posting what I have.
It has been a week since my last post. I need to get started again.
The story so far: In Monochrome Minimalism I explored simple white on black shapes. In Monochrome Minimalism #2 I listed some ideas about how to enhance the monochrome shapes. Then in Experiement 2023.1 I explored a few of those ideas.
In this Experiment 2023.2 series I continue with those experiments.