Transition Contours


I can imagine printing these three and sticking them to a heavy paper and giving the lot a thick cover of gloss.

What do you think?

Later: I am doing just that today, Friday, 21 March, 2008 harder than I thought, the buckling, as you might have guessed. Canvas on canvas? I have printed on canvas using my Epson R2400 but it is blurry, I need to get the profile right, how do I do that?

Maybe get as roll of wall paper? Paper on paper?

Paint? More from the workshop…

Larger Image.

Here is another cross. This one is a hybrid. The back-ground is paint and the verticals are digital. There is no original either, the base image was from a shot I took of part of the canvas, resized from landscape to square, beefed up the image in post-production. I think it will make a good print.

I still have the 600×600 mm original acrylic but it got tortured out of recognition! A lot of agony & ecstasy.
This one shows a some of what I learned over the three days. Layers. Removing paint in a variety of ways. I will keep going with this. More hybrids, and perhaps the other way around too! I could print the vertical on the texture.

My goal is to make a set of physical ones.


Some more from the workshop soon, I still have the photos to take.

Later: Saturday, 5 July, 2008

This image is now featured in the Gallery

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