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I created a tartan pattern that incorporated 4 colors. By using these 4 colors, I choose them by their interaction with each color. The viewer would see the middle of the piece first but branch out to cover the entire piece. Instead of having 4 colors I ended up having more due to the overlapping of colors that complimented one another.
If I were to create a Tartan Pattern, what would it be?
I got interesting colors that complimented one another, none of the shapes became lost in the piece itself. The art piece became one and is eye catchy to the viewer.
Using photoshop to create a pattern that can move on the image by using colors.
Testing the colors I could get on a black background. By creating a pattern that can challenge the viewer. There is no exact pattern to the design itself but it does look like a pattern at the same time. Using the same color scheme but using direction to push the pattern out by separating the color scheme.
I got a pattern that isn't getting lost into the background but a piece that is balanced.
Creating a digital college--topic--Horses. A digital collage that is magical, full of color and floats on the surface.
I decided to use horses running, that way it has a floating imagery. Using colors to make each horse stand on its own, giving it an individual identity. A digital collage that has no location and only letting the viewer think and imagine about the image itself. The art piece is left to having viewers giving it it's own meaning. Allowing interpretations to be made only by the viewers.
The clients and fellow artists thought it was a wonderful piece. Interesting, colorful and exquisite.