UNDISCOVERED WORLD Posted on December 26, 2013 by windhound Tagged art, colour, discovery, exploration, other worlds, pink, planets, plantlife, water biotope, yellow 6 Comments Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading... Related
How are these made? Aways so strangely interesting looking! I finally had to ask because this one looks like it has a photo embedded within it
Very simple photography using the medium of oil and water as a lens. Combine this with being in the right place at the right time, a weird imagination and a love of colour. Appreciate your curiosity and your own blog.
Cheers for the compliment lol, still new to the whole blog thing to be honest. I’ve never heard of using water+oil in photography like that before! Really cool stuff man, genuinely. Your posts pop up very regularly on my Reader, how often do you create these?
Every day for the past year and a half to answer your last question first. I’ve never seen this done before either, the idea evolved out of curiosity. I am now exploring the practicalities of transforming some of the images into photographic art with a life beyond the screen. As an artist I would call myself a sculptor who has moved from working in wax and casting in bronze to playing with light and colour in an unconventional way. The images have attracted a wonderfully wide variety of people to dragonshades including a lot of musicians and writers, some artists and photographers, gardeners and bird watchers! Please keep on with the music postings. I really like to listen to something different when editing my work.
Oh yeah, will do for sure! Just thought I’d take a break from writing for the holidays and I guess that included the blog too lol.
Even if I dont necessarily always comment on them, your images are always a nice break from text on my WordPress Reader! Your following sounds like quite the creative bunch lol.
I would love a group photo! Can you imagine meeting up with everyone!? As far as I can tell ages range from early teens to late 70’s with at least one factor in common ~ a willingness to explore their imagination. Being Scottish and psychic (very observant) I also pick up on positive resonance so thanks for those thoughts even if you don’t write them down.