Here’s another piece I’ve been working on. I don’t feel that it’s complete yet and it needs some refining, so I’ll keep working on it or come back to it at a later date. I like letting these pieces sit for a while and then, later, I can view them with “fresh” eyes.
This is supposed to be a minimal work, a challenge from the Photoshop Artistry group to use only one of my images of a household item (the broom, obviously) and another image to establish context. The challenge also specifies that we are to use certain textures, frames and vignettes, which I haven’t added yet. I’ll get to it eventually. But, this is it for now. Entitled “Clean Sweep.”
This is my latest piece of digital art. I haven’t given a whole lot of thought to what title I might give it, but for now I’m calling it “Desert Interlude.”
This started as a browsing trip through some of my photographs. The city is one of my photos of Meknes, Morocco, where I taught for a year back in 2005-2006. I added a desert scene from Pixabay, threw in a shot of the moon that I had taken, added some birds across the face of the moon with a “bird brush”, some texture to lighten things up a bit, a color lookup table and a few other odds and ends. In my next post, I’ll show you how I did it. As always, right click to enlarge the photo.