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80’s Design Floral Paintings

I’ve really been getting into combining flower images with glitch filters. They seem to go hand in hand – something about the organic nature of the flower, fed into the hyper techno random filters of the Decim8 app – I always end up with something interesting.

I also started layering geometric patterns on top to increase the glitch potential, and in the process the end result has a fun 1980’s look to it.

Apps used: Brushstroke, Decim8, Stackables

For pattern generation: Graphic, Affinity Photo, and Adobe Capture.

Here’s another one. No glitches on this one –¬† just playing around with filters:

iPad Abstraction with Procreate

Abstraction image made with Procreate and iDraw iPad apps.
Abstraction image made with Procreate and iDraw iPad apps.
This was created using both the Procreate and the iDraw apps. I love painting in procreate; the range of brushes and the ability to blend things very easy makes it one those relaxing zen kind of activities. The only thing I ever found missing from the app is the ability to make hard-edged shapes. No surprise there, as it is a pixel based app. iDraw, on the other hand is vector based, so you can create whatever shape you want, copy it to the clipboard and import it as a layer in procreate. You then set the layer to “alpha,” which locks in all of your pixels, and the nice smooth lines are preserved.