Modular Summation  

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Uploaded: 08/26/09 1:11 AM GMT
Modular Summation
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Another one created with the use of this tutorial and additional tweaking of the transforms; Ngon Tutorial by =f--l--A--r--k .

Comments and critiques are most welcome. Thanks for looking!

Apophysis & Photofiltre


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08/26/09 1:16 AM GMT
Super groovy Lori. I can't understand tuts so I don't even try. ROFL
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Always remember - Follow the Yellow Brick Road, it will lead you to OZ and the Emerald City. A very nice place to live. Trust me on this one, I live there. The Lion **** MY CAEDES GALLERY****Another Site I'm AT - MY DA HOME PAGE
08/26/09 1:27 AM GMT
Lori, You never cease to amaze me with your wonderful work. Faved. ♪ ♫ :)sandi♪ =^..^=
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Nature in all her glory is my uplift on life and so is my love of photography. sandi ♪ ♫
08/26/09 1:41 AM GMT
I don't now how you do it Lori... you just keep getting better. Your last one, "Dreaming of Vincent," was directly out of the mind of Vincent Van Gogh. Now, with this one, you've tapped into the cerebellum of M.C. Escher. I am immediately making it a favorite and placing a copy in my desktop pictures file. I'm either looking down through a grate in a transparent crystalline floor, or up into the tower of some fabulous structure floating in the clouds, or I'm seeing the same image through a strictly regimented and multi-dimensional kaleidoscope, with evenly spaced squares instead of prisms. Even the far dark areas appear as a soft white material, adjusted only by your completely believable three-dimensional shadows. It reminds me of the pure white marble that Michelangleo Buonarotti's Pieta is carved from. Tonal variations of black and white is all you have here and yet it is one of the most variegated and detailed pieces I've seen in Caedes. If I was to give it a subtitle it might be "Ascension," as in ascending a tower in heaven from the inside. Fantastic. A 10, no doubt at all.

My wife just came in the room and saw it on my screen and said, "Wow! That takes right to Hal, to '2001: A Space Odyssey'! Wow!" I think she likes it.

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08/26/09 1:43 AM GMT
I llove the colors in this and it makes a perfect
DT because the left side is cleared for icons. What a great angular design.
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“Life is precious; therefore, do not waste it by doing things mechanically without love. We should try to put love into everything we do.” - Amma
08/26/09 2:30 AM GMT
So cool and beautiful Lori! Fantastic work! I think I'll have to check that tutorial out. Lately I think I need some kind of help!
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Love and live.
08/26/09 2:50 AM GMT
Wow ... love the 3D shapes as well as the colors. For some reason I feel as if I'm looking down a spiral staircase or looking up at a domed ceiling. Either way, it's an excellent creation. Nice work Lori.
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This is it! ... MJ
08/26/09 3:18 AM GMT
WOW Lori. This is so dang cool I'm gonna shout!!! I just want to place my fingers in each divot and give it a turn and open this up and investigate the contents. There are contents aren't there??? One of the the coolest designs you've made:):)
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08/26/09 5:43 AM GMT
Very cool choice of colors and a very classy presentation.
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08/26/09 6:49 AM GMT
Somehow this reminds me of looking down a deep stairwell and seeing the flights of stairs and the floor patterns. I like the muted tones of this creation. Verena
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Let us not be content to wait and see what will happen, but give us the determination to make the right things happen.
08/26/09 9:22 AM GMT
One of your best I think!!!Love this color choice and the design really kicks!
A keeper
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08/26/09 9:50 AM GMT
Hey, that's COOL!! Luv the mono-tone coloring and the 3D blocky feel about it!!
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Why do the pictures come out square when the lens is round??
08/26/09 12:23 AM GMT
Nice view! very cool!! Great creation Lori.
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08/26/09 1:01 PM GMT
Great job here Lori! Has a fresh feel about it. Very enjoyable!

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“Won't you come into the garden? I would like my roses to see you” - Richard Brinsley Sheridan
08/26/09 7:10 PM GMT
Has a lovely look to it that makes me think of an old ivory scrimshaw piece, Lori. This is very cool!
Oh, and your gradient choice is perfection!
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Great spirits have always encountered violent opposition from mediocre minds.
08/26/09 8:26 PM GMT
Wow Lori! Very Escher-esque. This must go on my desktop - thanks for posting this. Awesome work.
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08/28/09 6:07 AM GMT
Thanks Lori - great work!
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08/30/09 6:48 PM GMT
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09/04/09 12:48 AM GMT
very nice indeed, and it fits my screen perfectly! great work!
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09/05/09 7:05 PM GMT
What they said....Great minimal feel with the post work and neat o/c placement as well. Beautiful image Lori.

Ian :)
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Save the Cheerleader......Save the World! Ians gallery
08/03/10 6:27 PM GMT
Superb artistry! Love the monochrome color choice with this image. Wen
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