This abstract photography-based digital artwork, combines two of my artistic passions – 3D animation and photography. The base color scheme is from a photograph of an old worn out table that had several coats of mismatched paint on it in addition to several glued-on pieces of newsprint and other paper. Then the color information from that image was used to drive the size, color, and 3D spatial location of each rectangular object.
The resulting 3D rendered image was then finished in Photoshop with many color tweaks, contrast adjustments and some other “magical” things.
The image is best viewed on a large desktop monitor and is intended to be printed very large.
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Abstract 5, Milwaukee, Wisconsin. April 17, 2017.