There are 84 images tagged with “blue”.
Light rays are one of those things that appear rarely in nature but frequently in art. But I guess in a sense that's what art is - a selective view of nature. And the rays do add some nice depth to a lot of scenes.
This image was made almost entirely in Paint Shop Pro, but I thought a subtle fractal background made the water more interesting.
November 14, 2015
“The blue rose means mystery. An appreciation for the enigmatic, the inexplicable is expressed by the blue rose. A tantalizing vision that cannot be totally pinned down, a mystery that cannot be fully unraveled is the blue rose. A person who receives the blue rose is the subject of much speculation and thought. A complex personality that does not allow easy interpretation is what the blue rose indicates.”
“Due to the absence in nature of blue roses they traditionally signify a mystery, or attaining the impossible, or never ending quest for the impossible. They are believed to be able to grant the owner youth or grant wishes..”
This was my first “professional” image created with Vue software. I had tried out the beginner versions of the software (with all the limitations such as size and watermarks that come with that type of software) and decided I wanted to invest in learning this program and making extensive use of it in my future artwork.
November 13, 2015
How did the bridge break? Is he responsible? Can it be repaired - or is there another way over? Does he even really want to get to the other side? Is the sun rising or setting on the other side? This piece lends itself to many interpretations - and raises many questions.
October 20, 2015
An attempt to illustrate Infinity. From atoms to galaxies (actually fractals, but they can pass for galaxies), plus some circles and rings. The fractals were made in Apophysis, the rest I made and put together in Paint Shop Pro.
September 15, 2015
This was the result of playing with golden spirals. And the dark greens and blues, plus a little hint of purple, look like something under deep waters.
September 14, 2015
This image was made in Terragen. The castle and moat had to be shaped out of the landscape since adding other objects wasn't an option. I thought it turned out pretty believable considering the limitations of the software.
September 8, 2015
I was playing around with fractals and textures and came up with this image. I thought it looked like a lost planet against the backdrop of a galaxy or nebula. Or maybe like one of those Magic Eye pictures with the sphere standing out from the background pattern.
September 8, 2015
“It glittered like polished gold overlaid with silver light, and a white stone in it twinkled as if the Even-star had come down to rest upon her hand.”
- The Lord of the Rings, Book II, Chapter 7
This is my stylized version of Nenya, the ring of water, one of the three Elvin-rings. The background is an Apophysis fractal, the rest was drawn in Paint Shop Pro.
August 4, 2015
It's easy to see the repeating fractal pattern in this design. However close you look you'll still see the same swirls getting smaller and branching off each other, like a whole tribe of Oriental dragons, or a huge super-storm containing countless smaller storms. That makes this a pretty versatile design for lots of different screen sizes or print contexts.
August 4, 2015