• 3gradientbackground Blacksnow 40x60inches
  • 3gradientbackground Blacksnow Detail #1
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  • 3gradientbackground Blacksnow Detail Signature
  • 3gradientbackground Blacksnow Hanging

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What an odd title! The background is really combined from many more than three gradients. I keep making these things and store them for later use. My Backgrounds folder has 150 of these items in various sub folders and they can be used in isolation or in combination. I combine them with 3D renders from Cinema 4D in various blending modes to further the complexity and visual interest. In addition to them there are fine black lines hovering over portions of the composition. These are derived by tracing photographs of natural surface textures [tree bark, leaves, stone etcetera] in Illustrator and then using the edges of the reduced colour shapes as a black line pattern. The oddity in reflective chrome was one result of my playing with the structure of a Phillips venue light fitting… the heat sink pattern of extruded metal on its rear surface to be exact. This was drawn in Illustrator and styled in Photoshop. The whole composition was assembled in Photoshop. There! You should be able to make your own image now.

Unique original work printed on canvas with mirror image gallery wrap for stretching. Stretcher not included. Posted in mailing tube.

3 gradient background-black snow

Con Preston

AUD$800
Size: 102w x 153h cms
View in my room

Digital print on canvas

Stretcher needed to hang on wall

 

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What an odd title! The background is really combined from many more than three gradients. I keep making these things and store them for later use. My Backgrounds folder has 150 of these items in various sub folders and they can be used in isolation or in combination. I combine them with 3D renders from Cinema 4D in various blending modes to further the complexity and visual interest. In addition to them there are fine black lines hovering over portions of the composition. These are derived by tracing photographs of natural surface textures [tree bark, leaves, stone etcetera] in Illustrator and then using the edges of the reduced colour shapes as a black line pattern. The oddity in reflective chrome was one result of my playing with the structure of a Phillips venue light fitting… the heat sink pattern of extruded metal on its rear surface to be exact. This was drawn in Illustrator and styled in Photoshop. The whole composition was assembled in Photoshop. There! You should be able to make your own image now.

Unique original work printed on canvas with mirror image gallery wrap for stretching. Stretcher not included. Posted in mailing tube.

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