Zap Band in Action (G1345)

barrowda

Chapel Hill, United States

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Using GIMP v2.8, I next added small, elongated portions of an Apophysis fractal from a previous work called Star Wars Laser Attack onto either side of the Zap Band, to represent miniature laser beam “death rays”. At the terminal end of each laser beam, I wanted something similar to the explosive destruction seen in the movie version of War of the Worlds (but without the unoccupied clothing flying up). I was very lucky to discover a GIMP paintbrush called “Sparks”, though greatly surprised when it didn’t work like all the other paintbrushes. Each time I applied it, it painted one or more glowing yellow orbs of varying and random size, but that turns out to be perfect for what I wanted to imply. Thus, I have created WIP#5 for a translation I am doing in the Solo Minimalism Workshop

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