Stone Free by David Rozansky

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This piece of art has been haunting me for months, I just couldn’t get it. Version after versions tossed. The colors never working, the textures not flowing. It’s been 33 years since I tripped and I can still remember the color, but try translating that to a Black and White photo, OMG, forget it.

Then tonight it happened. I started from scratch. Layer after Layer, Texture, Bokeh, Motion, My Whole Arsenal! It clicked. It’s Perfect. Incredible!

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THE GROUP April 28, 2012
ARTIST’S UNIVERSE April 28, 2012

Flaming Pear Hue & Cry in PS 5.5 32 bit, Everything Else 64 bit, Bokeh, Inside Shadows, Layer Masking, Wax Crayon, Cardboard Textures, Color Wheel, Nik Color Efx Pro, Topaz Lens Effect, Topaz Clean

stock credit: 123RF

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bokeh, inside shadows, layer masking, wax crayon, cardboard textures, color wheel, nik color efx pro, topaz lens effect, topaz clean, jimi hendrix, lsd, flaming pear

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  • linmarie
    linmarieover 2 years ago

    I agree.. its perfection!!!!!!! I feel like I am on an acid trip at their concert.. amazing piece of art my friend.. bravo for not giving up the ghost!!!!!!!

  • What a lovely comment!!! Thank you so much! I can just never seem to do enough Hendrix pieces. : )

    – David Rozansky

  • Jimi Hendrix
    Jimi Hendrixover 2 years ago

    Oh Baby I’m lookin’ Good!!!

  • I did this for you! I’m glad you like it!

    – David Rozansky

  • Ted Byrne
    Ted Byrneover 2 years ago

    Once upon a time we were not afraid of color. Back then the entire world flashed – solarized – from time to time, as if strobo-scoped through a blur of gels. And then… something washed those primaries away. Wonder when the switch went off? More interestingly… how wonderfully you’ve re-triggered the things here.

  • the 80’s killed the color. I was born in 1963, my parents were well off but very socially conscious. We had Hippy art in the house, my mom made famous hash brownies, we had a mobile suspended from the ceiling and had a Dayglo red front door. The 80’s were all about plastic modernism. Cocaine and money.
    I really appreciate you comments. thank you!!!

    – David Rozansky

  • deborah zaragoza
    deborah zaragozaover 2 years ago


    Excellent Image! 04/28/2012
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    Super Awesome David !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • Deborah, thank you so much, from the bottom of my heart. This piece took me to places heretofore unknown. I really appreciate it!!!

    – David Rozansky

  • Mary Sedici
    Mary Sediciover 2 years ago


    April 28th, 2012
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    Mary

  • Mary, thank you so much!!! This brings much happiness!!!

    – David Rozansky

  • rocamiadesign
    rocamiadesignover 2 years ago

    Thank you for adding your work to The Best of RedBubble!

  • Thanks for having me!

    – David Rozansky

  • Mister Green
    Mister Greenover 2 years ago

    This may be your best work! Incredible in fact.

  • Thanks Green!!!

    – David Rozansky

  • DonLeeJKD
    DonLeeJKDover 2 years ago

    Like cool man. this should be Jimmi’s Wall paper on his heaven computer! :)

  • LOL!! Thanks brother!!!

    – David Rozansky

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