This started out life as a pure abstract. However, the sleeping woman gave it a special something that, once added, I just could not take away.
As with all my abstracts now, rather than title it and thereby steer you in a direction, I prefer that you see whatever it is is that you will see. I have done my part of the digital painting. Now it’s your turn to finish it.
Digital modern abstract by F.A. Moore, June 22, 2010
8,000 × 12,000 px @300 ppi
PSE 6, Corel Painter/E4
RE: Abstract created in PSE incorporates artist’s own unpublished work, wherein the stock model was painted with impressionists brushes in Painter. The stringy patterns in white, green, and red are mouse-painted and bear the indications of such. I left them as is, intentionally.
credits: the woman— stock photograph by M.JRanum
2010-06-26 FAMoore-20100622-1 in Digital Brushstrokes
2010-06-26 FAMoore-20100622-1 in ABSTRACT DIGITAL ART AND WRITING
2010-06-23 FAMoore-20100622-1 in Feminine Intent
2010-06-23 FAMoore-20100622-1 in Southern United States Artists
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