Hippy Dippy Flowers

wolfepaw

Natchez, United States

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I made this for the new UF Challenge mentioned by dA’s heavenriver in this news article

It says:
February’s challenge will be a Theme challenge – its title being Flower Power!

Fractal flowers are quite commonly seen in UF galleries, but of course we don’t want a flower that can be seen everywhere, do we?
In this challenge, what I ask of you is to create “hippy” flowers, flowers that can really bring us back to the good ol’ 80s, shining with reminiscences of the flower children. Be sure to make gorgeous, sparkling, happy compositions.
No formula restriction on this one: go with whatever you may like and give us your best shot. I made the first challenge more flexible on purpose so as to welcome all of you to create basing on your personal style and ways.

This is about as hippy as you can get, but the decade is actually the 70s, not the 80s. The 80s were more disco and leisure suits. Ah, but the 70s – flower children, Woodstock and the trippiest art! I hope this brings you back.

Made in UF5 and psotwork done in Serif’s PhotoPlus X4.

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