Do You See What I See?

© Mark Wayne

Do You See What I See?

Uploaded: August 17, 2007

Description

It's a bird, it's a worm...Image scaned from an original 35mm chrome of a macro butterfly and manipulated in PS7 to produce this piece of Digital Art. I used various filters and tools including, but not limmited to, Polar Coordinates (both Rectangular to Polar and Polar to Rectangular multiple times), Kaleidoscope II, Mirror Mirror,Image rotate vertical, Plastic Wrap, Poster Edge, Sellect Color Range, and the Paint Bucket, and Gradient.

Comments

Joan Powell August 17, 2007

Groovy , piece of 60's looking art . Great color design and effects !! #716842

Jodi Zimmer August 17, 2007

I love this. Fantastic color and design.. Joan is right on man. #4662771

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