Thursday, November 24, 2005

Synthetic landscape- found object art



A photoshop fabrication from scratch.... no photos, only scanned objects... this one was a complicated experiment. Grass blades were individually scanned on the scanner surface and layered upon one another, altered and blurred to create depth... I painted the sky with a brush same goes for the rainshower off in the distance and the dirt in the grass.... The water was a layered collage with a bunch of scanned maple leaves, a piece of dupont corian scanned in and used as a underneath layer, and I scanned a transparent plastic bag and layered it on to give a reflective surface. These things arent specifically planned out this way, they just evolved..... I like the organic feel of experimental collaging and just trying stuff.... looks less "planned" that way.

This thing was originally just an experiment to see if I could build depth with layering techniques in photoshop.

4 Comments:

Blogger EAA said...

Holy crap Tim, that's awesome.

10:53 AM  
Blogger Kmann said...

have you added to this lately? I seem to remember it just being of the leaves and water. It looks great Tim.

11:21 AM  
Blogger Tim Szabo said...

It was originally two different pieces... one just the grass landscape layer experiment... the other was a separate work of just leaves in the "water".... that one ended going in a different direction to a more abstract piece... I worked these two pieces together and messed with some things to create a single bg. I like keeping a variety of works in progress on the computer... sometimes these things just keep evolving with no specifics in mind...

11:35 AM  
Blogger answer-man said...

ps I'm having a little trouble sending comments so if I do it twice please excuse me and I apologize.

11:22 PM  

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