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Bill Tracer

Ebullient Intersections Variation 8 - News - Bubblews - 0 views

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    And now, lastly with Ebullient Intersections Variation 8, like all of the images of this entire series, I began using Ebullient Expulsions Variation 1 through 8, as my starting points. From those beginnings I derived these spin-off pieces in the Ebullient Intersections series. Also again, as with so many of my postmodern contemporary fractal abstract art pieces, and indeed with both of these series, I started with my frequently used KPT filter, "FraxPlorer". Using that and other tools, I created this series of images in my usual way utilizing various filtering, layering, and color enhancement effects, all in Photoshop. The end result was this 8 piece fractal abstract art series, the eighth of which I initially saved among my Abstract Images as Abstract Image 1272. I later renamed this one specifically "Ebullient Intersections Variation 8". This piece of postmodern contemporary fractal abstract art, Ebullient Intersections Variation 8, is now presented here at Bubblews in this square aspect ratio, complete with the digitally embossed Bill M. Tracer Studio logo signature seal, small as not to distract from the design, while decidedly present, showing authenticity.
Bill Tracer

Quetzalcoatl Blossom Variation 8 - News - Bubblews - 0 views

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    I created Quetzalcoatl Blossom Variation 8 with various filtering, layering, and color enhancement effects in Photoshop, including among others the KPT filter, and fractal generator, "FraxPlorer". First named, Abstract Image 961, I later renamed it Quetzalcoatl Blossom Variation 8. Through further layering and color effects, I explored this basic image theme in 8 variations. When first gazing upon the finished image, my initial thought was of a large feathery headdress with a Quetzalcoatl style. However, it was more than just a headdress, for a comparable energy up-wells from within the Earth rising into and even infusing the headdress. So with this image I find myself easily imagining a figure in the lotus meditative position through which this energy blossoms from beneath, and fills the headdress. Just like the rest of the series, Quetzalcoatl Blossom Variation 8 is presented here, complete with the digitally embossed Bill M. Tracer Studio logo signature seal, small as not to distract from the design, while decidedly present, showing authenticity.
Bill Tracer

Ebullient Expulsions Variation 8 - News - Bubblews - 0 views

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    Finally for the eighth and last of this series, I once again followed the same basic procedures as with this entire series, and as with many of my postmodern contemporary fractal abstract art pieces, I started with my usual KPT filter, "FraxPlorer". Making use of that and other tools, I created this series of images utilizing various filtering, layering, and color enhancement effects, all in Photoshop. The end result was this 8 piece fractal abstract art series, the eighth of which I initially saved among my Abstract Images as Abstract Image 1264. I later renamed this one specifically "Ebullient Expulsions Variation 8". This piece of postmodern contemporary fractal abstract art, Ebullient Expulsions Variation 8, is now presented here at Bubblews in this square aspect ratio, complete with the digitally embossed Bill M. Tracer Studio logo signature seal, small as not to distract from the design, while decidedly present, showing authenticity.
Bill Tracer

Third Eye Opening Variation 8 - News - Bubblews - 0 views

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    Using the KPT fractal generator filter "FraxPlorer", I created the base image from which this work of art was derived. I then followed up by putting that base image through a combination of additional filtering, layering, and color enhancement effects in Photoshop. Abstract Image 908 was the result, which I later renamed Third Eye Opening Variation 8. This work of art is one of an eight piece series of image variations that follow along the same general dark and brooding theme. The differences between the variants of this series may be subtle, but they are definitely present. Variation 8 of this series is now presented here at Bubblews in the square aspect ratio, complete with the digitally embossed Bill M. Tracer Studio logo signature seal, small as not to distract from the design, while decidedly present, showing authenticity.
Bill Tracer

Mother's Cathedral Variation 8 - News - Bubblews - 0 views

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    Using several KPT filters as well as other layering, filtering, and color enhancement effects in Photoshop, I created this image in my Abstract Image series. First named Abstract Image 1088, I later renamed it "Mother's Cathedral Variation 8". One of my largest sets of image variations, these color variates number 10 in all. This piece of postmodern contemporary fractal abstract art, Mother's Cathedral Variation 8, is now presented here at Bubblews in this vertically oriented aspect ratio, complete with the digitally embossed Bill M. Tracer Studio logo signature seal, small as not to distract from the design, while decidedly present, showing authenticity.
Bill Tracer

Strung Along Variation 8 - News - Bubblews - 0 views

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    Using the fractal generator Vchira, I created multiple layers around the theme of this fractal exploration. In Photoshop, I ran those layers through several different filtering, layer blending, and color enhancement effects. The end result of these procedures was this postmodern contemporary fractal abstract art series, called Strung Along. I ultimately created 8 variations. This is Strung Along Variation 8, complete with the digitally embossed Bill M. Tracer Studio logo signature seal, small as not to distract from the design, while decidedly present, showing authenticity.
Bill Tracer

Particularized Dreamtime Variation 8 - News - Bubblews - 0 views

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    Using several KPT filters, including "FraxPlorer", as well as other layering and filtering effects in Photoshop, I created this image in my Abstract Image series. First named Abstract Image 1227, I later renamed it "Particularized Dreamtime Variation 8". I came to that name first due to this series using some forms similar to my earlier series Particularized Hexagram, and Particularized Deltoid, then secondly when I showed Variation 1 to a good friend of mine, his first reaction was to say it reminded him of Australian Aboriginal Dreamtime Art. After creating the first variation, I subsequently created 7 more color variations off of this theme, making for a total of an eight piece series of color variation for this one. So here is Particularized Dreamtime Variation 8, complete with the digitally embossed Bill M. Tracer Studio logo signature seal, small as not to distract from the design, while decidedly present, showing authenticity.
Bill Tracer

Ebullient Intersections Variation 7 - News - Bubblews - 0 views

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    Now with Ebullient Intersections Variation 7, again like all of the images of this entire series, I began using Ebullient Expulsions Variation 1 through 8, as my starting points. From those beginnings I derived these spin-off pieces in the Ebullient Intersections series. Also again, as with so many of my postmodern contemporary fractal abstract art pieces, and indeed with both of these series, I started with my frequently used KPT filter, "FraxPlorer". Using that and other tools, I created this series of images in my usual way utilizing various filtering, layering, and color enhancement effects, all in Photoshop. The end result was this 8 piece fractal abstract art series, the seventh of which I initially saved among my Abstract Images as Abstract Image 1271. I later renamed this one specifically "Ebullient Intersections Variation 7". This piece of postmodern contemporary fractal abstract art, Ebullient Intersections Variation 7, is now presented here at Bubblews in this square aspect ratio, complete with the digitally embossed Bill M. Tracer Studio logo signature seal, small as not to distract from the design, while decidedly present, showing authenticity.
Bill Tracer

Ebullient Intersections Variation 6 - News - Bubblews - 0 views

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    Now with Ebullient Intersections Variation 6, again like all of the images of this entire series, I began using Ebullient Expulsions Variation 1 through 8, as my starting points. From those beginnings I derived these spin-off pieces in the Ebullient Intersections series. Also again, as with so many of my postmodern contemporary fractal abstract art pieces, and indeed with both of these series, I started with my frequently used KPT filter, "FraxPlorer". Using that and other tools, I created this series of images in my usual way utilizing various filtering, layering, and color enhancement effects, all in Photoshop. The end result was this 8 piece fractal abstract art series, the sixth of which I initially saved among my Abstract Images as Abstract Image 1270. I later renamed this one specifically "Ebullient Intersections Variation 6". This piece of postmodern contemporary fractal abstract art, Ebullient Intersections Variation 6, is now presented here at Bubblews in this square aspect ratio, complete with the digitally embossed Bill M. Tracer Studio logo signature seal, small as not to distract from the design, while decidedly present, showing authenticity.
Bill Tracer

Luminous Hexagram Variation 8 - News - Bubblews - 0 views

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    Finally we reach the eighth and last piece in this particular series, and again, like all the others of this series, I started with my frequently used KPT filter, "FraxPlorer". With that and other tools, I created this series of images in my usual way utilizing various filtering, layering, and color enhancement effects in Photoshop. Among the steps of this process, I used Mehdi's Kaleidoscope set to 6 petals. It is using the petals set to 6 that makes this image into a hexagram. The end result was this series of eight color variations. This one I initially named Abstract Image 875, then later gave the entire series the final name, "Luminous Hexagram". eighth in this series, this piece of postmodern contemporary fractal abstract art, Luminous Hexagram Variation 8, is now presented here at Bubblews in this square aspect ratio, complete with the digitally embossed Bill M. Tracer Studio logo signature seal, small as not to distract from the design, while decidedly present, showing authenticity.
Bill Tracer

Ebullient Intersections Variation 5 - News - Bubblews - 0 views

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    As for Ebullient Intersections Variation 5, just like all of the images of this series, I began using Ebullient Expulsions Variation 1 through 8, as my starting points. From those beginnings I derived these spin-off pieces in the Ebullient Intersections series. As with so many of my postmodern contemporary fractal abstract art pieces, and indeed with both of these series, I started with my frequently used KPT filter, "FraxPlorer". Using that and other tools, I created this series of images in my usual way utilizing various filtering, layering, and color enhancement effects, all in Photoshop. The end result was this 8 piece fractal abstract art series, the fifth of which I initially saved among my Abstract Images as Abstract Image 1269. I later renamed this one specifically "Ebullient Intersections Variation 5". This piece of postmodern contemporary fractal abstract art, Ebullient Intersections Variation 5, is now presented here at Bubblews in this square aspect ratio, complete with the digitally embossed Bill M. Tracer Studio logo signature seal, small as not to distract from the design, while decidedly present, showing authenticity.
Bill Tracer

Ebullient Intersections Variation 3 - News - Bubblews - 0 views

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    Using Ebullient Expulsions Variation 1 through 8, as my starting points, I created these spin-off pieces in the Ebullient Intersections series. As with so many of my postmodern contemporary fractal abstract art pieces, and indeed with both of these series, I started with my frequently used KPT filter, "FraxPlorer". Using that and other tools, I created this series of images in my usual way utilizing various filtering, layering, and color enhancement effects, all in Photoshop. The end result was this 8 piece fractal abstract art series, the third of which I initially saved among my Abstract Images as Abstract Image 1267. I later renamed this one specifically "Ebullient Intersections Variation 3". This piece of postmodern contemporary fractal abstract art, Ebullient Intersections Variation 3, is now presented here at Bubblews in this square aspect ratio, complete with the digitally embossed Bill M. Tracer Studio logo signature seal, small as not to distract from the design, while decidedly present, showing authenticity.
Bill Tracer

Ebullient Intersections Variation 2 - News - Bubblews - 0 views

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    Using Ebullient Expulsions Variation 1 through 8, as my starting points, I created these spin-off pieces in the Ebullient Intersections series. As with so many of my postmodern contemporary fractal abstract art pieces, and indeed with both of these series, I started with my frequently used KPT filter, "FraxPlorer". Using that and other tools, I created this series of images in my usual way utilizing various filtering, layering, and color enhancement effects, all in Photoshop. The end result was this 8 piece fractal abstract art series, the second of which I initially saved among my Abstract Images as Abstract Image 1266. I later renamed this one specifically "Ebullient Intersections Variation 2". This piece of postmodern contemporary fractal abstract art, Ebullient Intersections Variation 2, is now presented here at Bubblews in this square aspect ratio, complete with the digitally embossed Bill M. Tracer Studio logo signature seal, small as not to distract from the design, while decidedly present, showing authenticity.
Bill Tracer

Ebullient Intersections Variation 4 - News - Bubblews - 0 views

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    And now for Ebullient Intersections Variation 4, as with all of the images of this series, I began using Ebullient Expulsions Variation 1 through 8, as my starting points. From those beginnings I derived these spin-off pieces in the Ebullient Intersections series. As with so many of my postmodern contemporary fractal abstract art pieces, and indeed with both of these series, I started with my frequently used KPT filter, "FraxPlorer". Using that and other tools, I created this series of images in my usual way utilizing various filtering, layering, and color enhancement effects, all in Photoshop. The end result was this 8 piece fractal abstract art series, the forth of which I initially saved among my Abstract Images as Abstract Image 1268. I later renamed this one specifically "Ebullient Intersections Variation 4". This piece of postmodern contemporary fractal abstract art, Ebullient Intersections Variation 4, is now presented here at Bubblews in this square aspect ratio, complete with the digitally embossed Bill M. Tracer Studio logo signature seal, small as not to distract from the design, while decidedly present, showing authenticity.
Bill Tracer

Ebullient Intersections Variation 1 - News - Bubblews - 0 views

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    Using Ebullient Expulsions Variation 1 through 8, as my starting points, I created these spin-off pieces in the Ebullient Intersections series. As with so many of my postmodern contemporary fractal abstract art pieces, and indeed with both of these series, I started with my frequently used KPT filter, "FraxPlorer". Using that and other tools, I created this series of images in my usual way utilizing various filtering, layering, and color enhancement effects, all in Photoshop. The end result was this 8 piece fractal abstract art series, the first of which I initially saved among my Abstract Images as Abstract Image 1265. I later renamed this one specifically "Ebullient Intersections Variation 1". This piece of postmodern contemporary fractal abstract art, Ebullient Intersections Variation 1, is now presented here at Bubblews in this square aspect ratio, complete with the digitally embossed Bill M. Tracer Studio logo signature seal, small as not to distract from the design, while decidedly present, showing authenticity.
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Andy Messerschmidt - Untitled #8 | Daily Art Fixx Shop - Contemporary Art Gallery - 0 views

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The Ravine / Joseph Dunphy

Sapphireblue.com Presents: Adventures in Dangerous Art - 1 views

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    The personal blog of an artist in training (Michelle Kinsey Bruns, according to her Youtrube profile) who works in stained glass, and promises to document her work in progress and flesh wounds. Hoping that she's joking about the wounds, or was - the most recent post on her blog is dated Dec.8, 2006.
Bill Tracer

Quetzalcoatl Blossom Variation 2 - News - Bubblews - 0 views

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    I created Quetzalcoatl Blossom Variation 2 with various filtering, layering, and color enhancement effects in Photoshop, including among others the KPT filter, and fractal generator, "FraxPlorer". First named, Abstract Image 955, I later renamed it Quetzalcoatl Blossom Variation 2. Through further layering and color effects, I explored this basic image theme in 8 variations. When first gazing upon the finished image, my initial thought was of a large feathery headdress with a Quetzalcoatl style. However, it was more than just a headdress, for a comparable energy up-wells from within the Earth rising into and even infusing the headdress. So with this image I find myself easily imagining a figure in the lotus meditative position through which this energy blossoms from beneath, and fills the headdress. Like all of my digital art, as a final step, I added the digitally embossed Bill M. Tracer Studio logo signature seal, small as not to distract from the design, while decidedly present, showing authenticity.
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