|Posted by Electric Frog on February 25, 2012 at 11:40 AM|
After another chat with the lovely lady at Nucleus Arts Maidstone, I decided to try something new. She and her colleague particularly liked some of the tribal animal designs i had sketched, and suggested i scan, seperate and enlarge them. So I did... then I started thinking (always a dangerous thing for me, usually results in the smell of burning rubber and the sound of slowly turning cogs permeating the air). So after seperating the images into one per page I started mucking about with negatives, colour tints, borders and such. The results were rather pleasing. Check out the new "Tribal" section of my gallery and let me know what you think. I've always fancied having a go at digital imaging, but being on a very limited budget (and still awaiting that ever elusive first paying job) there's no way i could afford decent software. So what we have here is the best i could manage given the limitations of free opensource software.
There's a link to what i used on my Links page.