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Added recently a video of a planet suggested to be mars showing water plants life and structures.
But lets polish off a fun topic.
You possibly have seen some of the art I make.
The main ones being what is referred to as Kaleidoscopes and Wall Scrolls.
Why are they special?
Art is mathematical.
It is based upon geometry.
Kaleidoscopes and Wall Scrolls manipulate the already present geometry of the original photograph into a similar form carrying into the result original design.
With this it can be said every visual carries a story with it.
When I make these arts it is common for them to have sub art inside the larger picture.
Let me give you an example.
Here below is a wall scroll.
Above is a wall scroll.
I took a random photograph from the internet as a base material.
Some people standing around with some grass.
Now look at the below picture, it is a snippet of zooming in on the wall scroll.
Made from the original photograph is this result which has a cartoon face and 2 smaller faces collaged inside of it.
To see how I did this you can view our DIY Art Video on our YouTube Channel, video at bottom of this post.
But I will also try to explain the process with words in the case if you are curious and would like to hear it.
I started with a photograph.
The main process to make these hidden artworks is a 3 part process.
To get to the result sphering offsetting and then either kaleiding or wall scrolling are needed.
While a simple wall scroll or kaleidoscope program script could be made to do it in one button push, the program I use called image editor requires the 3 steps.
First step on editing the photograph is usually offsetting but could be sphering.
Sphering is a transparent bubbling effect placed on the photo, it looks similar to a bubble wrap bubble inserted on the photo and it stretches the photo where the sphere is placed as if a bubble stretching out.
Offsetting is to split the photo into an x/y chart or 4 pieces, if the picture is a square, 4 equal pieces, if it is a rectangle 2 sets of equal to its own set pieces.
So the sphering and offsetting is mixed together.
Usually swapping the offset around and sphering the photo using offset to move the pieces around in different ways so the spheres effect the photo in different places.
After thats done all thats really needed is to either kaleidoscope it of mirror image (Wall Scroll) it.
Due to limitations in image editor the result will sometimes have sub art in it and sometimes not, it is basically because for it to have sub art, a geometric mathematical formula has to be correct.
Image editor has program scripts that do a lot of this for us but learning the correct path to the formula can actually be a bit trial and error as the way Image Editor currently has available tools some photos give good result using different pathed geometrical formulas.
What this means is even though I have experience in making quite a few sub arts, it usually takes me a few tries to get a high quality one because due to different photos, different choices need to be made in the image editors tools to get a result that is sought after.
As I said earlier, if someone were to know the exact different geometry formulas for making sub art they could make simple button scripts that would do all the steps, it would probably be a list of different buttons with titles like “Angle 1 Space 1 Color 1” and “Angle 2 Space 1 Color 1” and so on and so forth.
I will soon post a few more photos that look cool and display how impressive this art style is, but first lets get a bit factually philosophical.
Every vision, as an example, photos, is like a story book.
With this art style you can geometrically unlock the photos “Book” and find different pages to a philosophical story.
Taking a photograph of humans with some grass.
Resulting sub art is human faces collaged together with a green hair background.
Geometry can be more powerful and capable than early inspection hints.
Let me give you another example of how this art style and its geometry formulas are powerful.
Look at this below picture.
This photo is the starting image for our WLTOP Angel Logo.
Now look below at the next step I did to it.
Do you see the Happy Parents Day scribbles and Heart?
Next I sphered and offsetted like I explained and you can see happen in our DIY Art Video on YouTube found at the bottom of this post.
After I sphered and offsetted I did the final step, I kaleidoscoped it which spirals the picture similar to tie-dye.
Look at the kaleidoscopes result below.
In the above kaleidoscope you can see our result is the WLTOP Angel Logo and above each angel is another cartoon angel with a different pose.
The angel is a result of the scribbled on message and heart.
The angles of the message and heart were exactly what they needed to be for the image editor program to turn that message into our WLTOP Angel.
Here below is a straightened version. The angel on the left has its eyes closed down in prayer, and the angel on the right has its eyes closed up as a smile.
So I will be ending this post soon so you can go view the DIY Art Video and visually see what sphering and offsetting is, I think you will be impressed with just how special this art style is, its kinda a neat little art hack secret.
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Every image has a story.
Above is the DIY Art Video.
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