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Glass Distortion and Composite Methods
Series 2 - Page 1 of 3 - Painter 5.0.
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On this, and the following few pages, I've combined two of many images created by painting spontaneously with randomly picked colors, clicking the pen tool around the canvas to create shapes, filling, applying glass distortion, and repeating these and other actions and effects in and out of sequence until I found something about the image that pleased, and always surprised me. (No additional painting was done on these images to create the images you may see in them. Only areas of flat color were laid down, then manipulated as described above.)

The surprise was due to the fact that none of my actions were thought out in advance or during the painting and other manipulation. Over the years, I've collected quite a few of these pieces and use them as stand-alone images, patterns, backgrounds, or as in this case, in composite images. 

Because they contain many small areas of color, they'll work well to demonstrate how these areas of color, their intensity, and hue, interact differently when various Composite Methods are applied.

First, I'll show you the larger image, next the smaller one, and on the following pages, the combined images after application of four different Composite Methods.

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INSPECTOR
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OLD WOMAN
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Jinny Brown April 12, 2001
last modified August 25, 2002
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