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    Thursday
    Nov122009

    Judy Jetson Mandala

    "How high your awareness level is
    determines how much meaning
    you get from your world.
    Photography can teach you to
    improve your awareness level."
    ~ Ansel Adams

     

    The original Judy Jetson Mandala is in black PITT pen (XS) on white 8x8" Clairefontaine watercolor paper, then inverted the colors after scanning.

    The more I draw, the more I want to draw, the more ideas come to me. I didn't expect that! Almost half way into the double challenge (AEDM and NANOJOUMO). I'm working a little ahead in case there's a day I can't squeeze in art. Documenting the art I am doing is taking longer than expected, due to some scanning issues... but doing the art is as fun as expected! This is my work for Art Every Day Month!

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    Reader Comments (4)

    How interesting to see the positive and the negative! Fascinating! Hugs, Terri xoxo

    isn't "inversion" just the coolest thing!?! i've recently been going back through all my mandalas and playing with the inversion option in paint.net. have you tried it yet with any of your colored pieces?

    11.12.2009 | Unregistered Commenterstacy wills

    Stacy, Thank you for commenting; surprisingly I have not tried inverting any of my colored pieces, although I have considered morphing the colors as I learn Apple Aperture:). ~ Tammy

    11.12.2009 | Registered Commentergypsy

    the inverted image looks like jewelry

    11.14.2009 | Unregistered CommenterSue

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