Browsing All Posts filed under »digital art«

Anthem for Planet Earth

April 26, 2015

0

I came across today a brilliant video of an ancient Tuvan Song “Boodey” (Sonnel) arranged in modern ambient style. It’s performed by Radik Tyulyush,  singer, composer, Master Of Traditional Tuvan Throat Singing, and a  Member of Huun Huur Tu. The music is brilliant but the images portrayed – of the beauty of the earth juxtaposed […]

Life on Earth

April 26, 2015

4

The foundations for this image were firstly, a photo of tree roots and glass and secondly, a photo of a waterfall. With a little judicious editing with Pixlr, this is the final result. It reminded me of a collage of earth elements, hence Life on Earth.

Hidden Truths

April 26, 2015

2

This image is composed of three layers – the first is a photo of an iceberg; the second is a photo I took here in North Cyprus of mimosa leaves against a setting sun; and the final layer is a photo I took at a garden centre near here, Gardens of Babel,  of water lilies […]

Dances with Fae

April 26, 2015

4

I created this from some photos of leaves and blossoms I’ve taken over the past year or so and just felt it reminded me of  the faery-kind dancing with delight in the early world at our feet – dances which go un-noticed by human beings. So if you’re of the mind, kick up your heels […]

Wildish

April 20, 2015

0

I’m still taking things quietly getting over a lousy cold and another kidney infection – but I still enjoy fiddling with digital art as it helps me relax and float into other dimensions. I started off with stones balanced in a river and actually intended to work on the whole water theme. But then I […]

Gardens of Light

April 16, 2015

0

When I finished this image, I felt it reminded me of the energies you can feel in gardens and also, if you look slightly aside from individual plants and trees, you can see the light field around them.

Nature’s Grace

April 16, 2015

6

I created this from a photo of an ancient tree, super-imposed with a photo of wildflowers in the orange orchard beside our apartment block – the old and the new together.

Follow

Get every new post delivered to your Inbox.

Join 972 other followers