Wednesday, June 6, 2012


Back around 2000-2001 I made a lot of digital work by writing little Photoshop actions which would subject images to a series of filters and color manipulations at high settings - enough to degrade the image almost past recognition. I would run the actions as "batches" on large sets of images I'd vacuumed up from the internet (I used software that grabbed every jpeg on a site - something that might not work as easily nowadays) and then pick out the ones I liked best.

This image is from a series I called "Nice Drawings" because they looked like colored chalk drawings on black paper. It's based on an old Gil Elvgren pinup painting from the 1950's. There's more of them HERE.

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