my creative life #15

by Jessica

Hello again! Time for another recap of my recent creative adventures!  A few weeks ago our little hepatica plant was in full bloom, so I went out and took some pictures of it! And then I made it pink, because I can’t resist some pink. I really like these images! I actually used a large light purple paper that I put up behind them to get a more soft and calm background.I had two days where I was just obsessed with these abstract digital shapes, and while I actually really liked them then I quickly became insecure about them, but you know what? I love this! I’m gonna make some more.

I made this one, which is called “Alys”, and I love the colours so much! There’s just something special about a peachy orange which turns into pink which turns into magenta. Made this while I was still doing the whole negative space thing (which I talked about in this blog post). I’m not really doing that anymore, it was a fun challenge, I liked the results and learned a lot, but ultimately I don’t want to limit myself to making things a certain way ever. If I want to go more is more, I’ll go more is more. The weird thing about this one is that I wasn’t too pleased about it – I think it looks a bit awkward how the width of the glitchy part coming out of the flower doesn’t match any movement within the petals – but people really seemed to love this one. Weird.

Tried out some kind of digital collage-method using things I’ve made previously. I don’t know what I think of this.

Made these two – two versions of the same image – and couldn’t decide which one I liked best, so I asked on my Instagram Story and I mean I think blue won with 60% of the votes, which isn’t landslide but still. I like that the orange one feels so autumny though.

“Bullet” is another one I made with negative space in mind. I like that it looks a bit like a heart! These two are both made from photographs I’ve taken, both of nature (a coral reef and some flowers) and I quite like how they’re almost fading away. It’s a kind of very obvious symbolism, but I like it anyway. 
“Traces” is a series I finished yesterday, and I’m really happy with it. (Can you see how I’m not really negative spacing it anymore?) It’s made from photographs of flowing paint that I’ve edited quite a lot.

That was it for this time!

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1 comment

emilia June 10, 2018 - 4:04 pm

WOW alltså, det är verkligen häftigt det du skapar!


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