minniev wrote: ↑Sun Mar 04, 2018 4:34 pmExcellent image with great artistry and execution of concept. I admire how you think up these things and plot your path to creating them.davechinn wrote: ↑Sat Mar 03, 2018 6:43 pmWeek #9 and it seems I'm starting to get a little behind. Although, I'm still current to the week just towards the end has me a little concerned.
I was only able to get out once this week and I'm not at all very pleased, so I decided to start and complete a composite for this week of three different images. Although, one of the images IS in the weekly time frame of the 52 project, the other two are NOT.
As mentioned, a composite of three images with many various layers.
'In Search ... of a missing Chord'.
I'm behind too, having been away with family and "off the grid" for a week, but I am now only a few days behind instead of a week+. We'll get there!
Personally speaking, I consider it a new product when I'm using old parts to make a new image. I don't know how everyone else feels about it, but some images are entirely new once they are brought into a composition with other images and turned into an entirely new creation.
Thanks Minnie !!! This is one I had something else in mind when I started, but half way through the process my direction went elsewhere, as you can see. My original intention was to have a guitarist blending within the clouds in the sky. My title was going to be "The Great Gig in the Sky" by Pink Floyd, until I discovered that the song was about dying. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T13se_2A7c8 So, I decided against it.
I agree, "a new product using old parts to make a new image". I had my doubts, but you confirmed it for me.