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Controlled Distribution of Power

Posted: Sun Oct 22, 2017 4:14 pm
by Bob Yankle
The geometric designs and vanishing points at the distribution station always fascinated me, but they were hard to render in any meaningful depiction. Then I hit upon the idea of a style I call "ShadowLight", rendered first in black and white, then inverting the image colors. Now I can see the intricacies which so attracted me in the first place.

Re: Controlled Distribution of Power

Posted: Sun Oct 22, 2017 7:34 pm
by minniev
Bob Yankle wrote:The geometric designs and vanishing points at the distribution station always fascinated me, but they were hard to render in any meaningful depiction. Then I hit upon the idea of a style I call "ShadowLight", rendered first in black and white, then inverting the image colors. Now I can see the intricacies which so attracted me in the first place.


I thought this was an inversion. What an interesting subject to apply it to!

There is something intriguing about the geometry of industrial sites. I'll be posting some from Canada if I ever get to them.

Re: Controlled Distribution of Power

Posted: Sun Oct 22, 2017 8:19 pm
by Bob Yankle
This is so intricate as to remind me of the weft and weave of oriental rugs.

Re: Controlled Distribution of Power

Posted: Tue Oct 24, 2017 4:39 am
by St3v3M
I like that you can get lost in this image. The process is intriguing too! S-