About two weeks ago I posted a new digital abstraction created in Procreate app for iPad. I talked about how that design was created and then showed some of the variations produced by running the original through another app, iColorama. I decided to create a new abstraction in Procreate and try even more experiments with iColorama. Here are the results.

New Abstract Design

Color Variations

Here are some experiments involving color changes to the original design. As with the previous experiments, the composition doesn’t change but the color relationships do. Here are some of the varied color combinations that were produced in iColorama.

Here they are as a slideshow, one color combination dissolving into another.

Further transformations

Still using iColorama, I was able to simulate these watercolor effects.

Extreme transformations

Finally, I was able to create radical transformations in iColorama affecting color, shape and texture.

Author: Jeff Gold

I'm a retired musician (oboist) now living in Vermont and exploring various avenues of art, urban sketching, life drawing, block printing and digital abstractions.

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