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IC CM Acry Castles Spires EMJ   Leave a comment

IC CM Acry Castles Spires EMJsigsc

This photodigital Camera Motion Image Capture pulling light-stretching light of acrylic on card stock resembled like a city/town/castle…two, with pointed sky reaching spires.  It’s as if they are on an island, split by a river.  There’s a water feel.  It’s something-or-other of a splash. Image within an Image, there’s at least three fantasy faces-center to the right-hand side–horses, an elf, a yeti-baboon…-Ernie Moore Jr.

Comparison Of Camera Motion With Acrylic EMJ   Leave a comment

Compar Acry ICCM WC Sea3 EMJsig

Originally I did acrylics-one color per card stock sheet(left hand side).  To get a photodigital I might do a Camera Motion Image Capture, pulling light-stretching light(right-hand side).  The shoot was mostly Camera Motion.  It was of a section of the acrylic–Ink Weening[©2016 Ernie Moore Jr.]Accidental Art–Discovered Art–I make strokes on a medium to get most of the ink off of a brush.  Mostly avoiding deliberately making an image.-Ernie Moore Jr.

The exact section I’m unsure.  The comparison is for the chance to perhaps appreciate the result from the source.  It seemed important/useful.  To me at first it seemed as sea and sky.  Now the lower half could be as clouds.  Supposedly, we will see what we see by how our minds organize.  You are not wrong in what you see.  I would rather present a work and not say What I see.  I present it because I like it or something about it.  I value what resulted…There seemed to be something there.  I find, too many words might detract from what one is trying to say~.-Ernie Moore Jr.

IC CM Trees Ocean EMJ   Leave a comment

photodigital camera motion image capture resembling an ocean swell and storm colors E M J

This photodigital Camera Motion Image Capture pulling light-stretching light resembles a sea creature out of a sea or ocean swell or wave.  I could imagine a dolphin-ish…later a swordfish-ish.  Then an officer type figure at eleven o’clock.  That became a sailor-as if wearing a French outfit.  Then the semblance of a face of an old man.  Small shows better and different than bigger, sometimes.  A final notice was a woman-her head resting, at seven thirty o’clock [and perhaps a Jesus relating look and whatever Image within an Image one might happen to notice. Even an underwater scene. Plus, Old Man of the Sea?-Ernie Moore Jr.

The lightest region I thought of as resembling a wave-swell.  The rest I could get a storm feel.  And now I see the portrait of a man with a high collar…a building in a compound with a hill to the right-hand side-and a lamp-ish post.  I wonder if this was done in sepia.-Ernie Moore Jr.