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Two partial images sit for a long time, each needing a contrasting element to complete them. Turns out they can be complete, if they cooperate.
The original concept was more powdery splashes of color. But in compromising with the contrast I wanted, it ended up looking like damage from an intergalactic paintball war.
Not exactly the design I started out to make. However, the puzzle piece took so long, I will have to eventually make the other design to justify the time I spent trying to get the top rounded just right.
This one was a trick to balance contrast when seen on different monitors. Some monitors the shadows appear light, others very dark. (luckily, both extremes look good.)
The warming sun rises over fresh snow. You can tell older snow on mountains because all the thin areas have melted away, increasing the contrast.
I wanted high contrast between the two hands, but not symmetrical, differences are never just black and white.
The concept was to contrast the attraction of a cute baby v.s. the reviling nest of bones.
A simple play on shapes and contrast. I like the way the composition came together.
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