I have started adding acrylic transfer of laserjet printed fractals, some details of well known formulas, and some, formulas I derived myself. I'm using Xaos on the Mac for this. I was surprised at how well these integrate into painterly, "messy" painting.
Here's a few base fractal images as they look when they are printed out:
Here's some images of some recent process images, followed by some more or less finished works.
|Lots of fractal and other images, paper, painters tape and canvases.|
|Here we see laying out a composite |
of many different images (10 or 20!),
on the back and ready to transfer
|Time to open my present!|
Gel is dry, removing paper...
|Repainted the curve in the upper left a dozen times.|
It's so very close to the edge it has incredible tension, and it was very hard to get it right.
|Even Though You Listen to the Dark Music|
The entire top part was completely redone.
I painted over it with zinc white, so that it would show through more.
Added the bold form at top.
I love it like this.
|For some reason, I had to title this|
Something royal and fabulous?
|A Lad in His Lamp|
(not sure if this one is finished)