Project Pointillism Pareidolia – Conflict


The figures have become distinct and now I’m wondering what is behind my decision to ‘see’ them in the first place. Could it be world events, such as the current North Korean situation or is it something even more personal?

I don’t know…

What I can say is that I’m enjoying this project a lot and wondering how far I should go by fleshing out the figures themselves. I could just leave the white space within the figures or fill then in completely with various hues of gold and silver.

What I am going to do is keep on removing white everywhere else:

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9 Responses to Project Pointillism Pareidolia – Conflict

  1. Know-All says:

    looks really nice!

  2. Janet says:

    Its looking very good and the gold and silver idea sounds interesting. looking forward in getting to know you and your art. Also thanks for stopping by šŸ™‚ Im a newbie so I feel like the new kid in class.

  3. Geo Sans says:

    I love the ambiguity

    like the dream-like figures

    might transform

    into another manifestation

    • masqua says:

      They look like ghostly figures right now. I’m wondering if filling in detail might not ruin the piece. I’m going to keep working on everything else and maybe decide on the figures when that’s done.

  4. In is fun to watch the progress of your work.

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