Crossover by Karen Gadient, 2014

Crossover. Created with Adobe Photoshop and Corel Painter.

An alien skyscape abstract, enhanced by listening to by E.S. Posthumus’s fantastic Lepcis Magna while painting.

Clouds come floating into my life, no longer to carry rain or usher storm, but to add color to my sunset sky. — Rabindranath Tagore

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Filed under Art, Color, Creativity, Digital Artwork, Painting, Quotes, Skyscape

10 responses to “Crossover

  1. Ooh, neat! Is it just me, or is there a roast beef sammich in the lower right corner?

  2. I really like the color combination. Beautiful. 🙂

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  4. That’s very dramatic music! Do you listen to music all the time when you paint? I think that’s what I found so lovely about art, it was a lot more relaxing experience than writing, and for me music was very much part of that.
    I was trying to find the aliens in that colourful burst, but then I thought of regeneration – Doctor Who moment again! 🙂 Maybe something about that music too, sort makes me think of Christopher Eccleston and David Tennant’s Doctor regeneration, very dramatic and fiery! I really liked Matt Smith, but thought his regeneration into Peter Capaldi was a real disappointment. Hoping the new Doctor and new season will be as entertaining! 😀

    • I prefer to work in silence unless I want the sound interaction (I did for this artwork and David is encouraging me to experiment with that), as sound gives my vision quite a bit of color blur/movement and it gets in the way if I don’t want it there. Most times, I can’t write with music on.

      Doctor Who! Aw, thanks. Such a fan. 🙂 I’m psyched to see Capaldi as the Doctor, since we’re fans of The Thick of It. Alas, we don’t expect him to be as swear-y as he was as Malcolm Tucker. Well, kids watch Doctor Who, after all!

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