Here are a few more iterations of the Kaleidomorph 2 file. As I discussed in my last post, this is a file with multiple layers; it generates different images depending on which layers are turned on at the time, yielding a very large number of potential images.
I have developed a naming protocol that identifies the active layers used to make each image. The name of each image starts with the artwork name (in this case, “Kaleidomorph 2”), followed by a space, after which each active layer is listed, separated by a dash.
For example, this is “Kaleidomorph 2 1-4-7-11”. Note its similarity to an image from the last post, “Kaleidomorph 2 1-7-11-13”. They both have layers 1, 7, and 11 active, then each has one other layer added, layer 11 in this instance.
Here is “Kaleidomorph 2 2-3-5-7-10-11”.
Turning off layer 10 from the previous image yields “Kaleidomorph 2 2-3-5-7-11”.
And here’s one I especially like, “Kaleidomorph 2 6-7-8-13”.
To see all these images together with the ones from my last post, head over to my Artist’s Page on Facebook:
Look under “Photos” for the album, “Kaleidomorph 2 Iterations”. I will add more images there if I do further iterations.
I’d love to hear your thoughts on these images! Which one is your favorite, and why? (don’t worry, there won’t be a quiz later!) 😉