I am ashamed of recycling a design the way I am doing this evening. This is an alternate crop on yesterday’s “what do you see? #2” post. If you guessed a close up of a die then you were correct. Here is an even more obvious close up of the same illustration.
Today I was caught up in some long overdue personal maintenance which included a long overdue hair cut and car wash. Most of my limited time on the computer was spent researching how to deal with a domain name dispute. Just as I was running out of time I realized that today is the one year anniversary of my successful completion of Circadian Creative 2010-11, my first daily design challenge. Tomorrow is the two year anniversary of the start of that great adventure and I promise a more thoughtful creation in tribute to that day. See you then!
Shortly after posting last night’s creation I knew we had a new theme on our hands! So tonight I present “What do you see? #2. I was going to offer a hint but I think you will see this one fairly easily, so no hints. Enjoy and if you like this little game please feel free to share it with your friends on Facebook or Twitter or what ever other social media you enjoy. I’ll post the answer tomorrow in the comments and on the Circadian Creative Facebook page.
Tonight’s creation was inspired first by the circles from yesterday’s design. I also began playing with the colors that make up the background gradient and thought of something. By the time I finished the design I decided that I would not divulge what I was designing and ask you, the audience, what you think it is. So, what do you see?
Ran out of time this evening before I could even start on my design! So this is a record 10 minute creation utilizing the grid of circular shapes from yesterday’s composition. Hope you like! I actually do, and might re-purpose this one into a free desktop image for you to download. Stay tuned!
If I were to name this piece I think I would call it Battle. I used the same ornaments from yesterday’s design. Today they interact more. I tried to create the impression of blood on a sword, like a sword in battle.
This was fun in the making. I am still thinking of an official title for it. Something a little more artsy or intriguing than “Fun With Ornaments…” Perhaps something like Plotting The Perfect Murder. Could be a nice start for a book cover illustration for a murder mystery.