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Toltec Glyph

OK, you're going to have to bear with me here: it's not a great blog image. Imagine this was maybe 10 foot long X 4 foot wide & I reckon the impact would be better.

Toltec Glyph

OK, you're going to have to bear with me here: it's not a great blog image. Imagine this was maybe 10 foot long X 4 foot wide & I reckon the impact would be better.

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Now that I would like to see Dave, and I'd like to know how this is done
Dave Carrington: So would I, Bill! This started life as a shot of some dry grass(!), which I opened in CS2. I saturated the colour, then went to filters, distort, wave, chose sine wave & then just had a play with amplitude, number of generators, wavelength & scale: et voila...weirdness!
  • Regis
  • Netherlands
  • 11 Jun 2008, 11:28
this looks trippy, what is it?
Dave Carrington: Hi, Regis: trippy it is! See my reply to Bill above for a quick explanation...
  • tim
  • leeds uk
  • 11 Jun 2008, 17:08
super image Dave, no idea what it is but if it were 10x4 at the side of the road there could well be a pile upsmile
Dave Carrington: Har! You're probably right, Tim: probably not a good idea, then...smile
I can't imagine anything.
This is just is

richard
Dave Carrington: Ta, Richard. It is...
  • Zeus
  • Sub-tropical London
  • 11 Jun 2008, 23:22
Is it a sea of razor blades? A zig of zags? A receptionless TV screen? A 21st century stain glass window? A bed of multicoloured nails? Wait... I sense it is a close-up. A close-up of.... I give up! Interesting shot anyway! H.
Dave Carrington: Zeus, see my reply to Bill above: it all makes perfect sense when you see beyond the smoke & mirrors!

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