Thursday, July 1, 2010


I'm trying out a new technique using photographs of ink cutouts and messing with them a little in photoshop. so far, it's really really fun. Because its just a photograph, you can move and arrange the pieces under the camera around all you want, and add things from your front yard, like little plants and things. If i get good at this, i'm hoping to animate some things this way...

42 comments:

Jason Brubaker said...

If you get good at it? Looks like you already mastered it to me. I love that new image!

Jason Scheier said...

flat out amazing

Rob Dunlavey said...

Looks great (and more importantly, FUN & personal!)

Jennifer Leonard said...

Love the little rabbit.

matt dawson said...

A really vibrant collection of silhouettes and textures. I've loved your use of texture in the past and this just adds to ! What was your previous process if your don't mind me asking...? scanned natural media composited digitally...? Whatever it is it works beautifully!

TREVOR Simonsen said...

It's working!

Maria Bogade said...

This looks really lovely! I like the feel of it the comination of the floating colours and there soft edges to the hard edges of the cutouts!

christopher said...

ooo, nice.

Mr.Breadcrumbs said...

Thats awesome Jon. An X-ray of Nature

Chris Dacol said...

completely awesummmmm

Mike Bear said...

Hi Jon, I just found your work and blog. I really enjoy what you're doing.

Griselda Sastrawinata said...

It's beautiful.

Timothy J Lamb said...

oh my gosh, yes please..

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CK said...

AWESOME! Great ideas

Allen Capoferri said...

Great work!

Tali said...

ooh, looks like fun! i love the look of it.

Stel.la said...

...like this mixture!

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JC said...

beautiful stuff! your textures are amazing.

fergusandme said...

that is amazing -- wish i knew how!

Nele Ooms said...

do it! I'm really anxious to see it animated!

Sarah said...

beautiful illustrations, very happy to have stumbled upon your blog

Alina Chau said...

beautiful design!!

Sandra Brandst├Ątter said...

Your work has a certain coldness and darkness to it, which I find very interesting and inspiring.
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jose elgueta said...

what a beautiful use of textures!

Chris Wood said...

ADVENTURE !!! thats what i see...

Mochan said...

You great! Full of poetry...I really love it.

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Hobo Divine said...

Wonderful work Jon!!!

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Manoj Singh said...

Ohhhh nice! Looking forward to it!

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Jennifer Reynolds said...

so beautiful. love the simplicity and rich textures. Your work is too good!

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Cynthia Carolina said...

nice work, interesting technique Little Sue implemented these!

Miska said...

overlapping parts were very good, great.
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Enchanting!

Anuszka said...

I love it!

Manoj Singh said...

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