Explosion in Pink is a Rip of Alma Lee's style. I have loved the way she uses fractals within her images to add texture and so much interest. I have wanted to experiment with some of my fractals and see what I could accomplish. This is a Rip of that style that she uses. I took one of my floral images and layered it with one of my fractals a rather explosive, pink one. That didn't show off the fractal as well as Alma's work, so I added another. This one was another that looked like a huge expolsion of design and color. I layered it all over a dimensional design with 3 sections so you could see the background fractal. I added some texture and different blending modes. I was happy with the final experiment and I am entering it into the Ripped Off Exhibit here on EBSQ.
Alma is a great friend and I so thank her for allowing me to experiment with her style. I had a ball doing it and hope to do more in the future.
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