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RE: LMAC #62: Tornadoes

Hi @agmoore.
First, I want to tell you that I loved the idea of the myth's theme. Although as a collage it has become complicated... I find the idea very interesting.

Jason Weingart's image is shocking!

I find your collage very interesting. I observe your advances in digital art and I like them.

I like to see the colors and effects you choose. The scene is nuanced by the effects. It's really very interesting, because a tornado is a tragedy.

I looked closely at the scene and for a moment I thought the clouds were moving subtly. I looked again and realized that it was an effect of perception! (Whoever reads this comment and doesn't believe me, do the following: I looked for a few seconds and attentively at the image).

Finally, I admire your ability to combine ideas in a visual way. Well done!


Hello my friend,
I loved the myth theme, also. But then started to work out the story and figure how I was going to explain it in a collage. You know I do get very detailed (as you do). It got away from me. Maybe if I had two weeks instead of two days :))

I also was taken by the Weingart photo. Learning about tornadoes was neat. Looking up pictures was also fun.

Thank you for appreciating the effects. Ever since @quantumg started giving lessons I've realized how rich a resource GIMP can be. I like the canvas effect sometimes.

I've been staring at the clouds. Maybe they seem to move because of the alteration in lighting.

Thank you for your observations and for your kind estimation of my effort. I do love doing LMAC blogs.

Please stay well in these uncertain times.
Warm regards, AG

(I leave a tip tonight instead of an upvote because I'm running out of VP.)

I have read all of the @quantumg lessons but have not yet practiced the exercises.

After two awful weeks I finally have some time.

I'm going to start practicing on this software. I am looking forward to something nice.

Big hug!

I'm glad your schedule is easing. I look forward to see what your 'learning' yields.

Take care of yourself. 🌺 🌷 🌸

With warmest regards,