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Tessellation: Liquid World by sethness Tessellation: Liquid World by sethness
Pencil shading, pen line art.
Colors shifted and saturation increased digitally; some toes and bits of the horizon were also edited digitally.

Original tessellation design.

To see more like this, visit tessellations dot org.
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SLAMBIGRAMS Featured By Owner Mar 11, 2011   Interface Designer
This is nice. I like the forms and the style.
Wondeful :)
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penngregory Featured By Owner Feb 26, 2010
:wave: your gorgeous fish is featured here [link] :clap:

Pls remember to fave the article & spread the love! :heart:


.........I've just noticed I feature this one before - guess I just love it!! ;)
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sethness Featured By Owner Mar 4, 2010
Would you mind posting your avatar in M-C-Escher-Style so I can put it in our ambigram collection?
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penngregory Featured By Owner Mar 5, 2010
I would if I could find the original file, I'll try n hunt it out! I've subbed the newer (static) version instead :)
Thanks for asking
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sethness Featured By Owner Mar 5, 2010
The newer static version is even better. *applause*
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sethness Featured By Owner Jan 29, 2010
I've always been a little unhappy with this piece, because I wish that the bottom two fish were reversed in color (and therefore, all the others above them should also be reversed coloring).

At the bottom of the picture, the dark fish should fade into the background, while the light one should overlap the bottom-sand.
Do you agree?

Also, I'm always of two minds about whether all the pieces shoudl have EXACTLY the same shape, or if it's more fun (and acceptable art) to allow each tile to be slightly unique: a longer fin here, a shorter mouth there, etc.
What do you think?
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ozplasmic Featured By Owner Jan 16, 2010  Hobbyist General Artist
You have a very distinct style Seth!
Awesome work!
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penngregory Featured By Owner May 4, 2009
this gorgeous image is featured here [link]
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WarmedOldMuslin Featured By Owner Sep 12, 2008
So that's your tessellation! Very nice!

I've been trying to start one, but cant' decide what theme to go with.
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sethness Featured By Owner Sep 14, 2008
What theme...?
Hmmm.
I approach theme-choice from three different directions:

1) I start with a shape that I know will tessellate-- triangle, hexagon, square-- and manipulate it until it looks like the vague outline of something. Wala, there's the theme, unless I notice that the shape could be one of several animals (cat or rhino or dino...).

2) I start by just noticing in daily life, that an animal or object is roughly tessellate-able (Is that even a word?) and go from there. Again, the theme's chosen for me.

3) The hard way is to start with something you WISH would tessellate, and start posing it 'til it works. That's hard work, with no guarantee of success. The best one can do is to choose an object or animal with soft sides, very poseable, and exotic enough that people won't notice if there're a couple of oddnesses in the pose and proportions. So, loose clothing... undefined species of bird, tropical fish, or reptile: these're the best.

Want tips or someone to talk to / brag to about your design? Let's talk, mon! :-D
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