This is using my favorite setting in Glitter Kaleidoscope. Unfortunately, it appears that QuickTime’s and YouTube’s compression doesn’t retain the intense color of the pixels in the actual app. I advise playing this as large as possible.
This video is made with the Airplay mirroring app, “Reflection.” Reflection allows you to mirror your iPad or iPhone screen on your computer. Although not all iOS apps will allow mirroring, fortunately Fluidity does, so here’s a little sample of it’s lovely flowing artistry. It’s fairly easy to create screen snapshots of Fluidity, but it’s still best viewed in motion, IMHO.
created with Fluidity
Rose Window Kaleidoscope Quilt by Ann Stretton
The individual “stained glass windows” were created with Glitter Kaleidoscope. The rest of it was done in Photoshop. Background texture is done with Stellars font from The Dingbatcave (my dingbat font site).
I will be exhibiting this print at the Wisconsin Visual Artist SouthCentral Chapter Group Show entitled “Kaleidoscope” at the Pyle Center:
WVA SC Chapter Group Show
Pyle Center, UW Campus (702 Langdon Street)
2nd and 3rd floor hallways
Exhibit dates: June 1-28, 2012
Opening Reception: Saturday, June 2, 6-8 p.m.
kaleidoscope metal prints