2 16"x16" canvases, 1 16"x39" canvas, lots of acrylic gels and paints
The above shows the state of the piece pre-burglary. I've made a lot of progress - just about to start with the photos. Note that this is intended to be a large version of Shattered City, but is actually turning out to have its own personality. (Also, please note that the white spoodgy stuff in the middle had been applied merely to add texture, and dried clear. :-D)
nanila, after 2.5 hours of teleconferencing with JPL
I'm so glad we have (1) a separate meeting room for telecons and (2) a mute button on the conference phone. Because the only thing that keeps me sane is the ability to shout smartarse responses without anyone hearing me.
I could not love the last photo more--even were there a cherry on top. Hmm. Maybe just a little. And I'm left with the urge to slide across the table at you on my belly & ((bip!)) foreheads with you. Heh.
...love the colors and layers ...can't wait to see where it went and catch the textures in close-up! The clicky-click for enlargements didn't work, so I clicked ten more times each and my mouse just giggled.
These are just camera phone pictures so I figured enlargements were unnecessary. Also, I haven't worked out a free photo editing program for Windows to use until I replace my Mac. This is the problem with investing in platform-specific software. Feh.
There's always giving the new Photoshop Express Beta a try (I haven't given it a go yet, so I'd love to hear your opinion should you do so). Also, as I recall, the Windows version of Gimp is pretty powerful if a bit less user-friendly than some of the alternatives. Both of these should have platform-independence going for them.