The "Rock my World" series was created using images of actual rocks - either close-up details of their surface, a group of them in the landscape or a combination of both. The image was placed in Photoshop and the painstaking task of outlining the cracks, crevasses and shapes began. Once that was accomplished the original photo, the outlines and a mix of other layers & photos were blended to get these multi-layered, colorful pops of fun! I highly recommend ordering them on the glossy aluminum for an extra "wow" factor!
If you're interested in reading more about these pieces check out this blog post!
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