Trippy Glitch Figure Art Experiment

Lately my arm has been hurting a little bit (now it's starting to feel better) so painting and drawing have been difficult. To keep the creative flow going, I pulled out old scans of figure drawings I did in an anatomy book and did some trippy glitch edits of them. Here is what the original pieces looked like:

I love the originals. I had an idea to fill up an anatomy book with figure drawings, I got quite a few done, but no where near filling up the book. I stopped having the time and resources to go to figure drawing groups in the area. However, I thought it would be really interesting to do some abstract trippy edits in glitch style and bright colors of these. Another layer of processing. I used GIMP to edit these scans of the drawings in anatomy books, using a variety of filters and distortions and selective color editing. Here are the results and I'll let them speak for themselves.

Prints are available for these on my DeviantArt shop. I use DeviantArt because the prices are reasonable (you can get a print from $4-5 dollars), the prints are quality, and I get a the best percentage of printing compared to other print on demand sites. I've ordered prints through them, and they say it can take up to 2 weeks, but usually I get them within a week, and have been happy with all of them.

I hope you enjoy this latest project. I will be making more over the weekend.

If you enjoy my work and would like to support, I would truly appreciate it! I will be starting Grad School this fall in Expressive Art Therapy and need all the funds I can to survive.

Thank you for visiting!

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