I've always been surprised what happens when adding a gradient and not using normal as the blend mode - so this challenge is very simple - gradients with a difference!
Start a new blank file
Select the Gradient Tool
Pick one of the Gradients
Select Difference as the blend mode
Select one of the Gradient types (Linear, Radial, Angle etc )
Now start mousing away with the gradient. Every stroke changes the "art"
You can try things like changing the gradient or its type between strokes, adding new layers, applying adjustments and filters to your creation. Anything goes!
Looking forward to seeing what you can come up with.
Here are a couple of examples of my playing around. The first very simple - one layer, one gradient, different types and a levels adjustment layer. The second used several layers and several gradients and several filters (just playing around so no idea what I did to get there but did use the cut-out filter)
Last Edit: May 16, 2020 22:06:24 GMT by Sepiana: Challenge No.
Fujifilm XT-3 mirrorless Nikon D7000 Photoshop Elements many versions Photoshop CC, Lightroom Classic, ON1 Raw
Helen and Ritage - Great monochrome images. So different without color and it makes the patterns stand out. Sepiana and Fotofrank - The first two images are especially mesmerizing. All the colors and shimmering lighting effect makes them very interesting.