Look at this Eye and Meditate
If you look at this eye and meditate, you will hear and see all the answers from your recent comments and questions (keep them coming, please!) If this painting doesn’t reveal it all to you, you will have to wait until tomorrow to hear it from my own fingers …. Fantastic comments!!
The Eye, Digital Â© Diane Clancy
~ Diane Clancy
It looks like a group of people bowing down before the all seeing eye of God.
i am at a friend’s tonight using her laptop…i am amazed how different you paintings look on an lcd screen…have you seen it on a crt?
I like that, Irene … I think that was sort of the back of my mind when I called it “The Eye” but you clarified – thank you!
Sue, I haven’t looked on at crt for while … I have to do some printing in the next few days so I will check that out on the large screen upstairs. I guess you figured I work almost exclusively on the laptop.
Is it a good, bad or neutral difference? I know between different browsers and different computers it is amazing too! Before I use my reader I used to have 2 different browsers open so I could see the image and read the post while I was commenting. Lisa Call’s bright quilts were shockingly different! That was my first clue about that.
~ Diane Clancy
well there is more light coming through them, at least on the LCD screen i was using. im sure different graphic cards make a difference too. i shall refrain from answering good bad or neutral, cuz all of that is in the eye of the beholder. my preference in your work, at least for these series of digital images, is that prefer how they look on the LCD screen. the question would be , how difficult is it to match it up with output when printing?
Diane…you crack me up …in blue and yellow too. Good post, my friend!
Phenomenal write up about Look at this Eye and Meditate! Always love your point of view!