Stained Glass

There are many practical things I should be doing, but I spent almost the entire weekend exploring a new kind of pattern. Usually I start from photographs, but this was created entirely within Photoshop. It is meant to look like stained glass, but I found that solid colored glass looked uninteresting, so I used tiny mosaics. You can click through this image to see an enlarged version at Imagekind:

Mosaic 12643f framed

Instead of black leading, I used a goldish metal which seemed prettier to me. Click below for enlarged details.

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2 Responses to “Stained Glass”

  1. Dougles Says:

    Very nice!I saw the link where you have prints for sale. What kind of material are they printed on? Thank you!

  2. dhill Says:

    Thanks for your interest!

    This one is available at Imagekind. They offer a variety of materials — matte, glossy and luster paper, and canvas, which is reported to be beautiful, but I’ve never seen a sample myself. They can also frame for you. Some of the patterns are at RedBubble, which offers the option of laminated prints.

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