Posts Tagged “UV”
My Scorpion Galaxy painting shot with 35mm film, scanned with fade correction set to high and slight manipulations of brightness and contrast.
Desert Moonrise – From my imagination. Stretched fabric canvas on heavy cardboard. Acrylic paint: Phosphorescent and fluorescent (UV) pigments. Photo light: black-light.
Ring Spiral Galaxy from my imagination. Acrylic paint – yellow and multicolored stars on black background. Phosphorescent and fluorescent (UV activated) pigments.
Modeled on a 1992 photograph by Dennis L. Mammana and featured at APOD January 25 2009.
Acrylic paint – red and green nebula on black background. Phosphorescent (glow-in-the-dark) and fluorescent (UV light activated) pigments.
12″ x 16″ stretched fabric canvas, heavy cardboard panel. Acrylic paint. Phosphorescent (glow-in-the-dark) and fluorescent (UV light activated) pigments.
From my imagination. 22″x28″ Stretched fabric canvas on wood frame. Acrylic paint – sunset. Phosphorescent and fluorescent pigments. Photo light source: UV black-light.
9″ x 12″ pencil and fluorescent water color. Characters modeled on a painting by Frank Frazetta. Photograph: UV (blacklight) ultraviolet light source.