What could be more fun than sitting for hours drawing tiny, tiny flowers? Not much…unless it’s making kaleidoscope images out of your tiny flower drawings!
The tiny flower drawings in this post are mostly from 2011 and 2012. They are the result of lots of time in waiting rooms, and they are some of my first “designs”. This is what I did before I got into whimsical gardens and everything else.
But since pictures of tiny flowers sounded kind of boring for a blog post, I decided to use “PaintShop Pro” to see what they would look like as kaleidoscopes. You may have already read Doodles and Kaleidoscopes, but I discovered some cool new stuff while doing these. So of course I got majorly carried away!
The flowers aren’t particularly tiny in “Picnic Blanket With Flowers”, but I thought they came out pretty as a kaleidoscope. THEN I discovered that there is a feature where you can change the number of sides (petals) on your kaleidoscope image.
“Flowers, Etc.” looked kind of “talavera” style as kaleidoscopes.
“Black and White”. I don’t remember how many sides I used, but you can always count them yourself…
Like I said, I got majorly carried away. Can you tell I really like geometric patterns and flowers?
This butterfly is much more recent, and it doesn’t have any tiny flowers, but I love the way the kaleidoscope came out.
How awesome are these?!
Okay, by now you’re probably thinking, “Okay, I’ve seen enough! I get the picture!” But wait! One more thing before I go…