Create Your Own Kaleidoscope Art.

in creativecoin •  20 days ago 

Create Your Own Kaleidoscope Art.

Lately, I've had a lot of fun creating Kaleidoscope images using my original floral photography and thought I'd share them with you and hopefully inspire you to produce your own unique Kaleidoscope artwork.



The flowers (below) are actually Oxalis plants.

Oxalis are large genus of flowering plants and are part of the wood-sorrel family. Oxalidaceae comprises of approximately 570 species. They are found all around the world, apart from extremely cold areas and more commonly in tropical Brazil, Mexico and South Africa.

Some species are known as wood sorrels as are quite acidic to taste. Other species are called false shamrocks, or sourgrasses, but for the genus as a whole, the term oxalises is used.



Here is my original photo.





Original Tibouchina photo.


Tibouchina flowers, post editing.


Check out this editing site if you'd like to create your own Kaleidoscope masterpieces. Have Fun!

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Oh!!!! That looks fun, I'm gonna try it out.

Great! I'm sure you will really enjoy this process @livinguktawain Have fun and tag me when you post your creations. 🌻 🌼 🌻

hello friend a long time without spending
I also put this morning kaleidoscope haha
it's fun

Hi dear @txatxy

I checked out your kaleidoscope images and think they are amazing. Well done my friend. 🌻 🌼 🌻

Interesting. Is it a special software?

Lunapic is a free photo editing site. Hope you have fun with it.

Thank you, is it something a child can do to?

Posted using Partiko Android certainly is. It is very easy for kids to do and I'm sure they will get a lot of fun from creating their own kaleidoscopes. I've just been editing a few more which I will post soon.

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Howdy Trudee! How fun and interesting is that? I had no idea that program was out there either! Really beautiful.

Thank you kind sir. Yes. Its a lot of fun. You should give it a go. 😄

I might someday just to surprise you!

Ooooh. I LOVE surprises. Can't wait. 😄

Fascinating effects Trudee. I just tried the Kaleidoscope tool for the first time and it's so easy to use. Would be great for generating ideas for mandalas. Wondering if the resolution works ok for larger images like the one you have on the wall? ♥︎♥︎⚖️♥︎♥︎

Unfortunately Ally they are not good for larger images, the ones I have on my blog are in virtual rooms. They are not real. I would love to see them as mandalas though. Good idea.