I call it, "Color Composition in Multiple Colors, #1." I went about this composition in a manner that is similar to how the late Jackson Pollock painted his paintings by using spontaneity. I first created a composition on Sketchbook Pro with the "Airbrush" tool and the "Marker" tool. I randomly drew curved lines into a doodle, using fourteen of the different sixteen standard colors. I then imported the digital composition into Adobe Photoshop and applied three different adjustments. I first used the filter called "glass" to give my composition a blurry and shiny look. Then I adjusted the colors to more blue and more yellow by using hue/saturation adjustment. Finally, I used the filter called "Stainglass" to pixilize my composition. I am pleased with how it turned out after I adjusted the size of the circles.
I am a 22 year old student at the Columbia campus of SouthUniversity. I have completed my Associates Degree of Graphic Design at South, and I am currently working on my Bachelors Degree. In the future, I plan to become a designer in a local design firm that specializes in Web Design.