Okay, so this is the actual concluding segments of the ‘stick together’ series, where I used a mirror image effect on all kinds of different things.
And I might get a little crazy with this, just to warn you.
But when I was looking for images on Google that would be fun to do this with… from, as you may recall, people doing yoga to waterfalls, to buildings and cities and so on… I came across a photo of a skeleton.
These examples of what is to come just show how many ways you can mirror image one human skeleton. This is without resorting to doubling up on the mirror image effects… or using a photo of more than one skeleton.
But there is just something about the skeleton, with its intricacy, the curves of the rib cage, that made me want to try this.
And let’s not overlook the animal kingdom. Oh yeah, we could have fun with that… although it is making the crack squirrels that live in my head a little nervous that I am talking about animal skeletons. I may have to finish this with some squirrel bones!
I better stop for now. They are scampering around up there like… uh… rodents on amphetamines… and I am worried that they might damage something.