This started as a daily create, Create a Ghostly Portrait of Someone Who Is Participating in ds106. I added Tina to Seth’s wonderful In Case of Fire Move to the Nearest Exit which was a response to the daily create: Draw something on fire.
THe first version, peek a Tina was static, but I quickly got the idea that Tina could use her ninja skills in the Escher world. I posted this to google+. Seeing Janet’s ghost, based on a wall painting go me started adding more characters and posted: Maze of DS106 A bit of a work in progress.
Since then I’ve added a few more. There are now 10 ds106 participants in the mix.
Some credits, all cc as far as I could see. I did use a flickr user icon for Seth and Janet’s google plus icon.
Ghostly Selfie | Flickr – Photo Sharing!
Vivi_Nottingham11 | Flickr – Photo Sharing!
RockyLou Ripped from Reality! | Flickr – Photo Sharing!
Haunted Melbourne Sunset | Flickr – Photo Sharing!
I knew there was something creepy about that fog | Flickr – Photo Sharing!
The ds106 99: #47 d&ds106 Monster Manual—Cogdog | bavatuesdays
The process was not very complicated basically a lot of layers. Only one or two slightly tricky bits were I copied railings to make a character appear behind them. Most of the images have changes in opacity and blend.
4 thoughts on “Maze of DS106”
A virtual DS106 “office” party for the holidays. I believe you accomplished the impossible…you got many (if not all) of us into one room. Wonderful concept and work. Bravo!
What a fantastic idea, and a great execution here. I can only imagine the number of layers…must be huge! I love that my son made it in! He’ll be thrilled to see this.
This is a kind of sweet.
I’ve said it on Twitter, and I’ll say it again here: this is brilliant. It reminds me of a throwback 70s or 80s poster, but now with moving parts. It has this really compelling retro feel to it that I can’t fully articulate yet, but I absolutely love. You rock.