Gallery: Image sequences of radial spreads

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Disturbulences 1 ↑

Ink is moving out fast (as can be seen by the blur) from the central point marked by the bubble.

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Disturbulences 2 ↑

Patterning begins to develop in the white and purple ink, which remain largely separate.

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Disturbulences 3 ↑

Patterning continues to develop in size and complexity.

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Disturbulences 4 ↑

The white ink develops a filmy texture in places, as well as showing great detail. The purple ink remains largely discrete.

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Disturbulences 5 ↑

The central bubble has now popped, patterning within the larger pattern.

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Ghost sees a ghost 1 ↑

Like an animated cartoon; we can watch the ghost’s eyes grow as it sees another ghost

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Ghost sees a ghost 2 ↑

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Ghost sees a ghost 3 ↑

The eyes widen …

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Ghost sees a ghost 4 ↑

The eyes open very wide …

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Purplearia 1 ↑

Like a new form of organism quickly developing

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Purplearia 2 ↑

Textures and shapes are changing …

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Purplearia 3 ↑

Patterning becomes more pronounced as this organism continues to evolve

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Water, ink and speed 1 ↑

The start of a new radial spread; the gold paint’s circular shape already modified through movement.

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Water, ink and speed 2 ↑

The spread has greatly increased in size, and complex patterning has developed.

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Water, ink and speed (detail) ↑

The stretchy ink forms lacy patterns, and the red and yellow colours remain largely discrete.

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Water, ink and speed 3 ↑

Much of the ink patterning, below right, has broken owing to the continuing outward force of the spread. A mushroom vortex develops upper left at the stagnation point.

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Water, ink and speed 4 ↑

Another detail

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Water ink and speed (detail 2) ↑

Detail of the well developed mushroom vortex.

Copyright © Pery Burge 2011-2013

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