Drawing from the discipline of psychology, this style is a modern take on the visually striking Rorschach inkblot test. Working across a vertical plane, Ink Thought's dynamic style displays two mirrored images developing simultaneously. The ink drops where you focus, bleeds, blends, and dries. It then fades slowly so you can create new mysterious forms.
Color palette used:
Your artwork has been created, but what does it mean? All artwork reveals a story about you and your brain. What were you thinking when you created your art? What kind of emotions did that conjure? Your artwork's composition is directly tied to the answers to those two questions. The key below will help offer insight to your brain ... to your story and what it really meant to you.
Color is determined by your MEDITATION levels. Low meditation levels trigger the far left color in your palette and the higher your meditation, the colors farther to the right are selected. Relaxing by taking a deep breath and/or closing your eyes will help to trigger your meditation levels.
You control exactly where you want to paint simply by facing in the direction you desire. Your PAINTBRUSH will follow. This is accomplished using a sensitive head tracking system.
The shape and form are determined by your
levels. This kind of thought could be best explained as trying to concentrate on an idea or, even better, a physical object on the screen.
With Mood Bloom, the shapes become more angular and complex as your FOCUS levels increase.
High FOCUS levels in Ink Thoughts are indicated by ink that hits the canvas with a high velocity.
Seen in Mood Bloom, vibrant color can pop off the artwork when certain blend modes are triggered. The blend modes have unique characteristics, and when they intersect, you can generate colors that are an extension of your color palette. These blend modes are determined by your
On one end of the spectrum you may see lighter results from the blending. A super meditative and sustained state will show very dark color, associated with the intensity of burning. Not everyone can trigger this. It's pretty cool when this happens.
In Ink Thoughts, the ink blends together following the visual rules of physics as seen in the natural world.