Tag Archives: Pierre Duranleau

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Experiments with FilterForge – part 5

Continuing with my crazy experiments of transforming scanned original images using a variety of Filterforge filters. This time around, it’s taking a drawing that I made based on a Leonardo painting, entitled ‘Cecilia Gallenari’. I […]

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Experiments with FilterForge filters – part 4

The fascination and experiments with using FilterForge 2d filters continue with these variations on a theme, taken from an 90s multimedia drawing I produced titled ‘Meltdown’. Enjoy. Pierre. ‘Meltdown’

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Experiments with FilterForge effects – part 3

More of my fascination with experimenting with the creative line of FilterForge 2d filters. Enjoy 🙂 Pierre ‘500 Billion Sold’  

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Experiments with my device drawing app

My sons and I are delving into my new device drawing app. We were having fun drawing different versions of the fabled Batman character. Enjoy 🙂 P. Device drawing app. 2016. Device drawing app. 2016. […]

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The Apparation of Grishenko

Pierre Duranleau: ‘The Grishenko Apparition’, c1999 One of three allegorical panels from the Anthropo-Technikon series, this painting combines pseudo-religious and post-industrial age mythological themes. The title itself suggests religious connotations reminiscent of subjects taken from early Western art. For […]

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Old Cafargo 3D Stuff

Here’s some old Cafargo 3D material. These ancient clip tidbits were more like sketches and ideas for animations that never saw the light of day. But, I learned much in the process and had some […]

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