Osmosis — Personal Experiments with Filter Forge

I have been digging the work of Martin Naumann and have been enjoying the abstract experiments that we have featured on abdz. Here's to another titled 'Osmosis' which is a series of personal experiments using Filter Forge. I will be honest, this is the first time I have heard of this tool. Thanks for Martin, I will be definitely be checking out more, back to the series. Martin has been experimenting with creating a visual balance between liquids, textures, and colors. Props to the lovely results, check them out.

An attempt to visually interpret the chemical process of osmosis, or the balancing of concentrations between liquids. The exact geometry from each bubble is reflected outside its contour. There is a visually perfect balance between the inside and the outside.

abstract circle distortion filterforge generative gradient noise organic osmosis random

abstract circle distortion filterforge generative gradient noise organic osmosis random

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abstract circle distortion filterforge generative gradient noise organic osmosis random

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abstract circle distortion filterforge generative gradient noise organic osmosis random

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abstract circle distortion filterforge generative gradient noise organic osmosis random

abstract circle distortion filterforge generative gradient noise organic osmosis random

abstract circle distortion filterforge generative gradient noise organic osmosis random

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