With the image transformed into binary code, I then push the movement and abstraction of the digital form further towards the idea that existed in my mind's eye, carefully adjusting the colours, tones, light play and saturation.<br>
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Once I feel that I've successfully captured the essence and spirit of my initial idea, I then print onto fine art paper or board, and having gone full circle, return the work to my easel to add final details [with this piece for example I painted Paul Dirac's Field Equation on the reverse of the codagraph; echoing his theme that some things are not visible to us even though we know they exist.

With the image transformed into binary code, I then push the movement and abstraction of the digital form further towards the idea that existed in my mind's eye, carefully adjusting the colours, tones, light play and saturation.

Once I feel that I've successfully captured the essence and spirit of my initial idea, I then print onto fine art paper or board, and having gone full circle, return the work to my easel to add final details [with this piece for example I painted Paul Dirac's Field Equation on the reverse of the codagraph; echoing his theme that some things are not visible to us even though we know they exist.

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With the image transformed into binary code, I then push the movement and abstraction of the digital form further towards the idea that existed in my mind's eye, carefully adjusting the colours, tones, light play and saturation.<br>
<br>
Once I feel that I've successfully captured the essence and spirit of my initial idea, I then print onto fine art paper or board, and having gone full circle, return the work to my easel to add final details [with this piece for example I painted Paul Dirac's Field Equation on the reverse of the codagraph; echoing his theme that some things are not visible to us even though we know they exist.

With the image transformed into binary code, I then push the movement and abstraction of the digital form further towards the idea that existed in my mind's eye, carefully adjusting the colours, tones, light play and saturation.

Once I feel that I've successfully captured the essence and spirit of my initial idea, I then print onto fine art paper or board, and having gone full circle, return the work to my easel to add final details [with this piece for example I painted Paul Dirac's Field Equation on the reverse of the codagraph; echoing his theme that some things are not visible to us even though we know they exist.

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