Of the many I made I picked a few and opened them in photoshop where I added the complimentary colors of the wheel as semi-transparent overlapping areas that surround each node. The idea was to get these colors to overlap to create new tints where they intersect.
Confused emotions? In-between states? New forms of psychoses?
In order to create a suitably serious feel to the layout I added a short description and a legend. Needless to say, Arial - the font of choice for such somber endeavors was the one that was used.
The wallpapers that I made out of the randomized graphs and the wheel colors are above.
However, having gotten totally bored by now with all the poo-faced scientific inquiry stuff I took the play session to a whole new level and applied the kitschiest of kitsch, i.e., page curl effects to some of the diagrams. And I use them as desktop wallpapers to this very day!
Two of them are below and the other one is at the top of this page.
Dimension is an ongoing collection of images that I construct out of found 3D models from here and there which I re-texture and then place in stage-like settings.
The Angry Cats are a series of tutorial websites for a web design class. I tried to demonstrate to my students the benefits of trying out alternatives using the identical content and visual material by creating different sites in different design styles. Note: All texts are in Turkish since Turkish typography has extra characters that need special attention when learning how to use them.
Oldies _ really old illustrations made during my early years of photoshop.