Very much like how remaining colour in winter becomes intensified in the absence of strong colour, temperature, and light.
I really cannot remember how I did these.
Pareidolia ghost goblin shark lurking in my fuchsia.
I am very partial to the oily yellow-green-blues washing in from the bottom-left.
Needs more colour. Possibly.
’90s / ’00s modernism spiky toothy triangular gradient banding.
I seem to be responding to intense colour lately. Like a Mazda 767b doing a dyno pull.
This one works for me when it’s quite small. Postage stamp-sized.
If I tried to create this by painting each block of colour, it would never be as transfixing for me as what happens when I manually manipulate layers and let the software bang against the limits of what it’s supposed to be doing.
Of course for the sliver in the top-right.