Smoke Effects and Spataility

I took some of the stills from my last post and did some image manipulation to bring out some of the detail that I think gets lost in the animations. I tried to recreate and enhance the depth, particularly in the first sequence of images. The second image to me almost creates sense of spatial quality, at the very least an atmospheric condition.

But what these illustrations really succeed in is suggesting a sense of permeability and looseness. Since my design this semester is focused on the idea of adaptation, it is paramount to express the notion of boundary (or lack thereof) and its inherent flexibility. Furthermore, it is important to interrogate this idea of inside and outside space for the success of my concept and ultimately how well this looseness will be portrayed.

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