Team 2nd/Team Kohlrabi/Jakubczak

Team 2nd/Team Kohlrabi/Jakubczak

In this photo we attempted to photograph the Rayleigh-Taylor Instability using Acrylic Paint. A 10 inch by 10 inch canvas was laid on top of a plastic protective sheet and approximately 2-5 ounces of acrylic paint was poured onto it. While the paint is poured, laminar flow must be used to ensure that there is no mixing of the paint.

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  • Ciaran Rochling
    Dec 15, 2023 11:28

    Hey there Peter!
    Your group really nailed this setup! I love the color palette you decided to run with. However, the addition of the gold feels like a small afterthought. Other than that I love it. Awesome work capturing the vortices.

  • Jonathon Gruener
    Dec 13, 2023 14:02

    I love the colors in this. I have seen images like this, but the choice of using acrylic paint really added to the variety of colors in your image.

  • Riley Menke
    Dec 7, 2023 21:39

    I really like the color palette you guys chose for this image, very unique!

  • Sam Lippincott
    Dec 7, 2023 15:55

    I’m absolutely gutted I missed the experimentation of this. It’s so beautiful. I may have to try the technique on my own to check out the flow and create some great art simultaneously.

  • Sierra Greeley
    Nov 28, 2023 20:30

    Hello Peter,
    Like I said in the critique I the bright colors in this image are very visually striking. I think the addition of the tan paint helps to break up the blues throughout the image. I also really like the patterns that you were able to capture.


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