by Igor Vojtela (Igor01 online)
If you’ve visited the Xara Art Gallery lately, you can’t miss Igor Vojtela’s Propellers section in Play with Shapes and Colors. He’s created an art style entirely within Xara that’s somewhere between a pinwheel, a kaleidoscope, and a Spirograph in Op Art mode! And Igor’s been kind enough to give us all 5 Xara original propellers to examine, and best of all, he’s included IKEA-style instructions on how to assemble one. How good does that get? Download and enjoy taking something apart instead of trying to put something together this Christmas!
Born and currently based in Western Slovakia, TalkGraphics member TalkGraphics albums, and in the Xara Art Gallery threads, Play with shapes and colours and Crazy Bulbs. And don't miss seeing even more artwork on his website.has a background in teaching Maths and Physics. The “Op Art” and humorous series of illustrations he creates using Xara software are often sketched out on paper. “When I was born… crayons, pencils and brushes had already been invented, but nobody even dreamed of computer graphics.” Scribbling on paper or in a notebook has always been his favorite form of relaxation from early youth right up to the present day. “Even during my studies in math and physics I constantly drew crazy figures or surreal landscapes in my notebooks.” When you’re finished ooohing and aaahing at the five propeller graphics Igor designed exclusively as the December 2014 Xara Xone Giveaway, check out his other series of mesmerizing and fanciful (and often hilarious) works in his