[CSS animation: There are 4 groups of AG pictures above, and each group contains 2 Colored Pencil Lines pictures.
Each group performs multiple animations independently, as follows:
1. group1 (top-left) is fading in/out its pictures in turn, and it rotates around the Z axis;
2. group2 (top-right) is fading in/out its pictures in turn, and it rotates around the Y axis;
3. group3 (bottom-left) is fading in/out its pictures in turn, and it rotates around the X axis;
4. group4 (bottom-right) is fading in/out its pictures in turn, and it spins around the X&Y axes concomitantly.
During the fade in/out transitions both CPL
pictures of one group are semi-visible; therefore, there is a bit of an animation chaos there. However, things look more
interesting that way. Note that all rotations are performed positively only.]
This last category of Abstract Graphics, named Colored Pencil Lines, is superb: very delicate, truly abstract, and also very rare. Words
are somewhat not sufficient to properly describe such strange looking pictures; all we can do is admire them. However, you should know that it is
a matter of pure luck to create any of the CPL AG pictures above.
CRITERIA OF ORDERING A NEW CPL PICTURE
There are no criteria of ordering a new CPL picture (or more of them). Note that we can process these AG pictures, except it is
way too difficult to control/predict either the form or the component colors. CPL pictures simply bloom up at some point during
processing (rather unexpectedly), and that's it.