Ummm...WOW...I have to agree with Cagliostro...And I thought the animated one was like looking in the top of a tornado...your second one in this
thread is amazing...Now...this one reminds me of all of the species that grew out of that original amoeba-like organism back when life first
started...OR...better yet...the central figure reminds me of a human embryo with all of the other species that are purported to be in our genetic
makeup...spiraling outward...much like the DNA molecule itself......I agree with Cagliostro also in..........Where are the prints...?
one day soon I shall start selling my art I only just started showing it several months ago so I haven't looking into where to get hi quality prints
how to set all that stuff up as well as how to frame\preserve them as well as get them out to the people who want them.
so all in due time but when I do get all that I shall try my best to make sure the awesome people here at A.T.S. know first since that's gonna be a
that is awesome though i dint even think of looking at it in that way except for the embryo cause once i saw that i just had to leave it
thank you for the received ovation lol. I currently have 4 more that I am working on but that will be well over a year before those are completely
ready and self-approved for public presentation on them.
and to answer your question from my other thread just to save me some typing but yes i have thought about doing posters but i want to do them in a new
and awsomely interesting way one of which you wouldn't think of in terms of being a poster...
but I'm weird like that the more detailed I get I cant allow myself to focus back out, only going in further idk why but I cant wait to show my art
to the world the way I imagine it in my head.
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