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Tools used to create this artwork: Apophysis (fractal art software)

This is gift for my mother. The artwork depicts a beating heart and it symbolizes unconditional love.

I haven't always been fair to my mom. I used to think that mothers are divine, godlike beings capable of anything. When I found out that she is "just" a human being like the rest of us, I resented her. I expected her never to fail yet to my vast astonishment, she did, many times, just like any other human being.

Then I grew up and, step by step, I got rid of that silly notion that she is supposed to be perfect. So, here it is, mom. I love you, mom. Finally I love you the way you always deserved to be loved, unconditionally.

This is why I'm giving this gift of art to you. Because you deserve it.
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representing fall :)
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Here is my entry for the Fractalize your Xmas Holidays

It is called The Nightmare before Xmas. And it is not just about the movie, it's about the NIGHTMARE before Xmas: the cooking, the baking, the cleaning, the shopping, the running around, ...

The whole thing was done with Ultra Fractal except for the figure of Jack, which was done in illustrator and was added afterward.

Please do not use without permission
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iphone artstudio fingerpainting/drawing right around the last lunar new year
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as with the matryoshka set, happy early x-mas or whatever nondenominational winter holiday you celebrate, because the holiday season is night and it already snowed up here.

iphone fingerpainting, one of my first, early attempts. artstudio lite (the free version), on the older, low-res, not to mention buggy, iphone (341x512 pixels) before we upgraded.

other holiday-related things:

winter holiday matryoshka:
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turkeys
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and a pilgrim:
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Please do not repost art without permission or without notifying me. Respect the artist and their work and do not copy, trace, or adapt and claim images or concepts as your own without crediting.
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Lucky Lunch

A lucky lunch for this spider. When I first saw it from a distance, I thought it was a bat hanging there.

The cicada was still chirping as the spider sucked the juices from it. Kind of gross but it reminded me of sitting down to dinner, feasting on a live chicken. I think I'll have tofu tonight.
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My entry to Artistic Journey Challenge:  What Does Your Artistic Journey Look Like?

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For this entry, I used one of the darkest fractals in my gallery and I made a new light counterpart, joining both in this artwork. My artistic journey is a constant battle between light and darkness. Art is the path that helps me stay in the middle of these two.
Sometimes I choose one side, sometimes the other but eventually I always come back to the middle. As I said many times before, creating artworks is a form of therapy for me. I am most creative in my darkest periods of life. Sometimes I feel like plunging deep down in the dark ocean of depression yet I am way too rational to do exactly that, so I plunge into the process of creation - which is equally consuming and deep experience and it takes it's own toll, nevertheles it's much more preferable to absolute mental breakdown. It keeps me in the middle, it keeps me sane.
Whenever there is no pain and everything goes easy, I loose the depth. I feel like something crucial is missing, my inspiration is gone. I am empty. Pain and obstacles are signs of moving forward, of evolving, changing and learning. I need to move forward, desperately. I need to face my inner darkness, accept life in it's complexity. I need to say in the middle, seeing both light and darkness. Feeling the balance, neither joy nor sorrow. A state of pure vision, observing everything and standing not above but right in the middle.
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Study done during digital painting class at uni :)
We had to reproduce a fish, or a frog, without tracing, and with all the details, as if it was done traditionally.

I chose a blue koi, because I was looking for something blue, cool and shiny :)

Original picture
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My second entry for the contest.
Here´s my first: [link]
Digital this time, Photoshop CS3
2013
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Here's my entry for "Tomb Raider Reborn"

Original size:8000px by 4942px 300 dpi (yep pretty big and detailed)

For a Portrait cropping, go to this link-----> [link]

note* bg is a matte painting using my own photographs

Edit: removed the burning man and replaced him with an archer instead. also removed the knife with spurting blood on the opponent's neck(lower right most). replaced it with a binoculars instead. guess that's it :)

P.S.
I'm not gonna release any higher resolution than this one. Hope you like it :)

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