Branson's Virgin VacationsBranson's Virgin Vacations in Art Features More Like This
Branson’s Virgin Vacations
Wizard of Fun - Richard Branson by somartin
As soon as we saw this story here at DeviantArt HQ we all started sharing our favorite destination deviations. Beautiful beaches, tropical islands and otherwise exotic getaways that have us all sharing with each other where we would go if we had unlimited vacation time.
Sir Richard Branson has again shown the better way to the future means taking a chance on the ba
Annie LeibovitzShareAnnie Leibovitz in Art Features More Like This
October 2nd marks the birthday of Annie Leibovitz, the most important photographer of the “Sixties Generation.” We celebrate with a gallery of photographs that can quite rightly be said to be inspired her work.
Annie Liebovitz portrays the power of women in the artistic field. She is the perfect example for all the females out there who are being judged and have less opportunities just because of their gender. But not only she is a great role model but her body of work is such an inspiration either she is creating directed photography for Vogue or nude ablative and minimal captures for Pirelli Calendar (2000). She is creating magic that makes everyone fall in love all over again with the concept of photography and art in general
Couple by guszti132
Her photography in fact transcends the category of picture
An Open Letter To The Ghostbusters Production TeamAn Open Letter To The Ghostbusters Production Team in Art Features More Like This
AN OPEN LETTER TO THE GHOSTBUSTERS PRODUCTION TEAM
ghostbuster by gbrsou
The Google Doodle as Web IconThe Google Doodle as Web Icon in Art Features More Like This
The Google Doodle as Web Icon
Google homepage art I did by jimlee00
For those of you keeping current, the Google logo on the Google homepage is occasionally altered, sometimes to bring attention to an event, sometimes to celebrate famous artists and scientists on their birthdays. These clever alterations are “doodles” and they are often created by guest artists.
Tattoos: The Power ShiftTattoos: The Power Shift in Art Features More Like This
Tattoos: The Power Shift
Tattoo Ad Campaign – Dragon by Battledress
Foreword by techgnotic
The Today Page editorial team would like readers to join us in welcoming Rosie Yanikyan to our e–pages as a special correspondent for all manner of cultural concerns. A longtime poet member of the dA community, Rosie has taken on the incredible rich history of the Tattoo art form from a very interesting angle. We look forward to more communiques from moon-sorceress.
Chains of Ink that once held humans enslaved now empower Skin Ego communities.
Da Vinci's Dangerous GameDa Vinci's Dangerous Game in Art Features More Like This
Da Vinci's Dangerous Game
Lady With an Ermine by Leonardo da Vinci
This story had us wondering; would Leonardo Da Vinci have kept his deviations in storage, or just deleted them?
The painting is The Lady with an Ermine. Da Vinci’s model is Cecilia Gallerani, a mistress of Ludovico Sforza, the Duke of Milan. The Duke is Da Vinci’s patron of the last 18 years. Lumiere Technology in Paris has created a new technique for “x-raying” paintings called the Layer Amplification Method (LAM). A series of intense lights are projected on to a painting. Measurem
Infinity Seven Takes On the Coming Zerg InvasionInfinity Seven Takes On the Coming Zerg Invasion in DeviantArt Announcements More Like This
:icontechgnotic: by techgnotic
StarCraft II is the hot tournament videogame that just may breakthrough as the harbinger of the esports phenomenon and one of the great cultural game-changers of all time.
Midnight in Anaheim. Caffeinated casters boom rapid fire commentary rattling the packed hall. Elite Starcraft players from around the globe execute complex strats that would have made Rommel the Desert Fox himself proud. 20,000 are in attendance, on the edge of their seats, and cheering as loudly as any soccer match as they watch the 30-foot screens hanging from the rafters. Another four and a half million are watching the streams live. The feeling is that of an NCAA Final Four game, set in a European soccer stadium, somehow shoehorned into a casino showroom in Las Vegas. It’s all of the skill, the fan devotion and the spectacle anyone could pos
Odyssey II: That Which Can Be ImaginedOdyssey II: That Which Can Be ImaginedOdyssey II: That Which Can Be Imagined in Art Features More Like This
Final Thoughts from Clive Barker
Odyssey. I can think of no better word to describe the journey that took place these past few months.
With the prologue, “They’re Mad, They Are,” I began work on a vessel that was not yet ready for sea. And on that holed ship, together we embarked over open waters towards an unknown destination.
What I then witnessed both touched and humbled me. You, the mighty crew of the HMS Ody
Don't Panic! Prep The TARDIS! Call The Banners!Watch depthRADIUSDon't Panic! Prep The TARDIS! Call The Banners! in DeviantArt Announcements More Like This
DeviantART Presents Artists’ Alley
The heavy metal enchanted trace leukocytes (midichlorians) that course through the systems of all deviants are coming to life as internal compasses begin to all bend all time and space in one direction, to one set of co-ordinates, to one ultimate destination:
It’s that time of year again. Pass your Voight-Kampff test, grab your OTP and patch up your sunken ships. COMIC-CON 2014 is nigh.
Blade Runnerby chrisfkn
It's Alright, Ma (I'm Only Hypothesizing)It's Alright, Ma (I'm Only Hypothesizing) in Art Features More Like This
IT’S ALRIGHT, MA (I’M ONLY HYPOTHESIZING.)
Dylan by TheCheshireRunt
Creativity can happen anywhere and where you least expect it...
Who says scientists and surgeons and other “careful” professionals have to work in their antiseptic chambers without benefit of their favorite artist’s art. Creativity in daily life can flow despite the most daunting strictures…
Five Swedish scientists have a wager on which researcher can, before retiring, insert the most Bob Dylan quotations into officially published texts (but, they stress. not
The emotional shield that prevents hurt.Being an artist = Being sensitive.The emotional shield that prevents hurt. in Personal More Like This
We all know it. Making something and then showing it out there makes you very vulnerable, emotionally.
What if people think it's shit? What if they think it's weird... what will they think? Will that reflect on how they think of me as a person?
I know what some of you are thinking right now... 'You should care less about what people think of you or you art.'
In a sense you are right.. than again, you SHOULD care what people think of you and your art! They are your market and potential clients.
It's easier when you're already doing your dream job and couldn't care less for other potential directions... but most of us will always stay interested in new opportunities.
They= Everyone who see your personality and/or artwork.
Being an artist = Being lonely.
Artists of a certain type tent to stick together. Industry veterans seems to ignore the public eye and the internet fully. Some artists in the making clut
A big black hole called: Procrastination.Procrastination is an infinite cycle that becomes bigger and bigger the longer it's there and the time wasted being sucked into it is a dark matter of nothing.A big black hole called: Procrastination. in Personal More Like This
hahah I figured this was the most dramatic way to put it, but yeah, it's real and it sucks.
For those who don't know what it means: Procrastination is the practice of carrying out less urgent tasks in preference to more urgent ones, or doing more pleasurable things in place of less pleasurable ones, and thus putting off impending tasks to a later time, sometimes to the "last minute" before the deadline.
We all suffer from procrastination. It is pretty innocent when you have it with household chores or packing your suitcase before you go on a holiday.
But it becomes a serious problem when you do it with the important things in your life. I take it you're an artist if you're reading this and the biggest aim of being an artist is to be an even better one.
As shown in previous journals there are many
The problematic behavior of online artists.There is a bunch of things online artist do terribly wrong on a regular basis. Some of it might be directly aimed to you and some might be things you from others.The problematic behavior of online artists. in Personal More Like This
Way too little time spend on painting/practice.
People making nit pick pointers.
The extreme fuzz about labels and methods.
Witch-hunting/ talking smack.
However I'd like to start with a totally opposite note:
This year I've also experienced great support from the art community for which I'm dearly grateful for.
:icontituslunter: got me an amazing birthday gift(video), made by him and fellow awesome artists:
And the support I've had this past week with the event of my sisters death has been incredibly helpful. (Thank you for all the donations, there are no more worries about money anymore thanks to you awesome people!)
(most of) You seem to spend way to li
Don't let the crap of the internet brainwash you.warning: This journal is my opinion and my view on things. I support open-mindedness and the possibility of anything.Don't let the crap of the internet brainwash you. in Personal More Like This
The internet is full of it: People with strong opinions. Usually about 'how to do things' and 'how to absolutely not do things'.
Ask any given person this question: What is good art?
They will all give you a different answer and some of those answers are waaaay to specific for their own good.
Meaning they have a very specific view on what is good and see other work that does not meet up those qualifications as: bad, fake or cheating.
It is natural to have a preference toward certain topics or techniques when making art, but it's wrong to push those ideas upon others as a set of rules. (kinda like forcing someone into a religion)
Art should be a free medium for people to express themselves, even if this means their work goes against your standards or deems unpleasant for your taste.
(Child pornography, animal cruelty etc not included, there are limits to
The 5 bullshit myths of concept art.Concept art is getting bigger and bigger. More people know what it is nowadays, it gets shown in the media more often and more books get released. This automatically results into more people wanting to become concept artists. So many artschools are now creating special courses all towards game art or concept art. (Game art can also include UI design, 3D modeling etc.).The 5 bullshit myths of concept art. in Personal More Like This
Yet it is a fairly new thing to most people and the idea of "becoming a concept artist" has grown rapidly over such a short time that a lot of people who are new to it seem to get a lot of misguide info. I am going to try to list this misguided info and direct you to the correct info.
(Again I would always advise you to do your own research and form your own knowledge and not just simply agree with what you read online, not from anyone, not from me. Even though i'm right .. ofcourse. *wink *wink )
Introducing the new Journal Portal! TweetIntroducing the new Journal Portal! in DeviantArt Announcements More Like This
News, blogs, and journals have been merged into one, unifying these systems in order to make them simpler to use and more consistent in appearance and functionality. In bringing them together, now categorized as deviations, they're able to receive the same great benefits as all deviations on the deviantART network. Including the following:
Using the Journal Portal, you'll be able to look through an endless stream of content. Much like deviations, you may now flick through journals quickly. View Newest to find what's hot right now in the deviantART community, or view Popular
Happy 13th birthday, and thank youToday marks deviantART's 13th birthday and a handful of us -- spyed, mccann, chris, and me -- have been on this amazing journey since pretty much day one. Thirteen years ago, most of us in that handful were just teenagers, unknowingly embarking on a time in our lives that would shape us, inspire us, and be truly thought-provoking in ways we could have never imagined. Today, I find myself so fortunate to play a role in the ongoing journey that has deviantART at the forefront of solving complex problems that affect the creative community.Happy 13th birthday, and thank you in Personal More Like This
Throughout the years, I've met incredible people at deviantMEETs, town hall meetings, and visits to new countries -- all of which have fostered relationships and changed my life. I'm extremely grateful to have talked with every deviant who has crossed my path -- even in a note, comment, or journal. The deviantART community has flourished and prospered in the past 13 years, and we're thankful for that,
Join us for a deviantMEET in Hollywood!We're be hosting a Las Vegas deviantMEET!Join us for a deviantMEET in Hollywood! in DeviantArt Announcements More Like This
Posted on October 21, 2013
Join us for a deviantMEET in Hollywood!
DeviantART's headquarters are located in Hollywood, and we're hosting a deviantMEET in our own backyard!
Hollywood Sign by deviantARTGear
Introducing the Premium Content PlatformIntroducing the Premium Content Platform in DeviantArt Announcements More Like This
DeviantART is proud to announce our Premium Content Platform
Providing the ability for content creators to become sellers and generate real earnings by making digital files of their high-quality work available for download. Sellers are able to set their own prices while retaining 80% of all revenue earned, and buyers are able to quickly get the things they want with the satisfaction of supporting the artists they love.
What is Premium Content?
The Premium Content Platform was built to represent high-quality content — the premier pieces in an artist's repertoire of work. We encourage the sale of everything from comics or stories for download, to high-res files like .PSDs, textures, tutorials, brush packs, and more!
Male Sexuality in CrisisAnd yet men are constantly beaten up over bizarre invented concepts such as rape culture and patriarchal privilege. The bizarre but inevitable conclusion of all this is that women are fuelling their own unhappiness by driving men to consider them as sex objects and nothing more, because the thought of engaging in a relationship with a woman is horrifying, or too exhausting to contemplate. And the sexodus will affect women disproportionately harshly because research data show that when women "act like men" by having lots of casual sex, they become unhappy, are more likely to suffer from depression and destroy their chances of securing a meaningful long-term relationship.Male Sexuality in Crisis in Personal More Like This
We can be quite sure now that the sexodus is not some fringe, isolated internet movement as "Men Going Their Own Way" has sometimes been characterised. A combination of disastrous social engineering, special privileges for women, the relentless mockery of white men on the basis of their sex and skin colour and the econo
**RAPE** ON CAMPUS -Rolling StoneIn the "Good 'Ol Days", all it took for a black man to get lynched was the accusation of a white woman. No proof necessary. These days, we're much more sophisticated. Now we only lynch college students. It makes no difference if the lynchers are racists or feminists.**RAPE** ON CAMPUS -Rolling Stone in Personal More Like This
Games Don't Need DiversityTo put it simply, people who play games don't view the player character as a separate person, but an extension of themselves as the player. Players generally care more about what a character can do rather than their demographics. The only people who seem obsessed with having a player character who is like them are SJWs, not people who normally play games because they enjoy them.Games Don't Need Diversity in Personal More Like This
Honey Badger Radio: Shit Feminists Say the ThirdNewsHoney Badger Radio: Shit Feminists Say the Third in Personal More Like This
Woman attacks roommate and sets him on fire over a plate of spaghetti and meatballs
Melissa Dawn Sellers of Clearwater florida, was placed in police custody after an act of extreme domestic violence. It is alleged that Melissa became upset after after finding that her roommate, Carlos Ortiz Jr., had thrown out her meal of leftover spaghetti and meatballs.
The conflict resulted in her dousing him with nail polish remover and setting him on fire. A friend of the victim, Ines Causevic, describes his condition in gruesome detail.
“When he got up, his face was like melting off, it was pink and sore,” said Causevic. “His lips were burning.”
The man was rushed to Tampa General Hospital where he is in Critical condition, with burns to his face, chest, and shoulders.
This isn’t her first run in with the law either. She was previously charged with assault and armed robbery in May of last year. She was released in January, her court file declaring that she
Devious Journal EntryNEW HAMMERFALL MUSIC!!!Devious Journal Entry in Personal More Like This
Their new song and video are fantastic. Power Metal at it best. As a special treat you get to see a ton of Andreas Marschall (creator of Hector, HammerFall's Mascot) and my art brought to digital life while you bang your head and hold your hammer high
Devious Journal EntryCaptain Grimbeard and Mon'Goro, the Warlord of the Wastes. See, re-socializing inmates works. And- DING! Oooh! Plop Tarts are done!Devious Journal Entry in Personal More Like This
The Savage Beauty of Gears of War:icontechgnotic:The Savage Beauty of Gears of War in Personal More Like This
WARNING: Interviews subject to "interruptions" due to "disturbances"
beyond the dA video crew’s control.
Ever wonder what it’s like to be an artist working on one of the world’s hottest shooter games inside the HQ of one of the world’s most respected videogame development companies? Ever dream of imagining and creating the alien landscapes and the superheroes and monstrous creatures who inhabit them?
These exclusive interviews only from deviantART at Epic Games HQ with Gears producers Cliff Bleszinski and Rod Fergusson and Gears artists Chris Perna, Wyeth Johnson, Shane Caudle and the rest of the Gears artists gang reveal what it takes to make a team of sorcerers to conjure, capture and render pure mayhem for our videogame rapture. They deliver insight into what their journey was like from when they first realized that art was their only life path and travel
But is it Art?But is it Art? in Personal More Like This
But Is It Art?
Perhaps the eternally unanswerable question. But definitely something to chew on... When I first saw it, I was instantly captivated.
At first thought, what a brilliant example of modern pointillism! Has some unknown artist taken up the long abandoned banner of Georges Seurat and presented us with a new manifesto championing art as points of light illuminating our waking dreams?!
Gum Wall in Seattle
by Paul Balcerak
OK, I see now it’s not a painting at all, so my pointillism exuberance is dashed. It’s more likely one of those photo collages with thousands of small imag
The Fractal Universe:icontechgnotic:The Fractal Universe in Personal More Like This
Is a photograph only a record, something created by a machine? Can photography ever truly be considered art? That question seems quaint and laughable these days, but if you do a little research you will find that once upon a time it was a raging debate. Thankfully a consensus has been reached that the agency of the photographer – his or her eye and critical mind – choosing the subject and manipulating the machine (the camera that is the art instrument) is what establishes photographs as potential works of art when created by an artist-photographer. Pretty basic common sense, huh? So why then is there now a debate as to whether FRACTAL ART is truly art – or just something produced by poking patterns into a computer? Isn't it just really random e-graffiti, a fibonacci button mash?
Here we go again… Hopefully it won’t take nearly a century again before fractal art is recog
Site Update: Commenting on CollectionsIn our continuous effort to improve the deviantART experience, we're publishing weekly Site Updates to keep members informed and to gather feedback. Below is a list of recent changes to the site, bug fixes, and feedback that was brought up by members in the last Site Update.Site Update: Commenting on Collections in DeviantArt Announcements More Like This
The Submit page did not specify that keywords had been changed to tags. Fixed by kemayo
Copying and pasting rich text into the tags entry box on the Submit page did not work. Fixed by szlosek
Pasting space-separated text into the tags entry box on the Submit page would not create a tag per word. Fixed by szlosek
Typing a @ in the middle of a word would erroneously load the username autocomplete menu. Fixed by trezoid
When in Chat, clicking on a link would open that link in the already open window, rather than opening it in a new window or tab. Fixed by trezoid
Comments left on a Group
Site Update: Adjustment Tools in deviantART muroIn our continuous effort to improve the deviantART experience, we're publishing weekly Site Updates to keep members informed and to gather feedback. Below is a list of recent changes to the site, bug fixes, and feedback that was brought up by members in the last Site Update.Site Update: Adjustment Tools in deviantART muro in DeviantArt Announcements More Like This
Image Adjustments and Cropping in deviantART muro
Last week, we launched a new set of tools for Muro to Beta Testers, and thanks to the efforts of the Beta Testers in reporting bugs, and mudimba's quick work fixing those bugs, we are launching these tools to everyone!
The new "Adjust" panel allows you to adjust a variety of color settings, including contrast, tint, and color temperature. These changes can be applied to an individual layer or the whole image, giving you an even broader means of creating dynamic works of art!
The New Way To Write JournalsSta.sh Writer's toolbar and sidebar have been incorporated into the Write a Journal Entry page to make for a more dynamic journal creation experience!The New Way To Write Journals in DeviantArt Announcements More Like This
New! The Sta.sh sidebar now gives you direct access to community-created emoticons! The Emoticon tab of Sta.sh Writer's sidebar has been updated to display both official emoticons and recently popular emoticons created by community members. Both sections have been given "Show more" buttons, so that you can explore either section in addition to searching for a specific emote using the sidebar's search box.
Some of the most highly requested features for the Journal submission page have been present in Sta.sh Writer for some time, such as rich-text formatting and a formatting toolbar. With Sta.sh Writer's advanced capability added, writing a Journal becomes even easier than before. All of Sta.sh Writer's tools are available, and because the journal is being created
Introducing the Holiday 2012 Apparel Collection!Welcome, deviantARTGear Watchers & MORE!Introducing the Holiday 2012 Apparel Collection! in DeviantArt Announcements More Like This
New to the deviantART T-Shirts & Gear team, we'd like to introduce Forest Stearns ($draweverywhere), Art Director of deviantART Brands. Forest is excited to offer you an insider preview today and share how our brand new Holiday 2012 Collection (which launches this week!) evolved from concept to reality.
Read about the creation of It's Art. Click here to see the process journal.
Hello, my friends!
I'm excited to tell you about a huge project we’ve been working on that's finally going to see the light of day (or your computer screens) this week! For the first time, de
Apparel Collection: CMYThe most difficult part of putting a piece of art on a printed surface is making sure it translates successfully. This design came about after I created a presentation for my co-workers on color theory. A lot of studying went into the lecture, and because I was presenting to deviantART staff, I wanted to make sure everything I was saying was on point. Color theory has everything to do with association -- in other words, how the colors live next to each other on the color wheel in the visual spectrum. When looking at your screen, it takes the three colors – red, green, and blue added together on a black canvas -- to make all of the colors you are seeing. But in traditional media and print technologies, it takes three other colors starting from the white canvas to make the infinitely wide gamut of hues: cyan, magenta, and yellow. In theory, mixing the three colors (referred to collectively as “CMY”) will make black, but in most cases, it makes an organic dark grey. ForApparel Collection: CMY in Personal More Like This
The dA Nomad Bag Has Arrived!We've made some pretty cool bags here at deviantWEAR. They're durable, stylish, and tailored to your digital and artistic lifestyle. But if there's one thing we have been asked for over and over, it's a manageable bag with more space. Plain and simple, we've been working on a bag that will hold your laptop and art gear, but that isn't afraid to take on a sack lunch, some text books, a hoodie, or a small horse. (Really small.)The dA Nomad Bag Has Arrived! in Personal More Like This
You asked. We listened. Introducing the dA Nomad Bag, a roll-top laptop backpack that holds just about everything but the kitchen sink... And the little drawer that holds the bottle openers. But don't worry, because the closure on this baby doubles as a bottle opener!
What else will you be getting with this all-in-one bag? Check below!
Padded interior pocket (15"Hx10.5"W) fits up to a 15" laptop
Rear zippered pocket (9"Hx10"W) has pouches for pens and sketchbook
Rip open your skull and publish into your brainLook, let's just get this out of the way once and for all...Rip open your skull and publish into your brain in Personal More Like This
WE ALL LOVE PRINT!
I mean - we REALLY REALLY REALLY love print!
Nobody - NO-BO-DY! - wants to kill print. Not Madefire, not deviantART, not any other digital art, comic or literature provider. That isn't the point of digital at all! That conversation should be forced to stand in a corner with a dunce hat on, because it really is THAT dumb and isn't worth our time. Don't look at it. Don't talk to it. And definitely don't feel sorry for it! It's a trolling meme and doesn't have a worthy or generous thought in it's very small brainpan. It's an evil little turd with a mean spirit and no imagination.
And don't feed it either!
Let's rip open our skulls and publish directly into our brains shall we? Let's stream story-forms to our liminal cortex and mainline creativity! Let's unlearn everything we thought we knew about words, pictures, motion, sound, and the mediums we know so well, bec
Me, deviantART and Madefire...and 'Captain Stone is Missing...' Because that's what this is REALLY all about.Me, deviantART and Madefire in Personal More Like This
Don't get me wrong, I'm not going to do a big sales pitch here for my book, rather I'm going to tell you WHY I think this partnership between Madefire and dA is so exciting, and that all hinges on my experience with Captain Stone!
OK, at the risk of repeating myself, I've been on dA quite a long time. Six years. Not to be sniffed at! I've posted journals that have, at times, been deeply personal, or instructive, or sad or angry - but all human. I've bared my soul a bit, and always tried to be honest above all.
I've also shared my journey in print, then the slow move to digital. The development of Cap Stone (http://liamsharp.deviantart.com/gallery/42431821) and my move from the UK to the US. You've always seen the inner-working of my life as a pro here, and it's been my honour to share it with this fantastic community.
When it comes to creating stories, getting them seen is hard - especially in print! Ove
SDCCVery quick post - just back from an AMAZING SDCC, where we spent an inordinate amount of time with Angelo and the other great guys of deviantART. We had an amazing joint panel with them on day one, and lots of fun after that - including late-night bowling, during which I fell over. Ahem.SDCC in Personal More Like This
Here's a link to our photos - enjoy!
the importance of failingsOften times i see many artists on all levels expressing their expectations from their current progress and seeing it as they fail. They feel this way because the type of level that is set is not only high but its constantly changing to grow higher even as they are progressing passed levels of artistic skills.the importance of failings in Personal More Like This
Imagine a horse rider holding a fishing pole with sugar(your artistic level you want to reach) by the end of the string. And you the artist is the horse pursuing it.You are progressing forward but your goal is also being set higher as you progress.
And of course you will never ever reach the level that is constantly changing and i think this is an idea that every eager and striving artist should be comfortable with. To be comfortable with failing.This is not to say that you wont reach new levels , because you will.The levels you set up when you started out are much lower then the levels you set in your current phase.
The tough part is of course to stay on trac
understand a painting study dont just copyThis is purely an observation from my point of view but whenever i see a study or painting based on a masterpiece or a screen plate. The results are almost in every case very good.So this tells me that our ability to copy is quite good and its not really required to be a high level artist.Junior level to mid level ones can pull this off easily too. Everything you need to know is already in the image we are trying to copy so it becomes a recipe for us.understand a painting study dont just copy in Personal More Like This
the important thing though is to not "copy" it but to understand it and deconstruct a work method from it.And if you understand that then the work based from your own mind will be alot better.
When i see this kind of work , for me its not the level of detail and accurcy that one puts in the copied artwork that impresses me, but the images based on that learned knowledge afterwards. And to tell you the truth not many people understand this knowledge or are aware of how important it is to understand it.But the interesting phenomenon is that