I noticed that A Lot I mean A LOT of people liked the photoshop picture I did years ago of my concept of the elements. It may be my most faved picture and it still gets faves every now and then even though I made it years ago and I currently think it doesn't look very good. SO! Since my perception of the Elements has changed as with my skill in photoshop (( though I prefer CS4 to what I used to make this)) I decided to make a new picture.
This diagram is of the 4 elements which are base elements, 2 are opposite on temperatures and the other 2 with gravity. Hot, Cold, In the Sky, or on the Ground. These elements break into sub elements, the sub elements being the base element but different components of it as a whole. Aside from the basic 4 there is also Time, Space,Light and Dark. Light and Dark is not good and evil but rather physical manifestation of Life and Light, Shadow and Death. Space and Time encompass Earth,Air,Fire,Water,Light and Darkness and are elements of there own in a sense since the physical world fit's in space and ages with time.
The rest should be fairly obvious, Water is water, Ice is Ice and snow and things of the like and Cool is freezing temperatures and the lack of energy. Fire is fire, Magma is Lava or extremely heated materials that aren't gas and Heat is melting and boiling temperatures and the pressence of energy. Wood is all manner of plants the grow from trees to grass and flowers, Rock is all manner of mixed minerals from boulders and gems to sand and Metal is purified earth material such as Steel, Iron or Gold. Wind is general gusts torrents and flows of air or twisters tornados and hurricanes, Lightning is all natural non man made forms of electricity and Sky is flight or weightlessness, the ability to defy gravity while earth elements are bound to it.
Absolutely wonderful presentation. Your description of your presentation is amazing as well. It's quite apparent that you have truly expressed yourself in this awesome work.
Whatever your background, you have an amazing grasp of the mystical nature of our universe -- better than many who're considered "experts" in the occult and mysticism. Your work and insights are inspirational. Thank you for sharing both, and I hope you'll continue inspiring us with your wonders. ~Namaste