OMG Dude I haven't seen you here in SO LONG! I recognized your work as soon as I saw the image here! BEAUTY As usual! Congrats on starting into a "fine art for digital" medium! I hope it proves a gateway to digital artist with your level of talent to get the recognition they deserve.
Very interesting, and thank you for taking the time to explain. Will be exciting to see future development. Can I ask, I see on your auction that only 10% goes to you, that seems awfully low?
Without pretending to understand the significance of this development in the evolution of art and commerce,
it seems to be a means to reach a kind of non-fungible token singularity, a state in which the value of art is
redefined -- making your title of this piece especially interesting as a declaration of unique identity of the work
and identifying the digital artist as NOT to be confused with the tool that has brought it to fruition.
MichaelO must not be dismissed as a mechanistic means to a decorative end because digital art is Art and
digital artists Artists, whose work is unique, valuable and eminently collectible by the enviable.
On the fussy side, however I'd love it even more if the √ were located far lower than the figure's navel
by putting a finer point and edge on this matter of reproductive rights¹ with a more pelvic placement
nearer the locus of interface of testicals and ovaries, as if to say, "Hey, patrons, I got your proprietary interests covered, RIGHT HERE!",
all crotchety and groiny and grabby and gropy of the androgynous figure's androgyna -- closing a loop that's been gaping for a while.
¹ "Reproductive rights rest on the recognition of the basic right of all couples and individuals to decide freely and responsibly the number, spacing and timing of their children and to have the information and means to do so, and the right to attain the highest standard of sexual and reproductive health. They also include the right of all to make decisions concerning reproduction free of discrimination, coercion and violence."
-- Wikipedia quoting the WHO, World Health Organization -- not the WHATCH (World Health of Art Transactions and Culture, Honey).
I wish there was a WATCH on suffering and sacrifice for all, but especially for artists.