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Sep 13, 2009 | 1:31 PM EDT
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apophysis

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Author Comments

A piece I started in Apophysis, then edited in photoshop... Well, completely morphed really.

About the name: as you can see, there's one heavily black piece, and a white piece that looks alike.
I was going to name it 'kill the binary way of thinking' but that wouldn't fit. The idea is that we mostly think like black or white, while there IS something in between too.

You could also just interpret it as me trying to be deep to seem more artistic.

Anyway, hope you enjoy the piece!

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Rated 5 / 5 stars

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I really like this. It is quite the thought to think about while looking at this piece. The human day after day, thinking, seeing relating the things so familiar to the colors they seem to relate these familiar acts with, when one moment BOOM your thought takes you to the window you never peer into, or the room you never enter, and the mix of color represents that. I really like this piece, really great job. And it is important, to think, and see what yourself, rarely sets down upon and seek out that strange sweet thought.


Mich responds:

I'm glad you like it. And I think I sort of understand what you're saying, yeah.
Thanks for the review. :)


ChronamutChronamut

Rated 5 / 5 stars

keeewl

its like a yin yang explosion with plastic wrap and paint! XD

-shawn-


Mich responds:

pretty much, as in apophysis, I had kind of a yin-yang thingie going.

And argh, you recognized that effect again :p

Thanks for the review :)