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4.38 / 5.00

Uploaded
Dec 29, 2009 | 3:18 AM EST
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Other
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1600 x 1000 px
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959.5 kb
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digital
abstract
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fractal

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Tell me something about this piece. No, it's not some kind of test, I honestly do not know what to think of this.

Oh well.

Reviews


mixmaster1000mixmaster1000

Rated 5 / 5 stars

cooooool

looks awesooooooome



davadadavada

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

When I look at this

I see a lot of motion. The circles are spinning, the lines within the circles are moving, spiraling within themselves. Its actually a bit disorienting to see the motion going on and then realize its just a still frame.



TribalTribal

Rated 4 / 5 stars

A wonderful piece of art.

I like how the lines and curves flow and look slightly "cluttery" but still don't disturb the work in any way. Congratulations.



PasparPaspar

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

wooaa!!!

love this fractal-style ilustration....you did a very fine work here......



CuzoneCuzone

Rated 4 / 5 stars

Hmmm...

Fishing for people's unconscious desires? Projection is always fun!

The piece looks mechanical, the squashed circles and edged shapes gives to it an clock-like look. The repetition and colors makes me think about ground texture, dry leaves and dirt... And the predominance of black on the image reminds me of night.

So:
An vitorian pocket-clock fell on the ground and nobody saw it, it just stayed there.


NitroX72 responds:

If you want to put it that way I guess that's fine by me! :freud:

It's interesting that you got that interpretation out, most other fractals that I've used this style on were definitely more clockwork-themed, but wasn't supposed to mean anything like that here. I also thought the warped shapes were supposed to take away from the clockwork resemblance but now that I think about it some of the smaller details definitely do look clockwork-y.

Leaving time behind in the dirt, ignored and unwanted. Time hasn't caught up yet, but what will it do once morning comes? Hmm.

Thanks for the interpretation dude.