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Nov 7, 2011 | 5:44 PM EST
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These plants have gone nuts, and if you don't view them in full-size, I'll go nuts too! And believe me, I won't look as pretty as they do.



Rated 1 / 5 stars

Hmmm, not quite sure what to think of this. It's just a pattern, I'm all for abstract artwork but the case for abstract is that you have to sell it with a description. Why you used those colours, why is it a diamond pattern? Is there a meaning?

Stickman91 responds:

It means... what it means! I wasn't aiming to convey any meaning with this; I just wanted to make something appealing to the eye. But if you can find a meaning in it, that's cool... although I guess you didn't find one...

I don't think of this as abstract; it was the result of me tiling groups of pixels and playing around with their colors in various ways until I ended up with something I was content with; it was more of a technical experiment than anything. I didn't have a good idea of what I was going to end up with when I started working, although as I made progress, what I had started to look a lot like plant life, and I sort of geared everything in that direction from there on, hence the title, "Overgrowth".

I guess stuff like this isn't your thing, but hey, that's alright.