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.
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.
love this fractal-style ilustration....you did a very fine work here......
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.
An vitorian pocket-clock fell on the ground and nobody saw it, it just stayed there.
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.
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