Exploration of levitation through overlap and level of detail.
Exploration of levitation through overlap and level of detail. This one has a somewhat simpler feel, with fewer hues.
Painterly digital brushstrokes with subtle textures and a definite gap. Seems to be lacking some neurotransmitters, though.
How about a phalanx of spheres, only in hot pink?
A phalanx of spheres at parade rest. What happens when they begin their march?
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That circle is MASSIVE; warps spacetime and bends light. Seems like such a sweet little thing, too.
Love the sense of depth here; I like being able to accomplish some serious 3d effects using only 2d tools. Warm and cool battle it out.
Moments after the alien craft splashed down in the Pacific. What happens next?
An older design that's held up really well. One of my all-time favorites.
Dreaming of Venice
Love the depth in this one. I want to go there.
She Waits V2.0
I have a love/hate relationship with out Arachnid neighbors. So beautiful. So creepy. At least this one seems regal.
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I have a love/hate relationship with out Arachnid neighbors. So beautiful. So creepy.
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Ominous otherworldly orb observing omnisciently. With extra orbiness.
Ominous otherworldly orb observing omnisciently.
Not sure if this is the way out, or just another trap.
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I have no idea how to explain this one.
Pretentious riff on the duality of light, man.
A play on words, having something to do with the whole holes in holiness.
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The fabric of reality is coming undone.
What's past is prologue.
And again, woah. Go easy, there, Keanu.
The Qibla is sign that points worshippers to Mecca. I love the utility of this deeply spiritual symbol. Cleaner and more architectonic version.
The Qibla is sign that points worshippers to Mecca. I love the utility of this deeply spiritual symbol.
Sometimes your mistakes can be your best work.
Lost. A lament for wisdom. For reasoned debate. For progress. For peace of mind. For women. For humanity. For Earth.
The vast majority of the universe is invisible and mysterious and alien and I need my bwanky.
Looking Down the Barrel of the Beamsplitter
Imagining life as a subatomic particle.
Thinking about the spark of creativity.
Finding the Positive Among the Negative
More experiments in creating 3d with 2d tools. A very Japanese feel.
Simple shapes yield subtle complexity.
Echo - Dark
Version 2.0 - the colorful but more subdued sibling.
Creating 3d effects with simple 2d tools.
We miss you still, David.
The business end of an oath at molecular scale.
A shock wave of sweet, sweet color.
Copper Nick Us
Copernican revolution in coppery hues.
A wee tribute to Japanese culture. Or maybe just good ol' appropriation.
A Series of Setbacks
Trough after trough - but notice how things always smooth out again?
Yes, it's a birD. I have no idea why the Internetizens insist on "birb." (Autocorrect hates it.)
Last remnant of a once great civilization. One my all-time favorites.
Anywhere But Here
Wishful thinking or maybe just a broken compass.
A more painterly, watercolor style.
Portal Guardian 2
A very stingray-esque form, guarding a porthole-esque portal. With circle-packing via Percolator App.
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A very stingray-esque form, guarding a porthole-esque portal.
An Interconnected Series of Demons
A play on the infamous description of the Internet by Senator Ted Stevens. The circle pattern added devil horns for me.
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A play on the infamous description of the Internet by Senator Ted Stevens.