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Two Planets by ChaosFissure Two Planets by ChaosFissure
Apo + Chaotica
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flippin-nuggets-25 Featured By Owner Feb 6, 2014  Student Traditional Artist
this is some of the most beautiful art i've ever seen.
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WanderingKind Featured By Owner Dec 6, 2013
A sacred journey through time and space
Step into her void and you will discover her mysteries
Through the unknown she gives birth
and shapes all that is yet unformed......
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Maruclla Featured By Owner Dec 2, 2013
DEAR GOD PLEASE SELL PRINTS!!!
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ChaosFissure Featured By Owner Dec 2, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
I will sell prints in due time -- I want to be able to physically sign prints before sending them out though! My first "gallery" that I have will be held sometime in January, and hopefully afterwards I'll be able to get prices out for shipping (at least to the continental states initially, hopefully international later on!)

There's lots of logistics behind it I need to work out, but I'm going to wait for this semester to end and Winter Break to begin before worrying about that -- getting through my senior year in college is a bit more important at the moment, I think!
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Maruclla Featured By Owner Dec 2, 2013
Ahh, so I take it you will facilitate these sales outside of DA then?
Best of luck with classes! I'm a junior now, so I can relate to foregoing something like this until break.
Also as a student, I may have to wait 'til I graduate before I can actually buy these prints haha. But I plan to have some of these hanging on my wall sometime!

P.S. Thanks for the quick reply.
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ChaosFissure Featured By Owner Dec 3, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Yes, I intend to do sales off of DA for both limited print runs, being able to sign artwork physically, and being able to track exactly how much sold, what sold, and so forth a bit more rigorously.

Though, art is hardly what I'm majoring on in school, but I do have a fondness of it significantly and thus have tried to take as many classes as possible related to art XD  I'm just anticipating the crazy nature of some of the stuff I'll need to code over the next few weeks...

And not a problem, I try to make it a point to reply as quickly as I can to questions and stuff :D
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Captainelciesmith Featured By Owner Dec 2, 2013  Hobbyist Photographer
I am not really into abstract, even though I do a bit myself.  However, I love your work.  So much colour!
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ChaosFissure Featured By Owner Dec 2, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Thank you!  Abstract definitely can be an acquired taste; I personally find it a facet of my mind that doesn't require being parsed into something entirely understandable, which is why I like making it.

The complement is appreciated.  I do try to play around with color in dramatic/epic ways!
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Captainelciesmith Featured By Owner Dec 2, 2013  Hobbyist Photographer

I understand what you mean when you talk about making something that does not have to understandable.  I do some abstract, and it is definitely more relaxing than trying to draw something that will be; a dragon, a girl, an elf - when it is done.  I do enjoy the fact that there are no real rules and no-one can tell you that it was done wrong.  All of that appeals to me.  I am not sure if I will ever do too much abstract; but I will probably fiddle with it when the mood is right. 

Your work draws me in.  I am not able to explain why, or how.  That to me is real art.  Something that grabs you and hold you for a moment.  I am not at that level; not even with photography.  I may never get to that level; but I still love to draw.  Great work, and thank you for writing back.

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ChaosFissure Featured By Owner Dec 3, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Don't mention it :)  I enjoy trying to reply and comment, especially when there's explanation, effort, and thought put into it.

The more I do artwork, the more I wish I could draw crazy fantasy scenes and characters, but as I cannot do so well and lack the time to pursue it at the moment, I try to exhibit what I wish to do with art (emotion, texture, ambiance, wonder, chaos, and so forth) in other mediums instead.  And honestly, I'd probably lose some of the captivation that abstract artwork provides if I did other types of artwork...
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