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mimimamdy Apr 11, 2014  New member
Hello nice backgrounds
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Simulasi Mar 27, 2014   Artisan Crafter
Very beatiful gallery. I love so many of these works!
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ChaosFissure Mar 28, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Thank you for the comment; I'm glad that you enjoy some of the things that I've made :D
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FreakofNature81 Mar 2, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
very impressive gallery have found some favs thank you!
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ChaosFissure Mar 2, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Thank you very much ^_^  I'm glad you've found some stuff that you like!
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salvation935 Feb 10, 2014  Hobbyist Writer
Wow ... just wow. Your gallery left me stunned. It's so beautiful and creative. The mixture of colors is really hypnotic and complex, I simply love it!! Keep it up ^^
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ChaosFissure Feb 11, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Thank you very much!  I try to push the medium I am working with and enjoy exploring color, texture, and chaos in my artwork.  I intend to keep making it as long as I can, as I find it a creative outlet to relax and expend excess energy that I have.
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salvation935 Feb 11, 2014  Hobbyist Writer
It's always good when people find comfort and relaxation in art. I always say that it somewhat projects small pieces of the huge creative worlds in our minds. That means that yours are very very warm and colorful and also unique ^^
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ChaosFissure Feb 11, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Oh, I'd be in complete agreement.  The spaces I work with in art are abstract and very fluid -- that is to say, their shape isn't locked into representing characters or scenes perfectly, despite my mind generally creating a vast number of worlds and scenarios to present.  It tends to be based on emotion and energy -- two concepts that I try injecting into everything I work on.  This has a few implications -- it makes converting any scenes into a coherent story somewhat of a challenge, because my mind likes focusing on "being in the moment" and often trivializes points in time that are less exciting.

As much as I'd love to draw scenes in a digital painting/traditional sketching sense, I likely would find myself struggling with perfection for a long time rather than have immense fun and relaxation exploring things as I do now.  Art is just a hobby for me, so the reason why I don't pursue other facets of it is because, at the moment, it's not cost-effective...
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salvation935 Feb 11, 2014  Hobbyist Writer
I'm glad that you put emotion into your artwork, because that way it can touch the viewer in a deeper meaning, rather than leave a blank and unmemorable experience. I myself, as a creative writer, put a lot of emotions into my work and basically that is the main reason I prefer to write a story based on my mood and muse of course, because I know perfectly well that nothing good comes out if I force myself to write something I don't wish to. I believe it is the same for other forms of art as well. Just like you, writing for me is a hobby right now as well, but I do wish to pursue a career based on it, but anyways I really enjoyed browsing through your gallery, because I'm one of those people that gets drawn to pretty colorful "shapeless" art (one of the reasons I like abusing the application silk, if you have heard of that, if you haven't I strongly recommend you check it out) :D though I do appreciate almost every form of art and find it unique and beautiful in its own way. I don't mean shapeless in an insulting way, rather than the fact that they don't have a clear structure and you kind of leave the viewer "decipher" them into their minds on their own.
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