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  • Listening to: universe
  • Watching: dolphins in the sky
"...Pam, pam, pam!

Touch me
Take me to that other place
Teach me
I know I'm not a hopeless case!"


Sorry, guys. I wanted to tell you something about dolphins, but I'm so happy and can not touch keyboard because light dazzles my eyes, sounds deafen with their beauty.  

That it is. "Hopeless case." :D
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  • Listening to: universe
It is absolutely easy.

Problem starts when you start to think about it. The image of the problem enters your mind and prevents the positive flow of energy in you body. Fear is a blockage. It most frequently borns in solar plexus center. Just remember your recent fear (negative thought) and you will experience the pulsation of energy in your solar plexus point or in its projection upon vertebral column.

Problem ends when you disconnect the mental interpretation with flow of energy. It is all about facing your fear. Now you can even think that thought but without energy blockage. It can not hurt you.

Ideal state of mind is when every thought (mental image) is disconnected from the central point of "I" identification. Imagine the sphere of pure light surrounded by the wirlwinds of thoughts. Sphere represents the focus of consciousness. Then choose the thought you want to experience by froming the energy link between the sphere and that thought. This way you can create possitive bonds with your personality, while ruining the old negative bonds. It is what we mean when we say "Don't judge. Just choose". Choose positive, choose beautiful thoughts.  

Thought is an instrument of manifestation on physical plane. Via thought we can form energy bonds with different objects or people. We can distantly affect anything. This calls "psychokinesis".

Now for some human life's experience. As I said before, people form different fears - the negative thoughts. And then they do not know how to deal with them. Just recall any modern computer game or movie, or newsblock. It is full of violence, but we get accustomed to this. If you show this movie to the good person that used to live 2 centures ago and say that we gain joy from watching it, heshe will consider you crazy and will feel fear. :D

When you are independent from mental body, then you can easily higher the vibrations of your consciousness and live in divine bliss. Use meditation to discipline your mind. Cool yogi is able to think one thought per 24 hours! The rest of time he spends in pure contemplation. No fuss, no fears, no silly strugles. If you call such state "lost" then you will be wrong, because his creation and manifestation abilities are far more greater than you could ever imagine with you mind, as his deep perception of the universe. Trip to India and watch what they are capable of, if you don't believe. :)

Of course, they spend much time to come to this state. They raised the central ray of energy through their vertebral coumn that is called in east traditions "kundalini energy". Imagine the band of light that connects your consciousness with planet  under you and with Sun above (earth and heaven in christian traditions). Certainly, this state can not be described with words. It is about 800 souls in recent earth history that accomplished this. Most of them are well know as spiritual masters, including Jeshua, Buddha, Mary and others.

Want you or not, understand or not, believe or not, you will accomplish this too, because it is your destiny as divine creature. If not in this life, then in another. At least, you can start to think about this possibility of spiritual breakthrough. When you suddenly leave your body (and now additionally, as you see, Earth experience some  natural consequences, such as earthquakes, volcano eruptions and weather anomalies, due to overall transfiguration), just remember about this opportunity to free yourself from lethargy. Trust your inner light.

Be good, be child. The doors are always open to those, who knock at them.     

        
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  • Listening to: universe
I'm very pleasant to hear your comments on my last journal entry. Well, I don't experience other feelings nowadays. :)

I love you guys because you are creative. That means that you like to express your inner motion freely. But did you ever think from where you draw this DESIRE? If someone suppose that I will proceed with "chemical reactions" then he is mistaken.

Remember that sweet moment when you sit evenly and suddenly something touches you, opens in you. "Yes, this is cool idea, it needs to be created, I'm so glad".. Then you chaotically ply between one corner of the room and another...  

Irradiation!

Watch the sky. Watch the clouds. Watch the Earth. Watch the star abyss. It is fantastic. And you are the inevitable direct part of that! You are inside. Your eyes are made from the same atoms and electrons, which are used to define the whole physical space. You are the universe that observes itself with a help of itself. Now you know where and who God is. Inside.

Look at another man. It is you as well! You talk, make sex, make war, create art and etc. Growing universes learn how to be divine from their parrents. Can I judge this beauty?

So, inspiration is the feeling of oneness with everything. Why not separated matter? Because there is no actual separation. If look you deeper into a  tea cup with your consciousness you will achieve quantum level, where every superstring stores the whole universe! Everything is within everything. Otherwise it will not function.

Feeling is a state of nervous system. Feeling of shining is the state of nervous system, but rarely achieved in human society, because you are tought to afraid, to close yourself. They program your mind such that you are not all-sufficient, that you need something external to live. Ironically, you should have said that to your children. But everything changes...

So, inspiration is love. When you love, your heart center in your chest will shine, will be bombarded with flow of electrons through the neuro-interface. Electron can be simply transformed to photon when it leaves the atomic orbit. First you will experience intensive quantum heat from electromagnetic fields. In you continue to increase the current, your cells will become light. You will gain the light body, like Jesus did, or indian yougis during deep meditation.

When someone suggests that everything is dead except for human bodies, then he is deadly blind. Everything alive and have consciousness, because, as I stated before, there is no separation. Stars and planets, galaxies and universes... Your consciousness is binded to your body strictly because you have programmed it so by enclosing your soul. Indeed, it will be cool to experience sun within yourself 24/7, will be? :) What may prevent you from this divine state is your personal ego. Let's examine what ego says after reading this journal entry.

- Ego says: this man is crazy. He doesn't understand anything about life. He simply smokes too much. I'll better go and have fun.

- Ego says: this man is just stupid and I surely will say him about this. Then print something to make me smile with tears...

- Ego says: it can not be truth. I need food, I need money to live. And I do not know much about physics...

- Ego says: it must be long and hard way. I can not follow that. And finally ego says about its egocentric point of view.

- Positive happy ego says: I want to learn more about life and myself. I want to experience harmony and beauty without distortions.

- Positive very happy ego says: Oh My God. It's full of stars...
  • Mood: Happy
  • Listening to: universe
Just wonder why people so care of copyright factor.

The man who fears the happening of something will get that happened. That is the universal rule of attraction. Fears lead to their realization. Don't fear. Just know.

In most cases people run from themselves by closing to their true intentions and desires. You can see this every second. One mask changes another. They program their nervous system with mental structures by constructing patterns of personality. Then they attach their emotional states to it so strongly that they afraid to switch something.  

What lies beyond personality? Their true identification - soul. Will soul afraid something if it knows its divinity? Of course not. Try to imagine what happens when you die. No breath. No sound. No physical body to express something. Is that what you try to keep or identify yourself with? Nothing can die in omniverse. Even the simple rule of Earth physic science states: energy follows from one condition to another. It can not disappear. It is endless, and you are the direct part of that, because you have the same universal laws applied to your physical body, to your soul, to your higher spirit. That is the quick tip for your mental searchings...     

I say: don't ask permision to use my artwork in any manner. I will be only happy if you can gain some profit and experience and share this rather than asking. I'm here not for materialistic trading.  My purpose - to shine. Sun doesn't choose or even think to whom it sends rays. It is all-sufficient infinite spring of light.

Obviously, like we all. Be happy in gifting to each other.      

            
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  • Listening to: universe
Yes, I want to share it with you with all my deep love. I'm uniting with God!

Many of you will hardly imagine what I'm talking about. Many of you will perceive it just as some "artistic game of imagination" or even insanity. Whatever you say is your words guided by your will and they both have the divine right to exist. Whatever you say or do, I will love you no matter what, will always forgive you.

There are amazing times to come. I and many others will just put all efforts to prepare you for them. Be ready to accept, be ready to love.

And enjoy life freely, love God and each others.

If there are questions, ask me from your heart. I will only response in this case. Yours sincerely.

P.S.: Astarsia has bought me one month DA subscription. I thank you deeply. :)           
  • Mood: Winter Downs
  • Listening to: Emma Shapplin!
  • Reading: university math shit
That was unexpectedly, indeed. "Don't Leave Home" contains a lot of moments that I would have changed now: it's asymmetric composition balance, it is realistic lighting that doesn't support the illustrative feeling of the painting and it is a bad placement of some elements - that all ruins the general rhythm and needs to be corrected. Wagh!

Anyway, I'm very grateful for all the comments and lovely feedbacks on this piece. About 4 years passed since I've started to practise the visual art on the fully personal basis in my free time and now I can finally declare that I've learned something. I want to address to anyone who want to learn to paint:

- JUST FIND THE PROPER EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTION! DON'T TRY TO STUDY ALL ALONE! :D

To master the visual art you need more than just free time. You need all time you can devote to this process.

Recently amazing beginner artist and simply cool guy Rahll started a journal entry where he answers the questions concerning the creation of visual art and different theories. This pushes the thought in my head about the structured open community (team, club) of artists here on DA that shares their knowledge and experience about all stuff that goes with the drawingpainting (including the WIP processes and resources). Also this team can use their united power for different projects in future, such as animation movies and etc. I understand that there is already a huge amount of learning stuff in the internet, but it is usually unstructured and will cost you some money.

Thus, if there is no such teams on Deviant Art, I will gladly participate in its forming.   

In the end I want to add a couple of words about Corel Painter X - the program that I use now in most cases for my artworks. Why have I escaped from Photoshop?

+ A lot more comfortable feeling of the brush. It runs smoother and precisely due to some innovative algorithms in its foundation, specially if you have Wacom Intuos tablet (Adobe didn't optimized them since the 5th version - old dab type brushes are anachronism nowadays).

   + Allows the full use of the traditional one layer technique. This brings more alive look to the painting, speeds up the overall process (you do not need to constantly switch between layers and brusheserasers) and gives you more freedom for improvising. Of course, this technique isn't suitable when the main goal is photo-realism. In this case it's better to use Photoshop because of its powerful layer system.

+ Some subsidiary instruments for building the complex compositionperspective. The gold section, the 1/3rd rule and fully customizable perspective grids.

+ Program works faster in most cases. The low amount of layers and optimized brush system adds stability and the absence of lags even in high resolutions on the old computers. I have 1 gb of old DDR memory, AMD Athlon 2500 XP and 60 GB old Samsung HD (for 6,5 years!) and it seems to be enough.

+ Killer feature of Painter is its script system. You can save the entire process of creating the image and then repeat it in higher resolution! For example, you can paint 3000*2000 px, save the script and launch it in 6000*4000 px and enjoy watching how program precisely recreate the image! Moreover, you can share this script with others or create a movie that demonstrates the whole process. And so on...

+ A lot of amazing options and plugins for animators, web designers and creative photographers.

It is all resulting in, obviously, almost perfect program for 2d digital painting that available now on the market. And it's only 420$! :D While cumbersome and awkward Adobe Photoshop is for no less than 1000$. You can buy Wacom Intuos 3 A4 for the saved money and be completely happy.
                                     

:bulletblue:Some of my articles and walkthroughs   

:pointr: The Guide To The Creative Process
:pointr: The Painting Walkthrough Of "Trifid Nebula" piece"
:pointr: The Process Shots from creating the "Leaving" piece"


  And here are the artists to be checked out without fail if you really care about calling yourself an admirer of the true sci-fi, fantasy art and conceptual art.   

  :bulletblue:Classic painters and illustrators:  

:new:Daniel Gerhartz: another stunning artist, reaslistic impressionist. Only look at his skillful brush strokes!   
:new:William Whitaker: amazing artist, the lliving master of the realistic creative depiction of humans.   
:pointr: Jonathon Earl Bowser: Thousands of hours for the sake of perfection.      
:pointr: Ralph McQuarrie: The Man And "Star Wars".
:pointr: Donato Giancola: This is a classic well known illustrator, master of oils and shiny sci-fi surfaces, who continue to stay as one of my favourite artists since his discovery. Another cause for myslef to feel pathetic, but yet fully inspired.
:pointr: Todd Lockwood: a lot of brilliant fantasy illustrations of D&D and collectable card games. The quality will blow up every artometer. :)
:pointr: Mark Zug: a great sense of humor and some interesting artworks.     
:pointr: Michael Whelan
:pointr: Mark Evans
:pointr: Stephen Youll

  :bulletblue:Digital masters:

:pointr: Craig Mullins : just fantastic artist, the god of digital illustrations, perfoming a true short symphonies of light with incredible graceful strokes. If you haven't seen him yet, the happiness for the next 2 hours will not leave you.
:pointr: Gary Tonge    : this man doesn't need any presentations. Absolutelty 1000% inspiring stuff.
:pointr: Philip Straub : well-known master of matte-painting manipulations.
:pointr: Kagaya        : very beautiful magical illustrations of this artist don't give a chance to stay indifferent.
:pointr: Yanick Dusseault: the evidence of his legendary skills can be found in various matte-paintings for famous blockbuster-titles. Watch, realize and envy.
:pointr: Ryan Church: Artist. With capital "A".        
:pointr: Feng Zhu: professional conept artist of world class level. You even don't suspect the creative energy of this guy.
:pointr:Just need to figure out the name :): amazing paintings in Craig Mullins style.   
:pointr: Robert Chang: I just love this dude. It seems, he tasted all kind of art, visited all places on this planet and was doing all possibles doings. How have he had the time for all this knows, maybe, only his wife. Generally, he is well-known exactly for Elena's portraits. :)
:pointr: Greg Martin: his name already says its all. A lot of people must thank the master of celestial artworks for inspiration which aroused the creative desire in theirs minds. I'm the one of them.  
:pointr: Dylan Cole: famous matte-painter featuring many great movie titles.
:pointr: Sean Samuels: beautiful matte-paintings and illustrations.  
:pointr: Alex Jaeger: great designs from all over the industry.
:pointr: Tim Flattery: it's hard to find a blockbuster movie on which this guy hasn't been working.
:pointr: James Clyne: guy with a talent to provide a good concept art.
:pointr: Mark Goerner: tons of the outstanding concept illustrations.
:pointr: Chistian Lorenz Scheurer: a good conceptualist.
:pointr: Stephan Martiniere: another very popular conceptual painter.
:new:Vladimir Bondar: the russian digital painter that usually works on fantasy book colors and is famous for his absolutely thorough approach to characters and composition. The rare talent, indeed.    
  • Mood: Confused
  • Reading: wikipedia
Bad space art: -> www.deviantart.com

Very bad space art: -> andr-sar.deviantart.com

True space art: ->

www.psi.edu/hartmann/opc.html

www.iaaa.org

www.bobeggleton.com

www.ricksternbach.com

Now go and learn something.
  • Mood: Sadness
  • Reading: wikipedia
  • Drinking: colorwater :)
Bah, Donato posts another shit! :D And we need more beautiful space!   
  • Mood: Awestruck
  • Listening to: MS Ambient 11
  • Reading: internet stuff
I kept my journal unupdated for a while, but since Donato G. posted another crappy image (if it is fair to be called so by someone who hasn't done anything distantly comparable!.. :D) instead of something really spacy of that I could have a nice talk, I've decided not to wait any longer and present some recently discovered interesting artists.

They are hot. Supply your brains with additional cooling and proceed with the meditative caution.    

:bulletblue:Some of my articles and walkthroughs   

:pointr: The Guide To The Creative Process
:pointr: The Painting Walkthrough Of "Trifid Nebula" piece"
:pointr: The Process Shots from creating the "Leaving" piece"


  And here are the artists to be checked out without fail if you really care about calling yourself an admirer of the true sci-fi, fantasy art and conceptual art.   

  :bulletblue:Classic painters and illustrators:  

:pointr: Jonathon Earl Bowser: Thousands of hours for the sake of perfection.      
:pointr: Ralph McQuarrie: The Man And "Star Wars".
:pointr: Donato Giancola: This is a classic well known illustrator, master of oils and shiny sci-fi surfaces, who continue to stay as one of my favourite artists since his discovery. Another cause for myslef to feel pathetic, but yet fully inspired.
:new: Todd Lockwood: a lot of brilliant fantasy illustrations of D&D and collectable card games. The quality will blow up every artometer. :)
:new: Mark Zug: a great sense of humor and some interesting artworks.     
:pointr: Michael Whelan
:pointr: Mark Evans
:pointr: Stephen Youll

  :bulletblue:Digital masters:

:pointr: Craig Mullins : just fantastic artist, the god of digital illustrations, perfoming a true short symphonies of light with incredible graceful strokes. If you haven't seen him yet, the happiness for the next 2 hours will not leave you.
:pointr: Gary Tonge    : this man doesn't need any presentations. Absolutelty 1000% inspiring stuff.
:pointr: Philip Straub : well-known master of matte-painting manipulations.
:pointr: Kagaya        : very beautiful magical illustrations of this artist don't give a chance to stay indifferent.
:pointr: Yanick Dusseault: the evidence of his legendary skills can be found in various matte-paintings for famous blockbuster-titles. Watch, realize and envy.
:pointr: Ryan Church: Artist. With capital "A".        
:pointr: Feng Zhu: professional conept artist of world class level. You even don't suspect the creative energy of this guy.
:new:Just need to figure out the name :): amazing paintings in Craig Mullins style.   
:pointr: Robert Chang: I just love this dude. It seems, he tasted all kind of art, visited all places on this planet and was doing all possibles doings. How have he had the time for all this knows, maybe, only his wife. Generally, he is well-known exactly for Elena's portraits. :)
:pointr: Greg Martin: his name already says its all. A lot of people must thank the master of celestial artworks for inspiration which aroused the creative desire in theirs minds. I'm the one of them.  
:pointr: Dylan Cole: famous matte-painter featuring many great movie titles.
:new: Sean Samuels: beautiful matte-paintings and illustrations.  
:new: Alex Jaeger: great designs from all over the industry.
:new: Tim Flattery: it's hard to find a blockbuster movie on which this guy hasn't been working.
:new: James Clyne: guy with a talent to provide a good concept art.
:new: Mark Goerner: tons of the outstanding concept illustrations.
:new: Chistian Lorenz Scheurer: a good conceptualist.
:new: Stephan Martiniere: another very popular conceptual painter.
  • Mood: Miserable
Hello once again. Here are several important things I'd like to share.

First of all, I've changed my monitor at last. Now it is 20.1" NEC 2090UXi. The light side of this is that I can now operate in much more comfortable work environment than before. As what for the dark side... almost all my previous works looks different from how they were supposed to. Distorted contrast/brightness and overall color balance makes them look, in one word, shitty. That is horrible for me, I must admit, as I've tried to achieve the best possible results by finely tuning those values, and now I understand that many of you were observing crap. :(

I will try to adjust some popular images and repost them. On the other hand, I doubt whether I can interpret my works, except for some of them, as good examples of the true visual art, offering actual artistic value. That is not so bad, as it seems at the first sight. I understand that it is a way of learning things. By gaining experience you can do more and better.

The second, I personally work on design of the computer game. Its genre is global pseudo real-time sci-fi strategy in 4X style. Well, the design document is in russian, and I can not present you something yet. But I think that it's not even necessary now to discuss it, mainly because I doubt that there're folks among you who fond of games like "Emperor Of The Fading Suns", "Alpha Centauri" or "Master Of Orion". Instead, I surely will demonstrate the concept art as soon as there something ready.

And if I'm mistaken, and there're people who would like to work on the game as script writers or offer help in other aspects, I'm all ears.

Beside the figurative side of the last statement, it has a specific actual confirmation. Yes, now you can reach me in World Wide Web in real time using your ICQ. If interested, look for "TheScientist". :)   

Thank you for your attention.              

:bulletblue:Some of my articles and walkthroughs   

:pointr: The Guide To The Creative Process
:pointr: The Painting Walkthrough Of "Trifid Nebula" piece"
:pointr: The Process Shots from creating the "Leaving" piece"


  And here are the artists to be checked out without fail if you really care about calling yourself an admirer of the true sci-fi, fantasy art and conceptual art.   

  :bulletblue:Classic painters and illustrators:  

:pointr: Jonathon Earl Bowser: Thousands of hours for the sake of perfection.      
:pointr: Ralph McQuarrie: The Man And "Star Wars".
:pointr: Donato Giancola
:pointr: Michael Whelan
:pointr: Mark Evans
:pointr: Stephen Youll

  :bulletblue:Digital masters:

:pointr: Craig Mullins : just fantastic artist, the god of digital illustrations, perfoming a true short symphonies of light with incredible graceful strokes. If you haven't seen him yet, the happiness for the next 2 hours will not leave you.
:pointr: Gary Tonge    : this man doesn't need any presentations. Absolutelty 1000% inspiring stuff.
:pointr: Philip Straub : well-known master of matte-painting manipulations.
:pointr: Kagaya        : very beautiful magical illustrations of this artist don't give a chance to stay indifferent.
:pointr: Yanick Dusseault: the evidence of his legendary skills can be found in various matte-paintings for famous blockbuster-titles. Watch, realize and envy.
:pointr: Ryan Church: Artist. With capital "A".        
:pointr: Feng Zhu: professional conept artist of world class level. You even don't suspect the creative energy of this guy.   
:pointr: Robert Chang: I just love this dude. It seems, he tasted all kind of art, visited all places on this planet and was doing all possibles doings. How have he had the time for all this knows, maybe, only his wife. Generally, he is well-known exactly for Elena's portraits. :)
Greg Martin: his name already says its all. A lot of people must thank the master of celestial artworks for inspiration which aroused the creative desire in theirs minds. I'm the one of them.  
:pointr: Dylan Cole: famous matte-painter featuring many great movie titles.
  • Mood: Miserable
Hello to all!

I've started to work on my online portfolio. It will be super-mega-cool-flash-hardcoded with ultra-artistic-original approach to design. It must be, otherwise I'll depart to hell. :D

I don't know when it will be finally released. I could construct a simple site in a day (like this img252.imageshack.us/img252/32…, but is that really a challenge? You know how it feels when your page hasn't a duperlistic-3d-stereo navigation and original soundtrack? It feels like you're quite looser and pitiful. You are not worthy of calling yourself an artist...

...Where is my personal psychologist?

So it will take some time, which I could dedicate to paintings and other projects. Moreover, I can probably spend it by helping other people. But then I will not have my precious super-portfolio.  

I don't know.

Maybe your opinions.              


:bulletblue:Some of my articles and walkthroughs   

:pointr: The Guide To The Creative Process
:pointr: The Painting Walkthrough Of "Trifid Nebula" piece"
:pointr: The Process Shots from creating the "Leaving" piece"


  And here are the artists to be checked out without fail if you really care about calling yourself an admirer of the true sci-fi, fantasy art and conceptual art.   

  :bulletblue:Classic painters and illustrators:  

:pointr: Jonathon Earl Bowser: Thousands of hours for the sake of perfection.      
:pointr: Ralph McQuarrie: The Man And "Star Wars".
:pointr: Donato Giancola
:pointr: Michael Whelan
:pointr: Mark Evans
:pointr: Stephen Youll

  :bulletblue:Digital masters:

:pointr: Craig Mullins : just fantastic artist, the god of digital illustrations, perfoming a true short symphonies of light with incredible graceful strokes. If you haven't seen him yet, the happiness for the next 2 hours will not leave you.
:pointr: Gary Tonge    : this man doesn't need any presentations. Absolutelty 1000% inspiring stuff.
:pointr: Philip Straub : well-known master of matte-painting manipulations.
:pointr: Kagaya        : very beautiful magical illustrations of this artist don't give a chance to stay indifferent.
:pointr: Yanick Dusseault: the evidence of his legendary skills can be found in various matte-paintings for famous blockbuster-titles. Watch, realize and envy.
:pointr: Ryan Church: Artist. With capital "A".        
:pointr: Feng Zhu: professional conept artist of world class level. You even don't suspect the creative energy of this guy.   
:pointr: Robert Chang: I just love this dude. It seems, he tasted all kind of art, visited all places on this planet and was doing all possibles doings. How have he had the time for all this knows, maybe, only his wife. Generally, he is well-known exactly for Elena's portraits. :)
Greg Martin: his name already says its all. A lot of people must thank the master of celestial artworks for inspiration which aroused the creative desire in theirs minds. I'm the one of them.  
:pointr: Dylan Cole: famous matte-painter featuring many great movie titles.
  • Mood: dA Love
  • Listening to: neuronic interactions
  • Reading: English Language for Children
  • Watching: photoelectrons bombarding my eyes
Not much to say. Everything important has been already said. Umm... Say if I look dreary. :D

It seems strange: when you're able to discuss almost everything there is no one nearby. Does DA save the situation as an implementation of all modern information technologies? Do the pictures I create carry any meaning? Why there are no signs of life? Is it possible to construct a spacecraft in garage? Shall I ever care about upgrading Photoshop? What if god was one of us? What if I got it wrong? Am I part of a disease or am I part of a cure? Why there so much suffering? Why we do what we do? Can we be together? Why am I writing this?  

Though everyone knows the truth, we still don't understand it. Life is game where everyone have to pretend that he does not know anything to stay weak and tiny. We afraid to grow and thus delay the final subtitles because we afraid to accomplish the game. I suggest you: grow in some more levels to learn to fly, to love and to die. :)

I will pray for all to make us stronger.

So DA continues. Thank you!               

:bulletblue:Some of my articles and walkthroughs   

:pointr: The Guide To The Creative Process
:pointr: The Painting Walkthrough Of "Trifid Nebula" piece"
:pointr: The Process Shots from creating the "Leaving" piece"


  And here are the artists to be checked out without fail if you really care about calling yourself an admirer of the true sci-fi, fantasy art and conceptual art.   

  :bulletblue:Classic painters and illustrators:  

:new::pointr: Jonathon Earl Bowser: Thousands of hours for the sake of perfection.      
:new::pointr: Ralph McQuarrie: The Man And "Star Wars".
:pointr: Donato Giancola
:pointr: Michael Whelan
:pointr: Mark Evans
:pointr: Stephen Youll

  :bulletblue:Digital masters:

:pointr: Craig Mullins : just fantastic artist, the god of digital illustrations, perfoming a true short symphonies of light with incredible graceful strokes. If you haven't seen him yet, the happiness for the next 2 hours will not leave you.
:pointr: Gary Tonge    : this man doesn't need any presentations. Absolutelty 1000% inspiring stuff.
:pointr: Philip Straub : well-known master of matte-painting manipulations.
:pointr: Kagaya        : very beautiful magical illustrations of this artist don't give a chance to stay indifferent.
:pointr: Yanick Dusseault: the evidence of his legendary skills can be found in various matte-paintings for famous blockbuster-titles. Watch, realize and envy.
:pointr: Ryan Church: Artist. With capital "A".        
:pointr: Feng Zhu: professional conept artist of world class level. You even don't suspect the creative energy of this guy.   
:pointr: Robert Chang: I just love this dude. It seems, he tasted all kind of art, visited all places on this planet and was doing all possibles doings. How have he had the time for all this knows, maybe, only his wife. Generally, he is well-known exactly for Elena's portraits. :)
Greg Martin: his name already says its all. A lot of people must thank the master of celestial artworks for inspiration which aroused the creative desire in theirs minds. I'm the one of them.  
:new::pointr: Dylan Cole: famous matte-painter featuring many great movie titles.
  • Mood: Shame
  • Listening to: myself
"Muad'Dib learned rapidly because his first training was in how to learn. And the first lesson of all was the basic trust that he could learn. It's shocking to find how many people do not believe they can learn, and how many more believe learning to be difficult. Muad'Dib knew that every experience carries its lesson."

->"Dune" by Frank Herbert

Feel free to learn. Don't be afraid of aspiration for greatness. There are no gods to help or to judge your faults and sins at all because you are part of the universal dream. By realizing it you will understand that the only true god is you and the only judgement that you have to face in the end is your past. All the fears are illusions, the ordinary consequence of natural phisiological and mental barriers to protect your consciousness during its forming until you could realize that you are ready to create yourself and to share your experience with others. The beautiful moment of awakening of the universe inside you. You can not die once you were born.

Believe in progress, in yourself. Don't let the selfish begginings involved in phisiological mechanisms of your body to reach and dominate your will. It will weaken you and others around. Only by helping each other we can gain strength to resist all miseries and restore our connection with the force.

That is our common destiny. If we can not orginize ourselves as a civilization we will continue to face the oblivion due to primitivism of our souls.

I promise to apply 99% of all given to me force. Don't worry - what's left will be enough for daily needs.

"If you need something to worship, then worship life-all life, every last crawling bit of it! We're all in this beauty together!"
-> Paul Muad'Dib Atreides, "Dune" by Frank Herbert.                                   
  
:bulletblue:Some articles and walkthroughs   

:pointr: The Guide To The Creative Process
:pointr: The Painting Walkthrough Of "Trifid Nebula" piece"
:pointr: The Process Shots of Creating the "Leaving" piece"


  And here are the artists to be checked out without fail if you really care about calling yourself an admirer of the true sci-fi, fantasy art and conceptual art.   

  :bulletblue:Classic illustrators:  

:pointr: Donato Giancola
:pointr: Michael Whelan
:pointr: Mark Evans
:pointr: Stephen Youll

  :bulletblue:Digital masters:

:pointr: Craig Mullins : just fantastic artist, the god of digital illustrations, perfoming a true short symphonies of light with incredible graceful strokes. If you haven't seen him yet, the happiness for the next 2 hours will not leave you.
:pointr: Gary Tonge    : this man doesn't need any presentations. Absolutelty 1000% inspiring stuff.
:pointr: Philip Straub : well-known master of matte-painting manipulations.
:pointr: Kagaya        : very beautiful magical illustrations of this artist don't give a chance to stay indifferent.
:pointr: Yanick Dusseault: the evidence of his legendary skills can be found in various matte-paintings for famous blockbuster-titles. Watch, realize and envy.
:pointr: Ryan Church: Artist. With capital "A".        
:pointr: Feng Zhu: professional conept artist of world class level. You even don't suspect the creative energy of this guy.   
:pointr: Robert Chang: I just love this dude. It seems, he tasted all kind of art, visited all places on this planet and was doing all possibles doings. How have he had the time for all this knows, maybe, only his wife. Generally, he is well-known exactly for Elena's portraits. :)
Greg Martin: his name already says its all. A lot of people must thank the master of celestial artworks for inspiration which aroused the creative desire in theirs minds. I'm the one of them.