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Very nicely done. At first blush, though, I question the basic assumption behind this work. Large, heavy machines are very vulnerable, ...

Chill mother by iorguDesign

For such a simple piece, this drawing demonstrates an astonishing degree of mastery. Every stroke tells a tale. Nothing could be added ...


Lorem Ipsum
Artist | Professional | Digital Art
I claim to be a professional artist, because I have actually sold a few paintings, though none recently.

Favourite genre of music: anything but rock or grand opera. By "rock" I mean any of various contemporary genres, including rap, heavy metal, techno etc, characterized by raucous monotony. I don't include jazz.
Favourite photographer: Ansel Adams
Favourite style of art: abstract (algorithmic or mathematical), not "abstract"
Operating System: Linux, Ubuntu distribution
MP3 player of choice: vlc
Shell of choice: bash (Bourne Again Shell), Python
Wallpaper of choice: Supernova 1994D in Galaxy NGC 4526 (see webcam)
Favourite cartoon character: Calvin (& Hobbes)

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The Colours of Autumn - Gymnopedie No.1

What makes great music, or art, is not that it's difficult, but just that the composer or artist got it right, absolutely right, unquestionably right, so that it grabs you by the throat and won't let go.

Incidentally, the title apparently is the French form of Gymnopaedia…


From the article:  "...γυμνός (gymnos, "naked" or "unarmed")..."  yields a bit of insight.   I've always heard that in the ancient Olympic Games, the athletes performed "naked".    Probably a more apt translation is that the athletes performed "unarmed".  I believe the point of the games was to accomplish the purposes of war, but without the need for actual killing, i.e. to determine which of two tribes or nations had the greatest military power.   That information would be of great importance in diplomatic negotiations.   In that respect the ancients were more civilized than we are.




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peterbru Featured By Owner Aug 13, 2014
Thanks for the favs... :)
elbrujodelatribu Featured By Owner Jul 29, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Thank you very much for your Fav on

Fabric Materials by elbrujodelatribu
rattyredemption Featured By Owner Jul 18, 2014
thanks for the fav.
Abstract-scientist Featured By Owner Jul 16, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
Do you think that this illustration about procrastination is correct? :D…
golem1 Featured By Owner Aug 13, 2014  Professional Digital Artist
LOL this late reply is not an instance of procrastination. Really.  I just don't often read my front page, I usually go straight to the Messages menu.

I don't understand the illustration, maybe because part of it is cut off.

The mechanism of procrastination in my case is usually the "But first --" ploy.   I set out to do what I know is important, but first there is this other little thing, which ends up taking all the time I have to spare that day.    It may go several levels deep, thus:      X1 butfirst(X2 butfirst(X3 butfirst(X4 butfirst( ... ))))
golem1 Featured By Owner Jun 29, 2014  Professional Digital Artist
Malleni-Stock Featured By Owner Jun 20, 2014  Hobbyist Photographer
:+fav: Thanks a lot ! :blowkiss:
Altschlossfelsen Stock 01 by Malleni-Stock
JoeyBlendhead Featured By Owner Jun 2, 2014  Professional Digital Artist
Thanks for the :+fav:
golem1 Featured By Owner May 7, 2014  Professional Digital Artist   note to myself -- line-art to be colored sometime...
golem1 Featured By Owner May 16, 2014  Professional Digital Artist
Project abandoned.  Lineart looks good to the human eye, but to software implementing a "flood-fill" operation, the regions are leaky.
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