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11-18-2010, 11:22 AM
A quick play on one layer and a couple of experimental outcomes ...

11-18-2010, 12:03 PM
Wow Caesar, fantastic, your mind is flying away, great job:D;);)

11-18-2010, 12:22 PM
Always exceptional sketching Cesare!

11-18-2010, 01:40 PM
Interesting images Caesar...well done

11-18-2010, 04:02 PM
So nice and behaving, Caesar. Which ones are neurons, which ones are protons and which ones positrons...i heard it somewhere and maybe i got it completely mixed up. The first one is gorgeous...magnetic for the eyes.

11-18-2010, 09:43 PM
Thank You dear Pat! I just hope it's not the fault of that German guy, how was his name, ... mmmmm:rolleyes: ...ah, Alzheimer!:D

Thank You, dear Sandra! The only problem is that I haven't got an assistant to keep track of my experiments and the relevant procedures when I get some intriguing outcome ...

I'm quite interested to understand what makes an image intriguing and likeable to our perceptions and mind, dear Semd74. Which lines, tones, colors, textures and patterns and how compose them to have our brain respond positively also to unusual or even without a recognizable subject or known objects. Thank You!

It's the positron brain network of Isaac Asimov's robots, dear Anna! :p
Thank You!
The fisrt one is the original on sale piece to which I added a couple of experiments as a gift package. I'm often fascinated by weird compositions which have some sort of harmony and provoke reactios as if they were part of reality, not abstraction, but of a different type, thus activating our attention and brain and even emotions. That's my concept of abstract art and a tool to possibly exclude silly accidents pretentiously presented as art through preceding and manipulative intellectual sophisms.

11-18-2010, 09:48 PM
Always good, unique and imaginative!:)

11-19-2010, 02:10 AM
Thank You, dear Wenkat! I'm particularly honoured by Your comment since You're a master of abstract painting in here!

11-19-2010, 02:57 AM
The first piece seems to have musical rhythm:D Were you listening to music:confused: Is the second piece a car shifting lever? Nice effects and textures.

11-19-2010, 08:20 AM
Well played... I liked the 1st. Nice experiments.

11-20-2010, 12:18 AM
Not really listening to music, apart that from my brain, dear Steve, even if I tink that there's a strict link between musical, mathematical and visual harmonies based on human mind features able to reconfigure and adapt to environment and inner motivations and being pleased of its successes understanding, re-creating and simulating it as a creative and delightful activity.
In the second one I wanted to fix a vision of a sort of an activated alien mechanism producing some kind of beam or thrust.
The third one is just a test on effectiveness of a monochrome pencil to draw a stone.
Thank You!

Dear Oriane, for the first one all started by applying some appropriately spaced strokes with a personal oil brush setting capable to show the underneath paper texture (25-27% pressure; 50% thinner; 5% load). I repeated the operation with different sizes. I then introduced othe colours between the stripes by filling the area with some transparencies. I added lights and darker tones mainly with the airspray according to the visual and melody and harmony I started to see and tried to go on and compose in full as agreable to my mind as I could within such a textural, chromatic and compositive canon. Thank You!
P.S. ... handsome guy Your son on Your Avatar. He reminded me at my Confirmation day! ;):D

11-20-2010, 08:06 AM
Caesar, thanks for the explanation. By the way, It is me in the avatar, when I was 25 years old. I'm changing it, due to the overwhelming success:D:D:D.

11-20-2010, 10:15 AM
I knew it was You, dear Oriane, and I was just kidding a little ...;)