|With Erika, my L V E, somewhere on a tv tower in Hungary.|
WeLcOmE tO tHe MaChiNe
Yes,yes inspired from Pink Floyd`s song
Used tools: Daz studio for the character ,Bryce for rendering all together,
some effects added with Pixlr, & PhotoImpact...
A digital journey among whispers and visions of my own consciousness with the purpose of a constant spiritual rise and self-improvement
©Pavlusenco Cristian 2016
For your visual pleasure.
JUST WAITING FOR THE SUPREME ARTIST TO CREATE GREEN SKY`S & BLUE GRASS...
Spune-mi tu frumusețe
Ești tu o fată frumoasă
Deghizată într-un înger
Sau ești un înger deghizat
Într-o femeie frumoasă...
Vei rămane o eternă enigmă
Oh, tu Frumusețe ce orbești a mea privire!
Tu simbioză între înger și femeie,
Frumusețe, in fața ta palește chiar și Soarele de pe cer!
Pavlusenco Cristian 12 Januarie 2012
Art is not merely an imitation of the reality of nature, but in truth a metaphysical supplement to the reality of nature, placed alongside thereof for its conquest. (Friedrich Nietzsche)
Current Residence: Earth: the strangest planet of them all
Favourite genre of music: rock, blues, gothic dark metal,phyhedelic,hip hop, punk, many more...
Favourite photographer: malaladanila here you find her new page: mddahl.deviantart.com/
Favourite style of art: fractals, macro photography, artistic nude, painting , poetry,music, theatre, all forms of art
Operating System: Windows7(THE BEST), Android on my Lenovo tablet,I want to try a Mac
Favourite cartoon character: Naruto
Personal Quote: JUST WAITING FOR THE SUPREME ARTIST, THE ONE THAT WILL PAINT THE SKY IN GREEN AND THE GRASS IN BLUE.
"With those two gods of art, Apollo and Dionysus, we link our recognition that in the Greek world there exists a huge contrast, in origins and purposes, between visual (plastic) arts, the Apollonian, and the non-visual art of music, the Dionysian. Both very different drives go hand in hand, for the most part in open conflict with each other and simultaneously provoking each other all the time to new and more powerful offspring, in order to perpetuate for themselves the contest of opposites which the common word “Art” only seems to bridge, until they finally, through a marvelous metaphysical act, seem to pair up with each other and, as this pair, produce Attic tragedy, just as much a Dionysian as an Apollonian work of art." Friedrich Nietzsche