I just watched a Marc Brunet video and he became almost as annoying as that asian guy using the color dodge tool. (Ross Crossdresses or smthn.)
It's all so fake...
Why do people do this? (I already know why. I just wished they would start being honest and stopped using jump cuts all over the place in conjunction with that incredibly annoying way to talk, as well as forcibly trying to be quirky.)
Shit, I'm being too negative. Quckly brighten the mood.
I love how the moon looks right now.
The greenish glow around her makes her seem more ominous. The moon is female by the way. It's kind of obvious when you realize she's veiled in darkness.
I also realized that I spend every moment I'm not busybeing distracted or busy, analyzing what I see and how I react to it. Which means it's too much too share in here, especially in text form from a goyphone.
Here is a realizations or thoughts:
Geometric patterns, symmetry, mathematically accurate and repeating shapes are appealing and fun to look at.
I find myself enjoying looking at nature and it's beauty. There are mathematical patterns everywhere. It's a joy to see patterns and see ways how they are all connected and repeated on a small scale as well as in large.
Repeating shapes are just so harmonious and beautiful. Add a bit of unexpected twists and turns to keep the viewers eye intrigued to explore further and follow along the yourney if lines and shapes you've created, trying to connect and match things.
Your viewer is the biggest asset to your art.
The piece itself doesn't exists.
It's the catalyst for a symphony of visual and emotional stimulation within the viewer.