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June 12, 2011
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The Creator's Dream by lindelokse The Creator's Dream by lindelokse
Apophysis 7x and slight colour adjustments in Photoshop (the green tone on the borders) :)

thanks to my dear friend *DothackersDaichi for the help with the title :aww:!

a 3d tweak of

we had a lot of fun in the #Aposhack lately with sphericals and mobiuses :love:!
spherical3d plugin [link] by ~TyrantWave :thanks:!

edit: featured on Shadowness in Daily Inspiration #222 :thanks:!!!

edit: featured on Shadowness in Daily Inspiration #247 as Daily Feature :excited:!!!

fullview please ;)
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Ok so this is my critique for 'The Creator's Dream' (TCD) as requested. First and foremost I would like to say the basis for this work:

'Poseidon's Treasure' (PT) is an exceptionally strong piece and one of my favorites. TCD has a much deeper color scheme, but lacks the composite spherical dominance of PT.

'The Creators Dream' feature's much richer individual spheres, and the complexity between the spheres is more intriguing. In fact, the depth of intrigue internal to each sphere has provoked a wealth of potential artistic visions uninspired by PT. This ability to conjure profound thoughts is TCD's strongest aspect.

However, the continuity between each sphere feels inhibited to me by a flat unified plane. (as opposed to a dynamic unified plane featured in 'Nest' by the same artist) This static plane is pivotal to other works by the same artist but appears counterproductive in this piece.

/20 minutes for non-biased 2nd look/

I now feel as though 'The Creators Dream' is one complete frame within a three part vertical build (each frame of equal dimensions). My logic is as follows. Lindelokse has provided a solid foundation of 3D expansion (ie a static unified plane) that is on an angle to the viewer, however, the powerful contrast it provides is suppressed by the square and rigid boundaries holding it (ie the actual frame of the work).

Which made me take second note of the hair like vertical threads growing out of that dividing plane. Those upward reaching threads made me think of an upward expansion of dynamic spherical mass that could comprise the second plate (above TCD), and inversely, a third plate (below TCD) comprising similar spheres embedded within a contorted mass of root like threads.


Overall a solid piece and wonderful foundation for expansion.


- Tes

[fellow deviants: shredding this shred is encouraged - such is the way of shred]
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Elitanna Featured By Owner Jan 17, 2014  Student Digital Artist
so coooooool
LarxxinEnrag Featured By Owner Sep 17, 2013
This Is AMAZING!!!
Do you have a tutorial for this?
vicarious1 Featured By Owner Aug 29, 2013  Professional Digital Artist
This so dreamy ...the best!
TABASCO-RAREMASTER Featured By Owner Apr 17, 2013  Hobbyist Artist
Travail-de-lame Featured By Owner Oct 10, 2012
My Favorit :) :rose:
zeropainter Featured By Owner Jul 31, 2012
this is great, one of the bettest fractalwork what I did have seen ;)
pillemaster Featured By Owner May 11, 2012
hi, i know it's a little rough but thats my result from your params: [link]
lindelokse Featured By Owner May 11, 2012   Digital Artist
thanks for the link dear!!! it looks so wonderful :love:!
TheFlyingMoule Featured By Owner May 7, 2012  Hobbyist Photographer
Ooooh, meee like!! :D
MindsEye69 Featured By Owner Feb 27, 2012  Professional Digital Artist
Nice depth and atmosphere! I like it a lot!
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