Mad Gardens Surreal Sketchbook - Surreal Portal
Definitely surreal! Thanx for the fave.
I wonder where it opens! to your subconscious maybe? or to the infinity flowing through the sugar filter of our minds.. I just don't know and I don't think that you know neither, we need to ask your subconscious which is hiding behind that sugar filter. let's meditate and turn ourselfs to that filter itself to make it dissappear so the infinity flowing through our minds can tell
My Subconscious Drew the Picture .. and my Conscience Named It
I bet you didn't make your subconscious drew it maditating... acid? triptamines maybe?
No Literally .. I listen to music I watch my hands move I feel the tension grip and release in my arms .. i dont fight it it moves like a Ouija .. and then the calm .. and the meditation on the image can begin .. I fine tune what I feel/see .. adding balance and flow .. always the small picture fine details fit together with transitions .. until I pull back and look at the image as a whole .. a final meditation on the collection of images and feelings while still warm in my mind .. and the name .. this is the best I can describe it ..
well nevermind I just don't know what I'm saying great piece of yours by the way
great präsetationI like good
This is so beautiful! Very good composition!
Very cool my friend
very nice indeed
Did you plan the shape of this or was it just a scribble at first?
This one was planned .. to be a Typograph (Hidden Text..) but my style is very much a scribble at first .. the first flow lines are always felt and its the dance of the shadows on the paper and the intensity of the music I am listening to that determines what comes next .. Happy surprise after happy surprise .. until I stand back and get a title in my head .. This one started out with the letters worked together like a Pinwheel .. and sat unfinished for three months .. Months later while going through notebooks I was struck by the new vision and new name .. and finished it adding all the textures and the portal theme ..
good stuff. i like the flowing lines and variety of mark-making that fills each part of it. Its very intriguing and i'm not quite sure what to make of it