E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Location: Detroit, MI Specialty: Psychedelic/Abstract/Fantasy/ Landscape
I went to school for Fine Art riding on the Mechanical Engineering train. All throughout community college I thought of myself as an engineer, but when I got a scholarship with no strings attached I changed my major to Fine Art and never looked back.
My work has appeared in the Ivory Tower e-zine. "Flesh, the Futile Folds" and "Existence is Futile"
I have always been a comic collector, but once Sam Kieth's "Maxx" came on the scene I was a one artist sort of guy. He is my obsession as far as style and content. at least in terms of creating an original, otherworldly world.
I am interested in hearing from anyone interested in my work. Tierazon is the only fractal program i've used (aside from Apophysis for a short period), but know that i want to work with others. I do feel theirs an amazing enough variance in tierazon to keep my focus, though.
Bricks, nachos, woodgrains, and stumps. some of my psychedelic and abstract work is almost exclusively derived from such images except for those that have been combined with drawings or are drawings themselves.
I have no objection to my pieces appearing any place or in any way as long as you contact me with a messaged link. it is not displayed in a way so as to demean the image/image maker(my work/me). Within each image I create, many more can often be seen. That's how I started working with the bricks. I see images in nearly every textural surface and part of me just wanted to see them come to fruition. but my focus turned to this aspect of fractals.
Bachelor's of Fine Art from Wayne State University