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Epiphany by gregoriousone Epiphany by gregoriousone
tradigital composition.

the first deviation of the new year.
enjoy.
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aupre Featured By Owner Sep 26, 2014   Digital Artist
wack
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TaraOeuvre Featured By Owner Dec 10, 2012
I've enjoyed visiting your gallery and really love what you're creating here.
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gregoriousone Featured By Owner Dec 15, 2012   Digital Artist
thank you so very much, im glad you enjoyed your visit to my gallery
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NoodleRubber Featured By Owner Oct 13, 2009
Epiphany... I saw her perform once and I had a sudden insight... :)
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gregoriousone Featured By Owner Oct 16, 2009   Digital Artist
:)
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Maya-Kitajima Featured By Owner Aug 23, 2008  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Whoa!!! :wow: Great work!
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gregoriousone Featured By Owner Aug 24, 2008   Digital Artist
thx bunches
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Maya-Kitajima Featured By Owner Aug 24, 2008  Hobbyist Digital Artist
You're welcome!
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silvinita Featured By Owner Jul 20, 2008   Interface Designer
nice!
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gregoriousone Featured By Owner Jul 21, 2008   Digital Artist
thanks
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Nice colors! Caught by eye immediately..
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gregoriousone Featured By Owner Jul 16, 2008   Digital Artist
thank you kindly. colour design is just as important as the overall composition, and i loooove playing with colur
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xt3rr0rx Featured By Owner Jul 8, 2008  Professional Digital Artist
wow, this is reallly really good.
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gregoriousone Featured By Owner Jul 8, 2008   Digital Artist
thx!
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RiotE Featured By Owner May 27, 2008  Student Traditional Artist
that's too heavy man...well done, love it, it rocks, as it all your works rocks ;)
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eyeoftheneedle-x Featured By Owner Aug 19, 2007
i like this composition a lot.
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67shadesofgrey Featured By Owner Mar 18, 2007  Student General Artist
Holy damn crap.
This is amazing... I... wow. I had this wonderful long comment I was going to say, about how the vivid colors really came together, and the bold lines, and all that. But I think the best thing I can say is
"Wow."

This is nothing like disaster,
but it's a hell of a lot more awesome.
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gregoriousone Featured By Owner Mar 18, 2007   Digital Artist
thanks.. luckily all epiphanies dont end up as disasters.
of all my recent works, i think this is the one im most proud of.
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unicorn7ness Featured By Owner Mar 3, 2007
omg i love this the colour is awsome
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gregoriousone Featured By Owner Mar 3, 2007   Digital Artist
thank you kindly
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iamabee Featured By Owner Jan 29, 2007
such an incredible direction you have taken as of late, letting go of the reigns and opening up your soul just a little more. i want to smile and cry for your triumphs like these...
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gregoriousone Featured By Owner Jan 30, 2007   Digital Artist
thank you marlon--- these latest images have been a sort of release for me-- they are definitely coming from a different place.
your insight and comments mean quite a bit to me :)
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iamabee Featured By Owner Feb 18, 2007
:hug:
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skyi Featured By Owner Jan 23, 2007  Hobbyist Photographer
I love alot of these pieces you have made. so have you always been doing these hand painted pieces? Or just did it on the side and never uploadid them. I always thought your pieces were digital.

I realy like the "surface value" also great piece

sky
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gregoriousone Featured By Owner Jan 23, 2007   Digital Artist
thanks skyi--- i hate to break the news to you, but these are not hand painted pieces. they are digital creations. The source colours and textures come from a variety of images-- some that were hand created by myself, others that were made in corel painter 9, and random photographs that i have.
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skyi Featured By Owner Jan 27, 2007  Hobbyist Photographer
wow thats fucking awsome!!LOL i love the fact that you can manipulate something to a point ware you cant tell truth from fiction. Sort of reminds of a movie i saw on dvd the othe day The Illutionist, if you havent see it rent it, very well done, with a lot of depth. Beutifully art directed.

You know if you have a show with some of these if you havent had one already it would be very cool to have them printed on canvas or even textured watercolour paper, which you easly could print on a printer your self.

sky
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gregoriousone Featured By Owner Jan 30, 2007   Digital Artist
thanks sky.. i get a perverse joy out of manipulating things in such a way to make them look like they could have actually been painted instead of created through digital means.
i have yet to see the illusionist-- but it's on my list of movies to watch.
alas I have yet to have a show-- but I've thought of the same thing-- eventually i hope to be able to afford a large format printer so that i can make some of those prints myself.
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Heather-The-Hermit Featured By Owner Jan 19, 2007  Professional General Artist
Epiphany is a good word.
You and your tradigital compositions are just amazing! Abstract art is supposed to mean nothing, just to be a combination of colourful spots. But your abstract compositions are so full of sense, they make think, they're pure vers libre.
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gregoriousone Featured By Owner Jan 20, 2007   Digital Artist
thanks H-T-H!
I find that I have to disagree with your statement that abstract art is supposed to mean nothing. I think Kandinsky, Pollock, Rothko, Kline, and Miro (just to name a few of my faves) would disagree-- I think abstract works come from some place more internal-- and while the meaning might not hit you over the head-- the artist was definitely trying to communicate something or work something out. I often speak of art as a language-- and even though these latest works are quite abstract-- I still think of them as a continuation and an evolution of the language.
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Heather-The-Hermit Featured By Owner Jan 21, 2007  Professional General Artist
It is NOT my opinion that abstract art is supposed to mean nothing. I know that there's more sense in abstract art sometimes than in any other most realistic art or any other. I said that cause i've read recently an article about "why people prefer to by abstract art for their apartments". And the author of that article claims that abstract paintings are only some colourful spots which are almost invisible in everyday life. That is why people buy it - cause they don't want to notice it, they don't want this art to disturb them. Isn't that paradox?
And the same author wrote that any kind of not abstract art is less popular cause it absorbs attention and it carries some emotions and stories – what doesn’t fell very comfortable in everyday life.
But isn’t for example Kazimir Malevich’s “Self-Portrait in Two Dimensions” actually much more stirring than any realistic painting? Abstract language is much more thrilling
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gregoriousone Featured By Owner Jan 23, 2007   Digital Artist
ah.. well when you put in the context of that article i see what you mean.
i find the paradox in the article quite interesting.
and yes abstract language is much more thrilling.
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Arisashi Featured By Owner Jan 12, 2007
welcome to the new year artwork! I like your pixelation, and might I add your colors give me a hopeful outlook on the future. bravo! is that a tiger on the right or am a crazy?
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gregoriousone Featured By Owner Jan 13, 2007   Digital Artist
well that is not a tiger on the right-- but that doesnt mean you are crazy for seeing one.
the right side of the image actually has two cropped photos.
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Coughing Featured By Owner Jan 12, 2007   Traditional Artist
I see people as skyscrapers, dancing when none are looking.
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gregoriousone Featured By Owner Jan 12, 2007   Digital Artist
thats the best comment i've heard in ages!
thanks alex!
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Coughing Featured By Owner Jan 12, 2007   Traditional Artist
Swell! No problem.
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fredfree Featured By Owner Jan 8, 2007
ultra-cool. i can really picture this at around 12 by 12 feet in some high-ceilinged modern gallery space. or at least i would like to. [i bet you would too!]
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gregoriousone Featured By Owner Jan 9, 2007   Digital Artist
Thanks j.

wow 12 x 12... heck i was only thinking maybe 6x6!
i've been having so much fun with this latest series of images.
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Phospheressence Featured By Owner Jan 8, 2007   General Artist
Great piece... did you enjoy geometry at school... construct this that bisects with that at this angle?
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gregoriousone Featured By Owner Jan 9, 2007   Digital Artist
I did quite enjoy geometry in school.. always found it strange that geometry made sense to me, but algebra... frustrated the dickens out of me.
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Phospheressence Featured By Owner Jan 10, 2007   General Artist
Same here! I loved the feelings involved in the technique of using a compass and how the lines cut so precisely through each other. While I love words and images I never seemed to see the beauty in numbers (although I imagine it is possible).
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gregoriousone Featured By Owner Jan 10, 2007   Digital Artist
geometry just seemed to make more sense to me. the shapes, the lines, everything was easy to visualize and understand-- heck i even tutored other students. I believe that there is beauty in numbers-- but I think the beauty has to be found in all those complex equations and proofs.
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castitas Featured By Owner Jan 6, 2007
love this bold composition, fits together perfectly
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gregoriousone Featured By Owner Jan 7, 2007   Digital Artist
thank you very much!
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rsparrow6 Featured By Owner Jan 6, 2007
Happy New Year!

Great title, by the way...seems to be going around...
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gregoriousone Featured By Owner Jan 6, 2007   Digital Artist
happy new year.

it seemed to fit.
these abstract pieces are a challenge to name sometimes.
and i hate using 'unititled'
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rsparrow6 Featured By Owner Jan 6, 2007
it's our old catholic upbringing - today is "Epiphany" on the church calendar...

oh, it's really going around 'cuz i had one in mind with same title...
would you mind?
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gregoriousone Featured By Owner Jan 7, 2007   Digital Artist
it does find ways of creeping in.

i have no reason to mind if you have a work of the same name. im sure mine isnt the first 'epiphany'
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kixxster Featured By Owner Jan 6, 2007
beautiful!
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gregoriousone Featured By Owner Jan 6, 2007   Digital Artist
why thank you... the fave is most appreciated as well.
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