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End of Times II by raysheaf End of Times II by raysheaf
An Apocalyptic fractal. Entirely done in UltraFractal 5.04
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Bodsterboy Featured By Owner Jan 18, 2012
Hi my name's Matt Bodie. I'm the lead singer of a band called "Bodie and the Psycho's". Anyways I'm recording a single to go on itunes and I need some cover art to go along with it. I was wondering if per chance I could use one of these images here. I really love the work. Please get back to me if you can.
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raysheaf Featured By Owner Jan 18, 2012  Professional General Artist
Thank you for appreciating my art, Matt! OK, please let's discuss this in messages on Friday. Tomorrow opening a solo exhibition here in Spain and really busy. For sure we can come to something :-)
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Bodsterboy Featured By Owner Feb 25, 2012
I hope it went well. The single's almost ready for release, so if you wanted to email me the artwork at bodsterboy@gmail.com, I'd be elated. Also for the album itself. I am going to need lots of artwork so if your interested I'd love to talk about some ideas.
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Bodsterboy Featured By Owner Jan 23, 2012
I hope your exhibition went well. How would you like to go about doing this? The work I was hoping to use was the "End of Times II". THis would be the artwork for a single. I have a much more specific design in mind for the actual album cover. But I would love to work with you on it. But one step at a time. What do I need to do to get your permission to use that art for my single?
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raysheaf Featured By Owner Jan 24, 2012  Professional General Artist
Thanks, the exhibition goes well. Sent you a note, about the picture.
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russianlad Featured By Owner Aug 22, 2011
Great piece wow!!!
I have 2 questions 4 u:
1. If possible could you tell what formula and OCA you used (just for general knowledge no specific explanations).
2. I read that you held this piece in an exibition: did you post only fractal images? On which kind of support did you print it on (canvas, cardboard, ecc)? I had several of mine printed on a plaster mould and i then showed them to my art dealer who thought the images where nice, but did not like the fact that they were printed by a machine and did not have any "hand made" parts to it. He suggested that I made some finishing touches on them by hand. What's your opinion and your personal experience.
Thank alot
Boris
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raysheaf Featured By Owner Aug 22, 2011  Professional General Artist
Hi,
Well it has more than 40 layers with different formulas. Usually I find 1, 2 or 4 shapes that will serve for my theme and begin to build backgrounds, textures etc.
I always print on paper. A not so smooth, with irregular pores pattern. Then it goes into a thin frame with non reflective glass. For what you say however, I got the idea to make some hand touch with some hmm, plastic base liquid (actually a mix of 60%brilliant and 40%mate). With such thing the laminated reproductions are usually treated in various galleries. It gives the effect of relief brush strokes. I've used such thing professionally some 8years ago. Can't tell you right now what exactly it is, because in Bulgaria it is unknown. Yet in Spain there is everywhere, will ask and will tell you. It's cheap, usually is sold in 10liters cans. So I think for future works to apply some of this as well. Then it can be framed like oil picture. Sure you'll need the fractal to be glued on some hard base before to apply this.
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russianlad Featured By Owner Aug 22, 2011
Great piece wow!!!
I have 2 questions 4 u:
1. If possible could you tell what formula and OCA you used (just for general knowledge no specific explanations).
2. I read that you held this piece in an exibition: did you post only fractal images? On which kind of support did you print it on (canvas, cardboard, ecc)? I had several of mine printed on a plaster mould and i then showed them to my art dealer who thought the images where nice, but did not like the fact that they were printed by a machine and did not have any "hand made" parts to it. He suggested that I made some finishing touches on them by hand. What's your opinion and your personal experience.
Thank alot
Boris
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WhoAteMyEggo Featured By Owner Jul 4, 2011
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Szellorozsa Featured By Owner Jul 4, 2011
It's really looks apocalyptic. I like it a lot.
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