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Tell us what defines you as a person.
I am always looking forward, the glass is always half full. How did you find out about deviantART and why did you join the community?
I was browsing the web for interesting art. I joined because I wanted also to share my art here at this great community - at the beginning I posted photos I’ve done, but later (and now) I am just showing my 3d art. For my photos I’ve opened a different account, but it is abandoned. When and how did you discover your passion for art?
Difficult, it was always there. As child I was always drawing something, when I got a computer I started to paint with the given tools, learned to post process photos I’ve done and later I discovered my love for rendered images - that’s what I am still doing. No, I can’t really say when exactly I discovered it… What inspires you the most and when do you think your creativity is at its maximum?
That’s very different: sometimes it is when reading a book, sometimes it is music which gives me a inspiration, also browsing through the art of other people inspires me. But also often I am sitting in front of my computer, having my tool open, and it just goes it’s own way - I just start something and it ends in a new image. What do you think you'd be doing if you hadn't chosen this path?
Doing this is a hobby, but… instead of this I think I would work at motorbikes and/or cars in my spare time. What do you think it's your most meaningful deviation and what makes it special? Does it have a story behind it?
Hmmm, can’t really say which one this could be. A deviation I often look at is Rainy day
, which is done at a rainy day after reading a book from the Shadowrun-Series. Do you have any insecurities regarding your art?
I think most people have - yes! I often think that what I am doing is not the limit of what I can do, that I have to become better, learn more. That’s what spurs me on! Did art ever helped you to deal with your life problems?
It helps me to clear my head, it takes me out of everyday life. So: yes. After a rough day it is really recreating to get into this world and when I am done - everything is fine. What is the one thing you always wanted to do but never got a chance to?
Regarding art: I want to model my own characters, want to do animations - besides of art are also many things I want to do, for example travel… travel to Scotland, Ireland, … A few words for our fellow artists?
Go your way! Don’t listen too much at things other people say, it’s your art! Always try to explore your potential and get better!
the leaderscudded past like a sparrow smudged with coal ash;
arrived at the vantage point, his smirk
never having given him away
what kind of lava was,
in that moment,
coursing through his brain?
(he turned up
his collar; it was getting
with our beer bellies & rash -
covered necks, perhaps,
have to wipe off the foam
(did it come from the mouth? or
from the rim of the glass? be honest...)
& face that,
even stripped of circumstances,
would be throbbing on
the dissection table,
.Your promises turn
me bitter like black coffee
I crave sweeter lies
GreenwareGod took a pottery class
and could have spun perfect
pots from the store-bought
clay the instructor found half
off with an expired coupon.
He could have thrown slender
vases on a rickety wheel
or molded leather-hard discards
into elegant tea cups.
The glaze on his biscuits
unblistered; His earthenware
free of crackle; no shivering
to be found on His mugs.
God took a pottery class
and made sure every piece was flawed,
and called them perfect.
equinamity eludes man
remind yourself that you have two speaking lungs
beautifully uttering orchestrated sharp and flat
shifting in your diaphragm
remind yourself that your body is a work of art;
even as you are standing still, you are painting through
the indigo of your veins and the vermilion of your arteries;
do not fret for the stains on your skin do not take anything
away and in fact stand as a testament, an apotheosis
of the bubble-fragile buoyancy of your finite flesh
remind yourself that you have one breathing tongue;
an animated work with every flick, click, and lick
with it you write your biography, your magnum opus
in the inner ears of your listeners-
pay no attention to naysayers
is the door
Overpopulation.When they take
do they count
that we no longer
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