Archive for the ‘Magic’ Category

Fiery Rebirth

February 6, 2011 Leave a comment

Out of the flames, life returns.



November 21, 2010 2 comments

For a brief moment, the way to another dimension opens…

Categories: Fractal Art, Fractals, Magic


November 8, 2010 1 comment

What hides behind the veil? I see a glimpse of dancing, of laughing, nothing more.

Categories: Creativity, Fractal Art, Magic


October 3, 2010 2 comments

Darkness has its own beauty. The faintest light can project exquisite patterns on it.

Categories: Fractal Art, Magic

Flight of Fancy

August 27, 2010 3 comments

Need I say more?

Categories: Fractal Art, Inspiration, Magic

Infusion of Lifeforce

June 21, 2010 Leave a comment

Look at this image, let it sink in. Let it invigorate your spirit, refresh your mind, give you strength. It will loosen knots you didn’t even know you had.

Desert Talisman

May 6, 2010 2 comments

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Its subtle patterns fascinate me, take my mind to far away, imagined places…

Categories: Fractal Art, Magic, power

Vision 2

April 27, 2010 Leave a comment

And as visions tend to, this one is especially unstable, changing and morphing with the slightest touch (of my mouse, in this case)

Categories: Fractal Art, Magic


April 21, 2010 4 comments

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Sometimes what is seen cannot be described by any words. Sometimes it can be described by an image, a representation. But what if that still isn’t enough?

Categories: Fractal Art, Magic


February 3, 2010 4 comments

It’s amazing to see just how much one can improve in the span of a couple of years. I recently found this old fractal in my files, and decided to update it to reflect my current skill level.

The mystery of the vortex has been in this piece right from the start though, and no amount of technical proficiency could have compensated for the lack of that. Revisiting the past reminds me of how magical the whole process felt back then. Being able to even create something at all, having complete control over this tiny universe within an editor. It was exhilarating, and my writings from that time reflect that breathlessness, the complete amazement at my newly found passion.

I’ve grown up a lot since then, but once thing I promise myself is to never lose that sense of childlike wonder. It’s the stuff life is made from.