Archive for the Visual Art Category

Chemical Memories

Posted in Visual Art, Writing with tags , , , on 14/07/2019 by GeoSolus

What many call love can be experienced with a pill or a cult for they have never truly loved. Through chemistry and faith, human emotions have been controlled for centuries and those who understand this hide their knowledge for various reasons. Some choose the path of mystery to avoid their knowledge being used for detrimental means. Others shroud their secrets with cloak and dagger to ensure an upper hand against all those who may oppose them. Yet a handful have always risen above these ways of manipulation for their hearts were forged in the fires of the universal mind.

The Narrator Online

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The Symbol

Posted in Visual Art with tags , , , , , on 03/07/2019 by GeoSolus

Crow Cell Colour Symbol Test 1

 

The Whistler

Posted in Visual Art, Writing with tags , , , , , on 23/05/2019 by GeoSolus

The program needs a face to appear less hostile and more approachable to the life with which it interacts. The time of observation is coming to a close and the reveal is inevitable so one must be prepared.

The Whistler Keys

Zhi Jing W.I.P.

Posted in Visual Art with tags , , , , , on 19/05/2019 by GeoSolus

04 - W

We build our machines with the hope that they will excel where we have failed.

S!X

Posted in Visual Art, Writing with tags , , on 04/05/2019 by GeoSolus

S!X V3 Test 2 800px Squared

A Day

Posted in Diary, Visual Art with tags , , on 15/03/2019 by GeoSolus

GIF Colour 5

One full spin makes a day and so planet Earth becomes my visual clock. As I am, in between other things, creating a time piece built on imagery.

The Angles

Posted in Visual Art with tags , , , , on 24/02/2019 by GeoSolus

The Angles Test 1

A detail from The White Devil’s Dozen becomes personified to symbolize The Tethered God.

Angles and colour scheme are in place but I still need to draft up more sketches for poses and movement as this is a stop motion project that requires a certain fluidity to contrast with sudden cuts.