The castle in flames, the fleet released
No respite from the red flying beast
Each the moons in regal splendor
Only lights a dark path to surrender
Yet, see the light beyond Gaia's door
A sparkling being of nevermore
Brightly begotten, child of the light
Illuminates the dragon's night
Casts down his shadow! Wipe away doubt
Call on Elysium with glory's shout!
Done for this contest: [link]
Speak Visual: Design Digital
PLEASE CHECK THE CLOSEUPS AND DETAIL PAGE: [link]
in order to read the complete description, see closeups and details and to help you find the 10 hidden NVIDIA® claw pictures hidden throughout. I did not put a watermark on this because of the rules of the game. So please, respect me as an artist, and the NVDIA company who owns the logo, and dont copy it, please. Thank you so much, I really do appreciate it. *hug*
At first glance, you might think
ah, that dragon sure speak visually, but there is far more than meets the eye in this classic fantasy scene. Imagination and fantasy have and will always hold a special place in my heart, speaking a tale of mystery and magic, two things I love dearly. Unicorns and dragons are my favorite creatures, speaking of legends and sorcery of time long gone by or not yet here. Just as this picture tells a tale, all art speaks the primal language of symbolism. I am a storyteller, expressing myself through role playing, art and music. My art carries a story, whether it is because I drew it for someone or it is something personal. This piece is about what is hidden, and hiding here, in plain view, are 10 logos to find. This is meant to represent the hidden meanings of art. Look closely at the full size version, sometimes the secrets are in the details. The writers of the contest stated they wanted to play Wheres the claw? Therefore, I created a fun fantasy themed logo hunt.
Art speaks visually by presenting symbols and archetypes in an emotive setting to tell a story. It evokes legends of old to combines them with the modern techniques, just as the unicorn and dragon of old have been reborn in this new, modern medium of electronic art. Good visual stimuli should make you think, with your heart, your mind, or both. The true talent of any artist is to efficiently convey the story behind their work, and many artists create complicated works where this may not be easy.
Our own brain communicates to us in visual images, often through dreaming, flash insights, and for some people, precognition, telemetry and more. Our subconscious uses visual cues to teach us about the world around us. This is most often true in dreaming and art. Often, you can actually look at a picture to see what symbols, colors, patterns and shades that artist has used and what they might mean outside of their obvious artistic use, but rather a more philosophical meaning. You can actually do meditations or drawings that can help communicate with your "inner self" or "subconscious."
We speak visually, whether our tools are a paintbrush or tablet, canvas or screen. You will never know exactly what I was trying to say to you, but the art will speak. I was terrified of allowing people to see my art, not because I did not think it was nice to look at; no because, it is very exposing. I have learned to let go, to release my art. No matter what someone else thinks of your art, inside you, it tells a story, it speaks in the language of symbols, and it is our voice. And so here I release it. Perhaps you will hear my voice. Maybe you will not here the exact words I say, but I hope it sounds pretty, and perhaps you'll get the message.