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Just a quick doodle :p

More elaborate pieces are in the making ;)
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:iconouzo216:
This is like the negative of the other you just posted. Reminds me of ice or something, less like stars, more like inside of a comet. Again, love it, very fun. :)
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BLPH Sep 16, 2012   Digital Artist
Haha, I haven't viewed it from that perspective yet. Now that you mention it, it does look a bit like it :p
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At the risk of indulging in philosophical analysis, I must point out that to have made two such pieces- like fire and ice- in so close a time frame your subconscious must have been battling something. :p
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BLPH Sep 27, 2012   Digital Artist
Certainly, that is possible. Alternatively, one can also conclude that those two are my favorite themes :p
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While alternate conclusions are often simpler, they do not always describe the general case. I was speaking with a group of male friends recently, and they happily informed me that it is entirely possible for a man to have a completely blank mind. I was equally glad to inform them that the same is never true for a woman, whose brains are, by no fault of their own, consistently layered, like an onion. In short, as a woman, my default reaction was the deeper, more complicated case, while yours was indeed the simpler, more general case. Either way, I enjoy your work. ;)
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BLPH Oct 3, 2012   Digital Artist
Hehe, thank you! Indeed, quite often, I enjoy to take the simple road. But the rest of the time (90%), I take a few hard paths that eat up way too much time to be funny anymore :p
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When the outcome is independent of the path taken, then the hard path must surely present no advantage.
However, if the outcome is undefined by the beginning (or) the end, then the hard path poses invaluable opportunities for learning.
After all, can there truly be any extraneous solutions to life?
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BLPH Oct 9, 2012   Digital Artist
Well, we first have to define the "solution of life" to actually be able to find any solutions :p
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DioCrisher Sep 11, 2012
Wow! Amazing work! I wish I knew how to make the stars come out that shiny looking.
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BLPH Sep 12, 2012   Digital Artist
Thanks a ton!
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