Abstract contraption by Filipa Nunes
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all that is known and secure in the memory of time, had once been loose in the space of abstraction. To capture such ideas that flow endlessly and loosely in the betweens of reality, one much have a powerful contraption that will pull them all together in one place. After such contraption springs, another will take its place. And it takes time, since the known memories do tend to escape back to the ethereal space of nothingness.

Apophysis 7×15, Photoshop CS5 for frame and background (original file png transparent). Paint shop pro IX for colour tweaks.
Basis: satania gnarls tutorial
Tweaks, twists and turns, by me.

Enjoy!

© 2011 Filipa Nunes

Ana Filipa Nunes, signs as Filipa Nunes/Clepsidras/Linhas-de-agua
Hobbies:
Digital art artist – Photomanipulations & Fractal art.
Photographer – > Architectural and Landscape/Waterscape mainly.
Writer → Poetry and Short stories

You can check my works also at other galleries: check my main profile page.

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Hope you enjoy my expressions.
Have a nice day. Always.

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Comments

  • Virginia N. Fred
    Virginia N. Fredalmost 4 years ago

    This is awesome Filipa, fabulous work

  • Thank you Gina! I’m so glad you liked it.
    And thank you for the fave too. :)

    – Filipa Nunes

  • Beatriz  Cruz
    Beatriz Cruzalmost 4 years ago

    This is totally cool,Love how it spreads out,Colors are Beautiful,Excellent work!!

  • Thank you Betty! :D

    – Filipa Nunes

  • Jaclyn Hughes
    Jaclyn Hughesalmost 4 years ago

    This is absolutely gorgeous Filipa! Fabulous gradient choice for this as well! :)

  • Not my regular gradients, that is what I loved most about it. :) Thank you for the comment hun. :)

    – Filipa Nunes

  • happypattern
    happypatternalmost 4 years ago

    My mind seems to be working like that? Really brilliant gnarls and gorgeous colours!

  • Sometimes it does work like this, other times it wraps itself around and reinvents itself. ;)
    Thank you for commenting Sylvia!

    – Filipa Nunes

  • barrowda
    barrowdaalmost 4 years ago

    Beautiful creation, Filipa! For some reason, my mind wants to look at it so that the right side is at the bottom…cool narrative, as well…conveys a concept of “mental entropy” which I totally agree is always a powerful and active force… Best, David

  • For some reason, your mind wants to reinvent it. Only normal, you are being captured by the contraption! (giggles) As I told you, stories do come out natural with me. I guess my mental entropy is more attuned with words than it is with images. But I fare in images too! Thank you David. :)

    – Filipa Nunes

  • sstarlightss
    sstarlightssalmost 4 years ago

    Fabulous creation, Filipa, like the gradient and the title. I’ve fixed my link on ATF, thanks for let me know. No, I don’t use the Easy button, I simply post as usual…. ;o)

  • Gradient+title= weirdness. :) Thank you for commenting Claudia. Glad you fixed your link. If you use the easy button you will avoid that situation and everyone can comment. :)

    – Filipa Nunes

  • Jaclyn Hughes
    Jaclyn Hughesalmost 4 years ago

    I think that is why I like it so much. It wasn’t a “safe” gradient. You tried something different and it worked out beautifully. I did the same thing on my recent gnarls. :) Great minds think alike!

  • Great minds do think alike. ;)

    – Filipa Nunes

  • Phoxford
    Phoxfordalmost 4 years ago

    Lovely piece of work Filipa. For me, it all seems to be converging from the left , heated and thrown out to the right. Well done, love it!

  • It is so funny how people tend to see your works in a different way. Thank you David. :) Your comments are always appreciated. :)

    – Filipa Nunes

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