Good palette, and interesting to see you jumping on the wagon with the vector guys with less gradients and more solids. Just like the rastafarian though it lacks a certain sense of purpose, although I do find the composition more original, and the entire scene remensices of an underwater or deep space sense. I'm not sure if the little plusses and the gradient on the right really add much to the whole. And the green crappies...
I really like the dark color scheme with the vibrant bits of color, it seems different that what you usually do color wise, but then, I haven't been around for a long time, so i could be wrong! The scribbly edges of the white running into the clean white circles bug me tho...I'm not sure why...I think I want a little bit more color sneaking into the white spaces to give it more definition.
.....STOP IT!!!! lol
I'm too envious of how you effortlessly (not saying it took no effort- i mean the piece effortlessly blahblah) create a harmony of colour and shapes- i love your use of reds and yellows with other colours- looks stunning.
I'm trying to spot what the objects originally were, but i can only spot the gun there so far.
Oooh, slowly getting more into the grunge-new age art, I like it... though it still reeks pretty heavily of old skool kickass Computerologist that we all love But admittedly this is a little bit of a new step for you, there's styles that don't look like they've been used before in the previous things you've done. Reminds me of RESUK's work a little bit, I guess.
But anyways, wonderful work, both my go up to you. neato job.
ok... this is cool and the first time i saw it in the little view i thought it was a pic from a jet coming down on an aircraft carrier. lol... then i saw it as an abstrct and im like... eh... ok? so it's kool, i dont know anything about abstract stuff but i like it
the color is basic, but nice, its an interesting abstract study. I see alot of work in this vein on Deviant and its interesting in a way, but at the same time utterly banal. They're great as color and form studies as well as good practice, they just seem to await some sort of application. I've seen similar things used for website interfaces and such, but I think theres a possibility for this look to be used in something emotive. You got skills so use em, even if you look at the comments b4 me "nice color, cool style", so do it up make your style sya something.
Interesting the way you used that gradient in the background. It gives me this sort of "deep ocean" feel where, the deeper you go, the darker it is, you know? I believe that it works well here to accompodate that, err .. weird techy structure as the focal point of the whole thang.
The middle looks very gritty .. but, at the same time, concrete with those solid lines behind the gritty mass.