- Aug 17, 2016
Thanks Paul. In deed all pics are combination of various techniques I've developed. A lot of optics is used in certain way to get it. It is part of my research. Essentialy these photos are statues of shapen light. Every detail is brought to existence in precision setup.Very entertaining photos. Radim. Some look like you use a diffraction grating to get a repeating effect of a singular pattern. I can't make out what you used in the first one that was done only in green. + Rep.
Yeah, I have no fear from any object. BTW this one is one year old photo. It has been published here, but from some reason it dissapeared from thread, so I posted it again to celebrate one year of this artwork.I see you are now using more objects in your laser art of forests. The globe is a nice touch. :thanks:
I have no clue Paul, but it will be definitely awesome. Look, I'm developing some special device in my Project A (since beginning). It is more suitable for lab, than outside, so I'm improving it to take part of it outside as well. This machine works great and is awesome source of knowledge. Just short info... It occupies entire my lab room so far. Now I've told you a lot...Well, if you keep it up, just think what you'll be doing in ten years.
Exactly Paul, that is exactly the reason I started with TaoLiim. It is a new kind of scientific-philosophical art book. You fill it part by part by your own meanings along to artist's meanings and you communicate with the artwork. The book is the artwork itself.Most successful artists continue to push the envelope and try to create things that others have not seen before. I hope this is what you decide to do. The art speaks for itself. There is no need to explain it or give it meaning, as good art is appreciated on its own. It is best to leave meaning up to the people who appreciate it as it can mean something different to many people.