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May 17, 2009
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Thank you very much for all opinions. And I'm very glad for your great comments. As a result, I could decide to about my styles in the future as follows.

1. I'll continue to make both of abstract arts and chromatic series.
2. I make a new style as an evolution of both styles.

I wish to express my gratitude for everyone's opinions.

I release this image as the new style here. This is a first step for me. I want to establish it by studying more and more.

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Sneaky86 Featured By Owner Dec 13, 2009
awesome piece i like the new style :)
k3-studio Featured By Owner Dec 13, 2009  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Thank you ^^
triple3spin Featured By Owner Oct 8, 2009
Just looking thru your gallery.
Interesting piece ! :D Is this drawn
originally ?
k3-studio Featured By Owner Oct 8, 2009  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Thank you so much! yeah, this is my original drawing.
sykosys Featured By Owner Sep 19, 2009  Hobbyist Photographer
it kinda reminds me of a katana coming out of its sheath
k3-studio Featured By Owner Sep 19, 2009  Hobbyist Digital Artist
:D Thanks for your comments.
HtBlack Featured By Owner May 26, 2009
I don't have a subscription to post it under critiques, but I will post it here anyway. Please remember that this is only my PERSONAL opinion :D
So, I meant to give this a thoughtful critique and here it is. I think this is all right for a first try at a fusion between two styles which are different like positive and negative poles and so, maybe, attract each other. Yet I find there are some aspects to be found imperfect (which usually doesn’t happen with your works :) ), so here I go.
First of all...I personally think that things should be inverted. The “metallic” background kind of absorbs the light of the colours in the middle, drawing the attention away...and also, the lines of colour are somehow “undefined” to me, which I think was the opposite of what you desired as you made a red edge on them. Also, and this maybe was something you intended to do (so I may be wrong in commenting on it), I find that the style of those is clashing too much with what your chromatic series made us know and it is more related to the style of your (how shall I call them?) metals-related works.
What I think, overall is that in order for such a fusion to work you should invert this: I think for example of your Chromatic Corridor...making some metaphors, what if some unknown, shape-shifting creature belonging to a future of technology fell from the skies right into it? It would crawl like a newborn around, gazing doubtful (and warily) at everything because coming from a world of minerals and ore, of machinery and technology, this explosion of smooth curves, blending colours and whiteness make its eyes ache. This vision also opens up to a sort of “visual story”, made into chapters represented by images, where the chromatic universe becomes infected by the other, but that is a personal choice of yours. I hope you understood what I meant with this long metaphor, anyway.
This work seems to be lacking something from both your series and so, doesn’t work too much as a fusion to me. Yet you said it yourself that you will be studying and improving and that is what I personally appreciate most of you, so I’m not meaning you should stop trying...I will be waiting for more,actually. :)
k3-studio Featured By Owner Jun 4, 2009  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Thank you very much for your messages and comments. I think about this new style as follows. The key point is a fusion of digital abstract art and Chromatic series. This is included lighting, textures and models which studied at such styles. I want to evolve this new style still. If you'll give me your comments in the future, I'm very glad. ^^
HtBlack Featured By Owner Jun 11, 2009
I surely will! as you know, I am very fond of your works. :D
And I'm curious to see what will come out of your mind...
k3-studio Featured By Owner Jun 11, 2009  Hobbyist Digital Artist
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