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By Ken_fuji
This is the full version of "Firestorm".

The image promotes "theta mediation". The concept being, if you stare at this long enough you will enter into a gentle hypnotic state of relaxation. Thanks for looking.


Tags: Specialist and abstract Digitally manipulated Digital art Abstract art

Voters: Eviscera, scouseterrier, kcranmer and 4 more

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Eviscera 12 1.1k 149 United Kingdom
23 Sep 2007 12:03AM
i did and warrious and wars was my state.

superb and thanks !


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Ken_fuji 12 26 1 Scotland
23 Sep 2007 12:05AM
You're welcome, and thank you for the comment.

Ken_fuji 12 26 1 Scotland
23 Sep 2007 12:34AM
In order to receive the full effect, the image is best viewed as large as possible. As I am not an e2 member, I was unable to upload the larger version of the image.


23 Sep 2007 1:38AM
it worked for me! Great work

Dee Smile
kcranmer 10 22 United States
23 Sep 2007 2:23AM
Firestorm is very exquisite, even the thumbnail caught my attention! *click*
imander 11 388 7 United Kingdom
23 Sep 2007 11:15AM
really interesting work, still staring
Ken_fuji 12 26 1 Scotland
25 Sep 2007 1:36AM
Thank you all so very much. Your generous comments have really cheered me up.

Best wishes to you all,

User_Removed 14 239 7 England
26 Sep 2007 8:10PM
ken nice piece operating off a french machine without my glasses so am struggling to see and use the keyboard many thanks for your comment on my apple core pic


Ken_fuji 12 26 1 Scotland
28 Sep 2007 2:24AM
Thanks Gerry. "Core Belief" is a stunning shot. I only wish I had your vision (and skill).

Take care,
thorn 13 124 2 Scotland
2 Dec 2007 4:24PM
Hi Ken,
This one is amazing, i love how it moves,the way it seems to push off of itself and give different angles no matter how long you look it is a different picture to you and the 3d work is awesome.Class work,creativeness as always and above all talent.Hugs,AnnSmile
18 Jan 2008 4:47PM
How fascinating. I personally daren't look at it closely because I've been put into a very very deep (not gentle) state of theta 'being' and am acutely aware that I do not want to go there myself unsupervised.

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