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touch me by AnnaPaar touch me by AnnaPaar
through sheer wishing i came in
from the utter bounds of eternity
right in front of your eyes to see---



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PhotoComix2 Featured By Owner May 5, 2012
another nice globe
AnnaPaar Featured By Owner May 5, 2012
wish you happy inspiring sa:sun:day! :iconsparklyplz:
PhotoComix2 Featured By Owner May 5, 2012
Thanks !
Hermetic-Wings Featured By Owner Apr 14, 2012  Hobbyist Photographer
It raises some unknown feeling inside of me! touch it while your eyes are completely closed or put it into your mouth -just as a child can understands the objects- so seductive!
AnnaPaar Featured By Owner Apr 14, 2012
thank you, dear Ayhan! :thanks:
you kindly wandered through GTC (grand tile collector) collection
and left your traces here... :-)

and yes, that was so much what i tried --
to capture this seductive quality of objects through 3d
you bring this word "seductive" now... i never found it before for it
but that's what it was about...

about how objects become luring, attractive, totally compelling
and how that maybe is some kind of projection
of that strong and weak mind of grand tile collector...
i imagined an old very learned and bitter man
that dances a kind of craziness, a crazy obsession in his mind...
but later i took most tile images down, because i found they were not good enough 3d images :-)
they were stories too...

3d... you know with 3d the question about reality arises anew
then we can try to make virtual worlds that are so dense, so compelling, so luring
that we will sink into them... get lost like maybe in old old fairy tales as children...
it's a 3d graphic issue too...

"touch me" was the last stop, the most extreme place i got to with it...

as so often you clad it in clear words and images
take me further to clarity...
i like so much :boing:

thank you for keeping me kind company!
happy to hear your reflection, dear Ayhan!
Hermetic-Wings Featured By Owner Apr 16, 2012  Hobbyist Photographer
Seductive is used as a kind of provocative things...Seduction provoke us to act...The title says "touch me" And the object can be examined only by touching it. Because we can not name it, we can not decide what to do with it. So we try our senses to find the way to use that object. The first on is "Touching it"
And the title is "Touch me"...
ıt is a provocation! or more! Just one step away from it then it is a seduction. the object itself creates such a feeling. SEDUCTIVE...
I am agree the side of "Graphic issue" for the 3D works yes! It's clearer but the seductive issue of ^D is just examined...:D
AnnaPaar Featured By Owner Apr 16, 2012
i can see what you say...
your words are shining on it
like a very good lamp
with soft clear light
then bring forth shapes, aspects that were in shadows
for me :thanks:

yes, provocation
maybe teasing myself too...
about dream, about reality, about usefulness, about precious uselessness...
about how i want and about how others want and about how destiny/source wants us
and that's decisive... but now i jumped to this other (the unsayable) --
while it's so simple to just concentrate on this one totally invented object
that (almost) materialized here... i often try simple
it lures me so much... when i step nearer, starts shining again in so many shades and reflections
doors open behind behind beyond... and so on
maybe that's why i constantly return to simplest form... dance in and out of it...

thank you for wonderful kind explanation and heartfelt conversation, dear Ayhan! :thanks:
FabioKeiner Featured By Owner Mar 4, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
das lässt sich sicher durch gedankenkraft bewegen :))
AnnaPaar Featured By Owner Mar 4, 2012
ja :boing:
BergOne Featured By Owner Jun 26, 2011
This looks so tangible it is hard to belive it isn't.
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