I have to write a story for my Language Arts class and we must based it off of a picture. Of course I chose yours, it is amazing. Your painting gave me the idea of the underwater city. It is about what happens after you die and it gave me the idea of people's ashes thrown into the sea and creating a city down there. This is what I have so far "My ashes start waltzing and cascading down to the bottom. The jellyfish tentacles sway, dancing just for me, but there are about 50 other ashes waiting to claim their burrough." I was so inspired because I love Sci-Fi especially utopia and dystopia stuff. Thanks a lot I will be sure to credit your beautiful work and I am considering buying a canvas once I save enough money Thanks again, love your work!
Hello! Can I use this image as a background for an Android game, please? I will give credit on the credits section of the game, and will post a link to Google Play when the game is published (still under development). The game contents are appropriate for all audiences. Thanks! Joe P.S. GREAT work! It look great on the game too (the game action happens underwater)
Jeez, I love the perspective for this picture. <3 The blur effect used on the closer underwater plants to zoom in on the amazing city is just perfect, it really looks as if we're looking down on it while underwater. *u*
I know this is going to sound like a weird question, but would you possibly allow me to use this image as a non-profit website banner? I'd be sure to credit you, and even have a link back to this page if you wanted!
First of all, nice work! What inspires you when designing those buildings? I'm an architecture student and also a hardcore sci-fi fan, so when I look at those paintings what I typically see, are massive, heavy towers, with huge proportions and pipe-like horizontal structures. Probably this innate distopian view is a byproduct from early cyberpunk literature (Sprawl trilogy) or some movies (Aliens 2, Blade Runner), etc, but there are some other ways to think the futuristic architecture. I say this because there are some really nice architects with a increasing number of built works, using wide-range languages through technology: Kinect elements that create shape-changing buildings, parametric tools for solving complex shapes beyond the standard "box", just to name a few.