Read Issue 33 : Ali Ries Digital Space Artist “I have looked to the stars all my life. To be connected to deep-space in any way I can is a dream come true.”

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Interview : Sebastien Hue 

“The main difference between fractals and 3D applications like Bryce is that usually when creating fractals one doesn’t really have a plan of what to create and how the result will look like. Fractals are more like “finds” and not plans….the possibilities are endless.”

Interview : Jeff Wal

“I have always been inspired by a variety of artists, art styles and genres, and regularly try different styles, often emulating artists that have stood out to me, to see what I can achieve. This is always a good thing to do and practice as you may need to create or match an existing art style.”

Interview : Ali Ries

“I have looked to the stars all my life. The Hubble telescope brought me closer to the wonderful spectacle that the Universe is. To be connected to deep-space in any way I can is a dream come true.”

Interview : Scott Richard 

“I do approach all of my art with a plan or prevision of the image in my mind. I like to listen to music before I start a new image. The music helps stimulate the brain in areas not active otherwise.”

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