Hardware is all of the parts of the computer you can see and touch.
Software is the instructions that a computer uses to do what you ask it to.
Conceptually in such an elementary and pure form it is in itself a thing of beauty (from such "compositions" pixel "rendition" vary according to the variability of monitor viewing characteristics). Going virtual or cyber as a computer artist involves moving mentally to new ground to gain a fresh perspective for making. Exposure to online cyberart has the potential to generalize viewer affinity into an appreciation of all art forms offline. Cyberart is yet another vehicle by which the mature artist can teach and share what he has learned about the nature of art. By selective clicking to access favorite online cyberart the browser is self-witnessing one's interest, judgment and reflection on his or her reaction to the art, thereby "creating the opportunity for moral self-assessment".
Art that is displayed and exists only in virtual or Cyberspace; the original art from which imagery is printed out (copied) or derived (downloaded). Currently, the virtual space of the World Wide Web on the Internet is Cyberart's domain. Through the breakthrough of technology and specifically telecommunications, art that can be experienced globally and from different locations at the same moment in time; real time, online art experience from a global audience. In current artists' application, "art" of the visual type, such as digital imagery, although the definition is broad enough to include the conceptual, which may be totally nonvisual in its aesthetic content. Art that emerges naturally from within the new global online society as it matures; evolving and cumulative online cultural artifacts. Art that intentionally creates cultural statements through study of the social sciences describing the nature of the virtual community. Creations of a specific group(s) emerging from cyberspace that work within the narrow definition of "art" as defined here and call themselves the "Cyberists", developing the works and concepts of "Webism". For the Cyberist Pygoya, his visual cyberart is either "cyberpaintings", online digital rendition of actual computer art paintings (oil on canvases) in the physical world, or "cyberdigital" works that have no cyberpainting counterparts but are original digital or electronic imagery. Online art that conjures up the experience of "art appreciation" from its novel Internet content as the subject matter or concept for the work. Experiment with new visual effects invented through computer graphics, incorporate these elements into historically new visual art and historically introduce the works first to the Internet audience. This is the form the art takes during transmission throughout the Information Highway. D., writes that "spiritual psychology studies mind through self-witnessing of one's thoughts and feelings on the daily round of activities." An artist's work by such definition is spiritual to the artist since one's self-witnessing of thoughts, feelings and values are projected into the work.
New section for mind files that you can send me and will be made available for the public as I get them.
and the struggle to prove the truth or otherwise of this assertion was for a while an extensive back-and-forth, involving Fans and Furs versus (mostly) anti-furries on forums such as Portal of Evil, CYD, and 4chan.
Eric's art has been published in multiple publications (beginning with Sabrina at See-CAD), and he also produces his own portfolios.
He has also produced a number of furry animations of varying lengths.
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