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Dysprosium by SRudy on DeviantArt
I've been working on this artworks in the past 5 months, I'm really proud of the result. It's a pointillism, done using black ink on paper. 21x42 cm Clo... Dysprosium
Tras su ruptura con Anne Snape, Draco Malfoy pensó que jamás dejaría de amarla, pero todo cambió cuando una desconocida llegó abruptamente a su vida para demostrarle que todos merecen ser felices incluso en los peores momentos. Esta historia está dentro del entorno de Possesive, dándole un giro con nuevos personajes. ⚠️Si vienes de POSSESIVE, T/n de allá, aquí es Anne Snape⚠️ Tampoco es necesario que la hayas leído antes. La mayoría de los personajes pertenecen a J.K Rowling, a excepción de Mattheo Riddle que es de Yasmine.
Inspirational Tuesday Artist #01 - Loish van Baarle - at Don Corgi
Loish van Baarle a.k.a. Loish is a Dutch Artist. She has been drawing most of her life and has switched to Digital Art in early 2003.
Zdzisław Beksiński Dystopian Dark Surrealism
Zdzisław Beksiński was a master Polish Artist and painter working in the Surreal and Dark Art forms. Beksiński created in what he would often call either a 'Baroque' or a 'Gothic' style, though strains of a Dark Surrealism could be often seen. In his best-known period, Beksiński created dark images of an ominous post-apocalyptic world.
A Study of the Roughness of Gothic Rose Windows - Nexus Network Journal
The rose window is one of the most representative elements of Gothic art and architecture. In this work we analyze fifteen rose windows from fifteen Gothic cathedrals using fractal geometry. Specifically, we examine the texture and roughness of these rose windows focusing on three factors, their designs, glass areas and solid areas. In this investigation we generate parameters which provide a measure of roughness of the rose windows in order to find out if they show a general non-random fractal pattern. The paper concludes that statistically, there is a characteristic fractal pattern in the solid and glass areas of the rose windows of the Gothic style, but not necessarily in their overall design.