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AMAE - Awesome Modern Art Environments

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Following on from past Environment collections, this collection displays an array of works intended to be viewed from a distance, in the context of the vast variety of environments they depict. Starting off, Early Universe Development is a raw work that uses dithered shading in contrast to bright colors and radiant light to emphasize both boundless, infinite energy and the emptiness of space - a duality embodied by that of which its title speaks. Over a Peaceful Landscape uses soft colors and an empty, sky-aqua background in order to emphasize its serenity. The bottom-middle of the work is where the entire bottom half converges to, so as to show that the landscape, while peaceful, is not barren, but is very much active and alive. Next, Spirit Festival is a careful, blue-violet work that delineates foreground from background by the method of texturing. These distinctions weave throughout the whole image, infusing every part of it with the essence of the spirits who are being celebrated by the festival portrayed by the work. Thick Jungle looks like it might fit in a FDMA collection, based on its uniform texture and repetitive style. Its gradient and subtle moire, accentuated by its rough digital texture, and the particular patterns of changing color, imply exploration through a dense jungle while maintaining enough agency to stay in control. And finally of note, Color Turf Wars uses pastel shading to blend seamlessly through gradients of colors with nothing to do with each other, the whole array coming to look almost like tissue paper. Sharper lines, clear vectors of division, are not respected by the overall coloration of the work, with the implied result being reflected in the work's title. Please enjoy!

Color Turf Wars

Early Universe Development

Exploring the Dark Unknown

Hazy Fence

Over a Peaceful Landscape

Slight Stall of a Wall

Spirit Festival

Thick Jungle