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July 26, 2005
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This is the second in a series of wallpapers that seek inspiration in the movements of classical dance, particularly in regards to the variety of ways that the human figure can convey emotive meanings. The first wallpaper in this series may be seen here: [link]

For lotís more cool wallpapers, be sure to visit my gallery:

Stock Photo Credits:

This wallpaper is a photo-manipulation, using the stock photos from the following stock image sources:

Attention Wallpaper Lovers:

Wallpapers get a lot of downloads, but they seldom get very many comments. If you like a wallpaper (by me or anyone else), please please please give it a fave, and leave a comment saying why you like it! And if you don't like it, tell us why! This is very important to those of us who make the wallpapers you download, and not just for reasons of ego-gratification. Some people think of wallpapers as so-much eye-candy ... but they are so much more also. Since you download it onto your desktop, a wallpaper can be a very personal choice, as it is something that stares back at you from your monitor everytime you start your computer. The production of decent wallpapers, like any other kind of art, requires feedback, comments and criticism! So much for my rant ... enjoy the wallpapers, and say something, damnit!!!

Attention Digital Artists:

Have you thought about posting some of your work as wallpapers? The DA community is very much about exploring avenues for creating digital art that is more than "just" eye-candy. But, sometimes, it's fun to remember that art can be as much about function as form, and one of the most traditional ~practical~ uses of digital art is as wallpapers. You might enjoy making and sharing wallpapers that, hopefully, look good and yet make the viewer stop and think for a second, or at the very least do a double-take. You might appreciate the challenge of creating a personal system of syntagmatics that successfully presents complex issues in a "pop-art" medium that tends to be highly iconic in nature. Finally, you might feel a sense of mission in working in a DA genre that really hasn't fully evolved beyond the representation of eye-candy as art. Anyways, think about it ...
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MyLittlePhoenix Featured By Owner Apr 25, 2009
Love this.
borty12 Featured By Owner Feb 2, 2008
Dude, I LOVE the pose of the female here. So sexy!
spikyike Featured By Owner Apr 12, 2007
i knew i recognized Niemand in that wallpaper.
soullessWolf85 Featured By Owner Nov 23, 2005
beautiful and sexy ... a fantastic work!
cuttingedgecomix Featured By Owner Sep 10, 2005
Stimulating works. I can see their is a lot of intelligent thought behind your work,you are in a class all by yourself.
JewJew Featured By Owner Aug 31, 2005   Writer
I like the soft tone
at80eighty Featured By Owner Jul 29, 2005
very fluid capture! that and the sensous nature of dance makes this a great pic! nice one!
Laurion Featured By Owner Jul 30, 2005
Thanks for the kind comment! :)
at80eighty Featured By Owner Jul 31, 2005
np! meant every word of it!

/btw - w/ref to your sig. - im a pencil sketcher yeah..i hate you now :pissedoff: ..or something... :p
mysteriouschicken Featured By Owner Jul 27, 2005   Photographer
Is that an outline of people in the background? I like that the most about this picture, for some reason.
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