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Ghumbaz-Ho: Painting

Part of the Transmutation Series. The work borrows from literary and esoteric sources. From Philip K. Dick’s novel Frolix 8, with it’s alien, messianic and god-like figure Morgo Ran Vilc, to Rudolf Steiner’s esoteric work concerning the holographic projection planet reality, known as the ‘Eighth Sphere’. Ghumbaz-Ho is, in essence, a formless and shapeless energetic force (much like Morgo Ran Vilc, who is a protoplasmic […]

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Experiments with FilterForge – part 2

Here is another example of an existing image (3d render), modified using various 2d effects, but primarily with FilterForge 2d filters. Enjoy! Pierre D. Morgo Rahn Wilc

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Rare 1979 interview with Philip K Dick

A wonderful historical and sociological gem recorded back in 1979 in Santa Ana, CA. I felt privileged to have had the opportunity to listen to P K Dick’s philosophical musings, his ideas, insights, and comments. Though the interview is rather long in duration, you will be glued to your seat and transfixed by the experience.          

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The Shroud of Morgo

The Shroud of Morgo.  References to the controversial ‘Shroud of Turin’ religious artefact are more than obvious. However, the true meaning behind the CG portrait is not entirely meant to be religious in any way. Instead, the word ‘shroud’ in this case, pertains more to the concept of wrapping/texture mapping in 3D computer animation: ‘shroud’=’wrap’.  The techniques involved in the making of this image would require […]

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