Drawings with felt-tip pens and markers.
Images in gallery do not grow out work with virtual pictures
in programs of computers and notebooks, namely do not grow out work by means of
graphic tools for editing virtual images, but each drawing is created by real
paints of multi-colored markers and felt-tip pens.
Images are washed by distillate spirit during drawing and as a result paints of felt-tip pens and markers saturate a paper, and on a back of paper there are drawings.
Graphic figures in gallery are equivalent to a
retina in eyes of people and to neural networks in a visual zone of a brain
where the visible world is displayed and there are phantoms of imagination, and
also are equivalent to dreams in which it is possible to see fantastic illusions
or displays of a metaphysical reality, or it is possible to see projections of
the past and the future.
And also figures in gallery are equivalent to artistic images in pictures of the fine arts if pictures are images of visible imaginations and similar to dreams, or represent fantastic images of a metaphysical reality.
The gallery results texts which describe geometrical crossings of lines in the shown figures as phantom networks equivalent to neural networks of a brain and a retina of sight in eyes of people.