Yes, of course. I completely understand. The program allows you to run applications, explore the computer, browse the internet and to store information using rich formatted text. It supports the use of themes, among other features. If you want to see some screenshots I can send it to you by mail, since I can't find a way to attach the pics here.
Path of the light, or path of the darkness? I get this feeling when i look into these beautifully drawn waters and land. Its a very hard feeling to describe, but its almost as if the forested side of the image holds more hope in it as all the scintillas of light, beam against the tall, lush grass, however, it also gives me a sense of deception, since as you go past the brightly lit plant life, there are the dark shadows and trees looming over the peace almost like a sign saying, "there is always a pain in happiness." The other side of the image, however, gives a sense of a rocky and harsh road, with waters always beating down on you, pushing you back, and your only motivation is the light, high above the mountain peaks which you oh so desperately reach for. And last but not least, the rushing waters which flow past the jagged rocks. It almost resembles a constant path of motion, never stopping for any occasion, much like time. With realization, were you maybe attempting to go for an image showing life as it is in reality, a happy, yet dark place which only offers encumbrances toward the main goal, with time quickly rushing past you as you slowly make your way up the mountain, which is life?
Thank you for a very long comment, reflect on life. It's nice that everyone can see in the picture what he wants. I mostly I make the same places I'd like to see. I really like the thick darkness of a strong light brightened. Sometimes I really do not succeed well to do. Thank You very much!
Thanks! Somehow I do not want to tutorials because I usually do a lot of change from the initial concept. And the grass is not so hard to do. Just start from the dark background (preferably in a dark gray or black) and then a lighter brush with very fine texture, and finally, some grasses are easy to paint the brightest hand for the final effect.