ABSTRACT GRAPHICS PICTURES EXPLAINED
A. BEFORE ANYTHING, HOW ARE THESE ABSTRACT GRAPHICS PICTURES CREATED?
Unfortunately, the process of creating a valid AG
picture is way too computer-labor intensive. Note that in order to develop this exceptional AG "technology/methodology", we worked
for more than ten long years! Now, think of it this way.
One AG picture is processed slowly, in about 3 computer-work days (well now, in parallel with a
few others). However, our statistical data indicate that only one in three AGs will end up in becoming a valid, sufficiently interesting AG
picture; the other two are deleted. Note that during those three days of an incredibly stressful effort, a single AG picture requires thousands of mouse clicks, and hundreds of
software adjustments. Compare
this hard work with taking your camera outdoors early in the morning, and clicking on it a few times . . .
Even more disturbing to us is the fact that it takes us some time to realize the art-value of most AG pictures we've made. In some instances
we realize we have a masterpiece even some two weeks later, when we are just about to delete it! This is a particularly
mind-stressing activity, because the brain needs to anticipate a possible non-existing shape, a suitable color composition, plus
a few possible extra enhancing effects. Even more, such a graphic, mental, creative endeavor needs to be supported by a lot of
luck, by some fate, and by plenty of trust in personal abilities!
By the way; our Abstract Graphics are not based on, or derived from, NASA/HUBBLE images.
The "seeds" we use in processing our AG pictures need to be a lot more . . . consistent. On the other hand, the initial seed
is way too little important compared to the entire AG process, so . . .
B. TO WHAT ARE THESE ABSTRACT GRAPHICS GOOD FOR?
First of all, our Abstract Graphics
[abbreviated AG] are RGB screen decorative pictures designed specifically for Internet and TV screen display. Note that the AG
pictures we present are the most efficient, commercially, in capturing client's attention!
You see, there are gazillions of pictures for sale on the Internet, and some of them are indeed stunning—we cannot deny that. There are pictures of
very nice girls/ladies, or of boys/men; there are breathtaking landscape/nature pictures; and then we have the amazing Hubble pictures of the Universe. However, although utterly exceptional, those
are not good commercially supporting pictures (as active Commercial
Advertising Vectors) because they are way too focused on their specific
subject: say, girl, nature, Universe.
In opposition, our AG pictures do arouse the interest of the client (since they are so strange looking), only they do that
without focusing client's mind on any specific subject. That is exactly the proper mental state and the perfect moment when
commercial advertising should kick in to detour client's attention towards the advertised product. Nothing works better to boost
your commercial activity than our
mind-relaxing Abstract Graphics pictures!
Finally, all our AG pictures are designed to work as "site banners"—just
take a look at the picture on top of this page. In case you need a
nice banner picture for a new page in your site, we have the perfect
Commercial Advertising Vector for you!
C. DO YOU PROTECT YOUR AG PICTURES FROM BEING STOLEN FROM YOUR SITE, AND FROM OUR SITE?
Yes, we do. People may attempt to
steal the AG pictures we present in our site. However, those stolen pictures are very easy to track, because
our AG pictures are unique throughout the
Internet. On the other hand, the AG pictures we post on these pages are of a very low quality. Consider the above page-banner (on top of this
page): it is 38Kb in size; however, the original picture is about 10 Mb!
So, we display intentionally only very low quality AG pictures in this site. Not to mention that certain details, as are very thin lines
or the (artificial) stars, cannot be rendered properly on such low quality pictures. In addition, each picture
of ours has a
code-name (which is its file-name), plus a description-name.