The Artistry of Ethereality
The art displayed here at Ethereality is the result of three decades of ambition and experimentation by M.K. Eidson, a self-taught 3D artist also known by the moniker Eposic, a registered DBA name in the state of Florida. The images here may look "wrong" to a trained artist or a connoisseur of the arts, but they are the expressions of a unique soul who wants only to share his artistic visions with anyone who is willing to appreciate the art for what it is, and not what it could be.
Why so many females?
Passionate art cannot be dictated. It must flow from the heart and soul of the artist. M.K. Eidson does not plan the compositions of individual images, even when working to a theme. Each element of an image is chosen in the moment, as inspiration strikes. He goes where his passions take him. For now he is often drawn to explore the beauty and subtlety of the female form, and has yet to tire of it. But he does other art too. Sometimes.
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Free the Nipple
Most people in the United States of America, where M.K. Eidson lives, have been taught that it's all right for a man to walk around topless in public. Many of those same people have been taught that it's wrong for a woman to expose her breasts in public. No doubt, not every woman wants to walk around town without shirt and bra. But if a man can walk around topless without a care to how his bare chest may arouse observers, why shouldn't a woman be allowed the same privilege? Why should the woman be held responsible for other people's reactions to her? Men are known to be aroused even by clothed women, so should a woman be held responsible for men's actions if she looks too sexy, whether clothed or not? Is society saying that men should not be held accountable for their actions when aroused, because it's impossible for a man to restrain himself around a woman who arouses him? It's time that men grow up and start taking responsibility for their own actions, without relying on a double standard to prevent them from acting like animals. It's also time that men stopped making laws about women's bodies for the sake of allowing men to sleep at night with clear consciences.
The female form is a work of art, and proudly celebrated through images at Ethereality, including some images that portray unclothed or partially unclothed women. If you can't handle that, think about what that says about you.
In addition to being a digital art hobbyist, M.K. Eidson writes speculative fiction, primarily in the fantasy genre. Some of his shorter works have been published by small press / indie publishers, and more still has been rejected, by publishers both small and large, which has not stopped him from continuing to try. On Ethereality you will find an occasional piece of flash fiction by M.K. Eidson, and an accompanying image.