This is my first piece of real computer art. 
I made some things on a comodore 64 that I couldnt save, but this was the first time I was able to produce something tangable.  I was in my Graphic Communications class at Quincy Senior High as a freshman in 1988, sitting in front of a Apple Macintosh with a LaserWriter, when time litterlly slipped away. It was a paradijm shift.
I was able to do more than just push pixels arond on a screen, I was finally able make something.  
The concept of vector art was opened up to me for the first time.  Since that day my view of art changed forever, I have been anticipating every new feature and version of software and feel fortunate to have been there on the cusp of that change when it happened.
 
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