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"Spirt Wolf" Genesis NFT by Willowmoon Art
Spirit Wolf (@WillowmoonArt)
My Genesis NFT, Available on Foundation!
Gaze into the haunting eyes of the Spirit Wolf, surrounded by sparks and flames. Let the intelligence of this wild and free animal guide you and teach you to trust your intuition. Freedom…Power…Follow your passions. The Spirit Wolf is calling you. Pay attention. Created in Virtual Reality.
Iridescent Dragonflies take flight over sparkling crystal flowers. These winged beauties symbolize self-realization, creativity, and change. As you watch them soar, relax and open your mind to the new possibilities that lie ahead. Created in Virtual Reality.
Waves of Tranquility
Allow your mind to relax and transport you to a place of peace and tranquility as you watch the hypnotic dance of these waves. This is the first piece in my Mesmerizing Waves series. Made in Virtual Reality.
Beam Us Up! - SOLD
Two aliens were accidentally left behind when their mining team left the asteroid they were working on. Luckily their ship came back for them!
Spiky Sprouts Hedgehog
Just add water and watch the magic happen as this hedgehog sprouts spiky, glittering leaves and flowers! Created in Virtual Reality.
Glassine Phlynx - Creatures of the Metaverse
The Glassine Phlynx is a rare species that originates from the planet Phylax, deep in the heart of the Metaverse. Unlike it’s land-dwelling relatives, the Glassine Phlynx lives in the Mesosphere of the planet Phylax, swimming through the thick bubbling, gaseous atmosphere searching for clusters of Phylankton, the small floating mesospheric creatures that they like to eat. Glassine Phlynx are solitary, shy creatures, and are believed to be highly intelligent, though little is known about their lifestyle because they tend to disappear when researchers try to get too close. I was lucky enough to capture this video footage of the Glassine Phlynx on my last research expedition to Phylax.