Here we see a sole Galaxy Fruit tree. Now, unless you're me (highly unlikely) you don't know what a Galaxy fruit is. I'll enlighten.
Named for its bizarre patterning, a Galaxy Fruit is a very rare fruit that's only a little larger than a mango, they hold no mystical qualities, but do emit a slight glow once ripe. The glow is caused by naturally occurring chemicals in the fruit that are harmless to ingest. The Galaxy Fruit trees used to be found all over the world, but due to man's superstitious ways of old, were destroyed when seen, because of this, the Galaxy Fruit can only be found in long forgotten caves, which suits them well as they do not need sunlight to grow.
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On to the real explanation.
The Galaxy fruit is only one of thousands of strange and unusual things that live inside my brain (and I don't mean I just think them up, there's a whole universe going on in there.) This particular fruit has been increasingly rare, and I felt the need to share this wondrous little thing with the rest of the (real) world.
To explain my imaginary universe... Well... I have no control over it, for one. I'm not its god, I'm more a watcher. It moves at its own pace, whether I want it to or not. Things live, things die, worlds explode and dimensions implode, all of their own accord. In my twenty years of life (eighteen of conscious thought), the universe has elapsed forty-three thousand years of time. Someday I'll write out a more complete explanation, but the Artist's Comments is not the place for a book.
Colors: If you count the transparency, twenty-six.
Time taken: About five hours in total, two last night and three this afternoon.