Hi iyadart, I'm loving your style. It has a certain vagueness to it that seems to be just what I need.
I'm trying to flesh out some ideas and need a concept artist for a scifi story I've been mulling around. So I'm going to send you an idea to see what you can do with it.
Imagine a scifi scene with a bunch of individuals surrounding by large machine hardware/servers staring at a large display on the wall. These researchers are not wearing white lab coats - they prefer darker / more fashionable ways to dress. They've created a supercomputer that can accurately emulate all physical/chemical processes known to man, and it has enough memory to store all atoms required to grow a digital human to adulthood. They've been doing this experiment for a while now to see if human consciousness is dependent on forces besides physical/chemical ones. They flick the switch, and the digital human they've spent all this time growing, is brain dead. Something is missing. They're all stunned, except one man (possibly a spectator/possibly part of the same research group) walking away while the others look at the shell of a digital human. As he approaches the exit, a smile can be seen on his face, smiling at the naiveness of the others, for he has been bestowed the knowledge of the gods, and knows the missing piece.
Don't try to match exactly what was said above. Take what stuck with you from reading that, and draw that instead. I want to see where this goes.
Would you be up to it?