Glad you see it like I do. Many people can interpret it different ways.
Some have said they see a human figure walking towards the right of the frame. In mid stride, the figure walks away from the light, as if to say "I'm turning my back to the light, and the way people say things should be".
Others have said they see a figure standing, with their arms and legs spread out, actually gazing towards the light. Gathering it's warmth, its serenity, or it's enlightenment of knowledge.
I leave the interpretation up to the viewer.
The second image is almost identical to the first, but it's more of a technical feat. It shows the extent of the human ability to create an organic abstract shape on something as cold and in-organic as a computer. The sheer number of polygons, reaching into the hundreds of millions, brings our era of Three Dimensional art, into a new beginning. One of unrivaled detail, and unrivaled resolution. Are all the polygons needed? Probably not. But art isn't about necessity, it's about pushing the boundaries, and that's what I've done here. Unmatched in its simplicity, and unmatched in its complexity all in one image.
This is true art.