Fictional Landscapes, also known as Visualising Sounds, is an early Micromegalic Inscription, a digital painting produced subsequently a study on the relation between music, sound and ornamentation. Art is generated by an innovative, personally developed technique of computational simulation. Pixels move and inscribe over time in a similar manner as nature does. The outcome is an image of lines’ details and a fictional landscape at the same time. Abstraction is achieved, essence is kept.