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4.18 / 5.00

Fine Art
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1148 x 1280 px
2.4 mb
  • Frontpaged February 1, 2012

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Author Comments

Prismacolor marker, Sharpie markers, and black ink on paper.

I still love nebulas. : )



Rated 4.5 / 5 stars Feb 14, 2012

I'm definitely feeling the Nebula in this picture. It's like you can stand there and stare at it in a state of awe. :)

Nice work on the spacesuit. The distribution of color and the fact that it's practically solid on black definitely helps in setting the affect that the person is standing under a surrounding nebula cluster.

I just wish the person was looking up to convey that message of Awe better.

Great job though!


Rated 4 / 5 stars Feb 10, 2012

This drawing reminds me of some of the animated Daft Punk music videos...Welldone love the detail on the space suit


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars Feb 9, 2012

The background is unbelievable. The most gorgeous hand-drawn thing I've seen in a while. The almost cartoon-y subject in the middle is a bit... shocking though. I mean, it's a little contrasting with the seamless background. I feel like it took away from the abstract nebula by being so properly segmented and outlined.

But still, it's amazing. I love the background so much. Awesome work âTM¥


Rated 4 / 5 stars Feb 9, 2012

Yeah it does remind me of daft punk in the video for digital love but way trippier. Love the background.


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars Feb 3, 2012


Very interesting piece! Reminds me strongly of both Metroid Prime and Daft Punk's animated movie "Interstella 5555" (because of the colors and style).

The mixture of colors with just prismacolor markers is quite the feat! I find them hard to work with because they bleed, but you've managed to turn that right around into something quite cool!

Keep it up! :D

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