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Score
4.24 / 5.00

Uploaded
Jun 20, 2009 | 5:47 PM EDT
Category
Fine Art
File Info
428 x 548 px
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293.8 kb
Tags
space
night
stars
constellations

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Author Comments

I just wanted to capture some of the constellations you see in the sky at night and the different hues of colour on the horizon as the light fades.
The sillouette of conifers just balances the composition.

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Reviews


WittyUsernameWittyUsername

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

An affront to the laws of physics!

I like the style. My only complaint is that the moon seems to be hanging between Earth's atmosphere and space; something which just isn't true.

Is any of your work for sale?


Rikimaru-Azlar responds:

Yeah I wanted to tie in the shadow with the skyline but I see your point. Toying with physics hehe. All my work is for sale, I just haven't made any prep. to market it, just got lost in the process. Producing pieces. If you're interested in any pieces PM or email me. We can talk


SaigonSaigon

Rated 5 / 5 stars

kewl

Do not know much about this landscape art but it looks pretty freaking sweet (with the space and stuff.)


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Rikimaru-Azlar responds:

Thankyou


SpagsSpags

Rated 4 / 5 stars

Overall, pretty good.

I like the tree framing and the moon a lot, especially the shading.
However, I think the transition between the night sky and the blue could be a little smoother, it may just be the camera though, I'm not sure.
Overall, this is pretty good though, I'm impressed.


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Rikimaru-Azlar responds:

I agree, it's where the pthalo blue meets the black I think. I got some cheap acrylic, watered down. With that in mind, I might put in an extra shade (darker blue) in there. Thanks for the comments. Glad I impressed you hehe.