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Score
4.44 / 5.00

Date
07/02/2009
Category
Other
File Info
1386 x 765 px
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594.9 kb
Tags
space
dark
landscape
corrupt

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Author Comments

i posted this earlier, I've been scouted, for some reason it never went ot the portal so i deleted it just trying again

a friend told me to try a space landscape and this is that attempt, i hope you guys like it
i respond to all reviews.

Reviews


DimentoesDimentoes

Rated 5 / 5 stars

You like space?



SansCosmSansCosm

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Beautiful

I love this picture. The planet crumbling looks great, though at first i did think it was supposed to be a cloud. Still, this is a great picture.


TheL1st responds:

its all about tool manipulation


MusicalMahemMusicalMahem

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Out of this World....

This is a very beautiful picture. The way you used such simple lighting brings wonderful contrast between the few colours actually used. All i have to say is bravo. You are very talented.. as i can see from your other drawings. I think you could have added more shadows (or darkness) to some points in the picture but other than that AWESOME!

~Cassarah (artist MLND)


TheL1st responds:

yeah probably the bottom corner of the big blue planet
should be darker
thanks for the ten


HerofaceHeroface

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Nice work!

The colours really balance out each other, great piece.

I also really like the hidden (and probably unintentional) optical illusion, is the purple planet crumbling or is there some kind of dark space-cloud passing by it? clever


TheL1st responds:

the planet is supposed to be crumbling, the reason it looks kinda cloudy in some spots is because i used a cloud shaped eraser to get some of the textures the way i wanted.
which is prboboly where you are getting the dark cloud idea.


RemousamaviRemousamavi

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Cool!

What are the planets' names, btw? Or do they have names?


TheL1st responds:

no they don't have names, sorry, they really arent for anything i just did this for kicks