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super cool

It would have been perfect if not for this one flaw. The streaks of red did look kind of cheap. Besides that, it's an awesome picture! I even thought it might have been made by Kamikaye at first. I've been reviewing that guy's stuff too much lately. I'm glad to see this.

I guess the little bits of white are supposed to be snow at the bottom? I love the rocky mountains. The holes in the planet are done so well. You get a great sense of the rocks emerging from them. It's quite realistic.

This is some quality work here my friend. Not a fan of those blurry strokes at the top (maybe trying to convey a breeze?) in such a beautiful landscape but... Still takes 5stars from me. Nice job.

great work :) the colors you used are great for sunset

Im beggining to like your art, again theres a nice sense of color and the sky, without fail. is epic. with the same going for the mountains. ive also noticed a style similar to claude monet (not at all saying your copying him) but when your work is looked at closely all the details begin to look fuzzy or almost figner painted, the same as his work. but when looked at from a distance, the details define it better and give it more of a depth. excellent work again 5/5

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keepwalking
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Mar 28, 2013
11:51 PM EDT
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