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Hmm... one of my most recent pieces of art, and my first piece I've submitted to Newgrounds.
Made in Photoshop CS3, with a bunch of stock photos for planet texture.
I'm not sure if this goes in the "fine art" category or what, so please tell me if I'm wrong...
Hope you enjoy it.

(Note: The title at the bottom of the pic is Greek for "frozen")


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Love the view and details; the surface ice shows its promence nicely and the rings are the best feature of this peice, I think. I'd really like to see more like this.


I kinda love the frozen rough layer ice that you used on this one.

I also loved your other beautifull peace of art 'together'

But your pieces mostly are cold or worm, wonder how a combination would look like.

(+ 0.048)

MarshmallowGherkin responds:

thank you :)

I started a cold/warm scene once, but didn't like how it was turning out, so it got scrapped.
Maybe I'll get it right one of these days...

that is awesome

your a awesome drawer do you think you can draw a dragon eating mars that would be awesome!!

MarshmallowGherkin responds:

...I have no idea of i'd be able to draw that.
But then again, there's only one way to know for certain :)

Credits & Info

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Oct 2, 2009
11:40 PM EDT
Fine Art
File Info
800 x 1500 px
746.9 KB

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