I proudly present you my entry for the latest exhibition of #theluminarium
I really put a lot of effort into this piece and it changed a lot since the very beginning. This is my third dual-screen wallpaper and I start to like this very wide format. I hope you'll enjoy it on your desktops. Please let me know
You might wonder about the title. I chose the title in the very beginning of the image. I planned a more dramatic version but it ended the way it is now. As it is my first image in a while, I'm very happy that it's done now and I like the outcome. Hope you'll like it too!
Prodigium is my first entry for Luminarium's latest exhibition named Genesis. What does Genesis mean? An origin, creation, or beginning. The act of producing or causing to exist | A genius creation.
My first thought was, to creat again a dual-screen wallpaper. I made a poll and it was very clear that you guys wanted one again. I really enjoyed working on the pic and it took me a lot of time to finish it. The concept and composition changed several times (most helpful advise came from ^gucken. Thanks again! The scene should be very clear. If not, please tell me what you see there.
There are really large sizes available this time. You only are allowed to use it as your personal desktop-background. Prints and commercial use only on request (and paid). If you run a wallpaper-page and want to include this wallpaper, ask me. You're not allowed to add it to your page without permission this time due to the file-resolution.
There'll be no excuse for theft and I'll use every help I can find (little hint: lawyer)! Thanks for your understanding!!!
2048x768 2560x1024 2880x900 3360x1050 3840x1200 5120x1600 + three individual widescreen-sizes of both parts of the wallpaper for different monitor settings
A different attempt this time for a close up planet. I kinda like the result. The picture is available as dual screen wallpaper for widescreen resolution (if you have another setup, just crop it to your liking).
I proudly present you my latest wallpaper. It's the first real attempt to create an image that includes a gas giant (at this point: thanks to `MacRebisz, you know why ). I used some references for the clouds. Everything is done in photoshop using my graphic tablet.
I had some motivational problems in the last time. This image changed it a lot. I really had fun doing it. It also feels like a step in the right direction regarding me as an artist.
I ever wanted to do such a pic. And finally I'm pretty happy. I know there are still some things that seem to be kinda off but I don't care because the whole image is (in my opinion) in harmony. The most time I spent on the galaxy that is about to be destroyed by a giant black hole. Some last Star-Destroyer are on the run. Unfortunately this epic scene takes place behind the planet, so you won't see it I'm really sorry but I had to pay some attention to realism, and a planet isn't transparent.
Ladies and Gentlemen.... I proudly present my victim This was some hard thing to do. It's the best that is possible for me now. I ever wanted to creat a dual screen wallpaper. And here it is. Broken planet in the middle of the screens was my intention to get a better blending from one to the other screen.
Story behind it? The pic speaks for itself. If you have a problem with realism: I don't care I wanted it the way it is. The biggest problem was the huge planet on the left. Why? Because of the filesize
Some information - 13.333 x 5000 px @ 300 dpi - 50 layers (more painting this time ) - Photoshop, 3dsmax, Wacom Graphire 4
My second entry for =theluminarium's latest exhibition called "Genesis". Project Genesis is inspired by an old Star Trek movie. The project turns dead and lifeless planets into green earth-like habitats. The population of the main-planet decided to colonize the two neighboring moons and startet a Genesis missile for each. In the process of transformation, everything gets killed. The evacuation is in full progress...
Bit of fantasy this time as I wanted some more possiblities and less restrictions regarding physics etc. You don't have to tell me that this scene is kinda unreal and not possible The image is not about reality but about a feeling I had. That is why it turned out the way it is