This is one of my submissions to the "Lost Lands" contest.
For this image, I wanted to capture the natural calm beauty of space as well as try to give the viewer a deep space feeling. The feeling of vast openness was my ultimate goal. I also wanted to focus my attention on a primary focal point, the moon. It was a moon i spent tremendous time on, and in the end, the detail payed off. I am very pleased with this outcome!
Finally it is here! and I have created this masterpiece. It started out with QAZ creating the beautiful gas giant and background and I came in with moons and various touches to seal the deal. The star was also done by both of us to get the maximum detail out of both or techniques.
I'm very happy with this piece Enjoy!!
Asteroid stock provided generously by Link here---->[link]
Finally.. I present to you my newest REMAKE----> Vesla and Sophree II spent a lot of time on this one getting the lighting and textures just right. Most of my time on this was spent on my long boring train rides.
Biggest inspiration for this piece was "Sunburn" By Muse. --->[link]
cheers folks,long time no see,so,i had a little brake from my photoshop work had no real motivation or inspiration in the last few weeks...but today was just one of those days that just felt right to do some work!this one is named after an andy mckee song Rylynn cant stop listening to his music,great guitar player worth checking out. done in photoshop,apo,world machine and vue plus a cloud map 4 hours of work altogether dont know how many layers. cheers!
Created for The Luminarium Exhibit Illuminate #2, photoshop only.
Oculus Superum = Eye of God
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----------------------------------------------------------- The Luminarium Exhibit Illuminate #2
Illuminate II is our 3rd freestyle exhibit where we let our artist roam free and stimulate them to put their wildest ideas out there. Something we really enjoy since anything goes! Illuminate II shows the diversity The Luminarium artists are capable of presenting. Never has there been so much music to enjoy in our exhibits and never has the style of art been so experimental and refreshing. We as administrators here at The Luminarium can proudly say that this exhibit is one of our biggest and best yet. Get inspired, stimulated and enjoy!
Created with Photoshop around July 2010 in about 2 hours. Wanted to try something new when I took a picture of a log that looked pretty cool. That's the texture that I used for the planet. You can see its center around the bottom right of the planet. I think it look unrealistic but it's still nice in my opinion.
Presenting Pyre, a piece created around June 2010 using Photoshop CS2. Textures created using my camera. Had fun with this and tried to work on just making a nebulae. My main purpose is to blend different colors together to go from warm to cool.
I'm sorry that I've uploaded two works in a row with huge planets and something between them but I've learnt how to make such planets not so long time ago and it let me to do space art based on ideas with planets like this.
Just something random I made. Made other sun rays and so on. I think those planets look good, perhaps the lighting is a bit from the wrong angle, and that foreground planet has a little too much contrast...
Some kind of an inner vortex in the center of a spiralling galaxy. Not very defined perhaps, this is the first time I've made something like this. Was inspired by Burning Liquid's "Geminorum" and a a few of his other works.
Original resolution: 8000*5000.
Haven't submitted stuff in a while, but there's a lot pictures that are half-finished.