art pieces usually has a main focus
on this one, there's a 'conflict of interests' between the ship and the planet
if you don't get it, tell me and i'll send a very useful link with some tips about composition
I'm aware of the fundaments of composition. For this image, my idea was that the eye would first be attracted to the moon (since our focus normally begins at the top-left), across to the planet and finally settling on the subject of the piece: the Battleship.
the problem is the atmosphere of the planet
i mean, the moon looks good there, but the saturation of the planet's amtmosphere steals more attention than the ship
but that's ok, that's a great work and this kind of discussion is pointless