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Amber of the Void

By cosmicspark
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Fields of amber tinted nebula are lit up by a star cluster hovering light years above.  Inside, a newly formed large blue star strips away gas from within the nebula, carving out a cavern beneath the amber landscape.  Many stars are formed in these bright, chaotic, and dusty cradles.

This painting is closely based on NGC6357
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Created for the Digitalist May Monthly Challenge: Sci-fi and Space

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MaggiSakura's avatar
How do you do these? This is amazing.
Mr-SVN's avatar
Божественно!
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cosmicbound's avatar
I spot the brightness difference on this one too. You did a good job of enhancing the sense of detail and motion in this over the original subject. Not sure of some of the smudge work in the mid-upper left part of the nebula though -- some of it seems a little too sharp.
Cexxloc's avatar
wah fantastic 
anno78's avatar
I actually thought it was a real astrophotography when I first saw it.

Well done on an excellent piece.
Supermoi's avatar
I love space. I love it so much! Its beautiful and awesome and so, so full of imagination!
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Subaqueous's avatar
Brilliant view...I like your spacecraft of the imagination ;)
ulimann644's avatar
Very impressive space-scene.
I especially like the colors. :)
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Vadrigos's avatar
The firmament and the heavens...
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pgeorgiou's avatar
Amazing nebulae. Do you give cosmic art lessons? I think I will need some from you!
cosmicspark's avatar
I have thought about it before, using remote desktop viewing I could walk someone through the art process.
pgeorgiou's avatar
I have seen such work in Astronomy Now or Scientific American magazines, but I have to admit that you are doing great (or best) work. I have been used to amateur astronomy for years and always tried to adopt elements of it in my artworks, but you excel. I have watched your video on Rose Nebula (Photoshop time lapse) and realized some things about your technique. I should think of some methods to adopt this using acrylic paint (traditional painting), but I am not sure if one can succeed in such detail. What you are doing is great and I hope to watch future work of yours, well done.
MightyBOBcnc's avatar
Wow that's a beauty!
petronellavanree's avatar
Just bought this digital artwork,but the ZIP file is empty, can you please help.....
cosmicspark's avatar
Sorry about that!

Just forgot to drag and drop them files in there.

Its fixed now.  Let me know if you have any other issues :D
Thanks for buying the digital download :)
petronellavanree's avatar
All good now, thank you so much for your support. Keep painting, I love your artworks very muchHeart 
CrystalSabre's avatar
Stunning piece.  I think one of those cloud wisps looks like a hand reaching out or up.
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