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Touch of Infinity
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Published: November 21, 2007
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Touch of Infinity

wacom and photoshop

original size: 8000x6000 @ 300dpi
downscaled for print purposes to 5000x3750 @ 300dpi

thanks `taenaron for suggestions on this piece (including the title)

oh, and, those spaceships.. they are made out of an highly reflective material, and they also have their own light somewhere, so theres no false lightning :o :P :D

a small "easteregg" hidden somewhere in that picture ;P
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UnkeyboardinatedHobbyist Interface Designer
Too good to be true. :O
Saizian's avatar
The hand of God.
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guckenHobbyist Digital Artist
thank you! :)
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Nice! Mind if I use it for an Album Cover?
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guckenHobbyist Digital Artist
Hi, do you have a homepage where I can listen to some of your tracks?
Please send me an email instead, so I can reply a bit faster :)
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Kodiaksaint's avatar
*normal view* Oh, that's pretty cool. Let's zoom in on it.
*zoom in twice* o.o o.O O.o O.O
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guckenHobbyist Digital Artist
:D
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Lean-VHobbyist Traditional Artist
Fantastic work, and I have a sudden urge for a new background...
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guckenHobbyist Digital Artist
:D thank you!
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Loving all your artworks!
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guckenHobbyist Digital Artist
thanks! :)
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guckenHobbyist Digital Artist
thank you! :)
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zeedurraniProfessional Digital Artist
less is more.. the simplicity of this piece is ground breaking... makes you want to just stare!

Well done!
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guckenHobbyist Digital Artist
thanks a lot! :)
SivylLunarSystems's avatar
I'm not good at making a critique... :-(
But If I have to say something it would be that "Your art work is WONDERFUL". I've always wanted a BEAUTIFUL view of God's creation (space) but I'm not an astronaut and my country does have a good view of the stars. So, this art is something as a medicine for my blue's whenever I feel I can't see the night sky.
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guckenHobbyist Digital Artist
thank you so much for your nice comment! :)
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azizjon General Artist
SUPER!!!
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guckenHobbyist Digital Artist
thank you! :)
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o.O

This is an excellent image, and I'm going to have to stop and take a look at your gallery when I get a moment.

I thank you for supplying me with my newest wallpaper.
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guckenHobbyist Digital Artist
thank you :) I'm glad you like it :)
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The universe is vast and rich beyond measure. There are many times more maybe even oders of magnetude more stars in the known universe than are grains of sand on every beach, desert, sandbox, and vollyball courts and similar sediments of the world, ths is just with our current shallow census of the stars in te universe this may be a very conservative estimate. Our entire solar system goes around just one star. Wether there is a quintillion tetrated to a septillion, a sexstillion tetrated to an octillion, a nonillion tetrated to a undecillion, a Googol tetrated to a Googolplex, a Centillion pentated to a Micrillion, a Picillion pentated to an Atillion, a Nanillion pentated to a Megillion, a Gigillion hexated to a Yatillion, a Terrillion hexated to a Googolquadplex, a Googolquinplex hexated to a Googolsexplex, a Googolseptaplex heptated to a Googoloctoplex or a Googolnanaplex heptated to a Googoldecaplex number of Planck volumes, particles or stars or whatever in the universe it is still amazing. Infinity is a somewhat applicable concept. Thank you for making.
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Lol i am really interested in this kind of stuff.Awesome comment but what do you mean with Planck volumes i am not english.I actually only understood the first part but i really like how you say tetrated,undecillion etc.Do these numbers really exist?
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