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Spectrum V

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I heard U liek Mudk... ...ehh, colors :)

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EDIT: YES - THE MOON IS ELIPTIC!! :D :D
I KNOW IT - IT IS SUPPOSED TO BE THIS WAY. :)

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AitkenTheAcorn's avatar
:star::star::star::star::star-half: Overall
:star::star::star::star::star: Vision
:star::star::star::star::star-empty: Originality
:star::star::star::star::star-empty: Technique
:star::star::star::star::star: Impact

Very beautiful picture very appealing and lots of colour and really bright for space, lighting almost seems too perfect and over all the picture gives a really nice shattered world vibe though this may not be the intention but still looks amazing.

The overall quality of the picture is amazing and how much detail has been put into the small things such as the nebula and the dust particles I noticed around the planets horizon and the look of the asteroids

Only thing I might suggest is the rocky texture on the planet looks like its an rock formation you would see from a mountain side and doesn't seem to space like.

Over all this picture is amazing and really gives a nice impression of space and the feeling of how lonely visually stunning space can be.
JoeyJazz's avatar
Thank you very much for your input :)
I'm feeling all pedantic about the physics, but let that pass. This is a gorgeous image. Colours, lighting, detail. Wow.
JoeyJazz's avatar
It's art in the first place... ...thanks :)
lenlenlen1's avatar
I know of several ways in which a planetary object would be eplictic/ovular. What are the conditions under which your planetoid is? Awesome art!
JoeyJazz's avatar
As you can see, it's been recently damaged, which suggests a collision with another object (hence the debris everywhere). It was rotating fast (that's why it's elliptic) as it was moving towards the gravitational well of the planet and remained in its orbit after the collision with one of its moons.
lenlenlen1's avatar
I like the attention to detail
Loki7z's avatar
Very beautifull!
goRillA-iNK's avatar
The immense beauty, quality, and detail in your work is astounding and overwhelming.
Basically ... ... ... I LOVE YOUR WORK!!! :heart:
JoeyJazz's avatar
Thank you very much. Enjoy it! :)
floydierCG's avatar
This is cool! I like all the detail you put into the planet, moon and asteriod. The nebula is outstanding.
You remind me of why I find space so amazing, thank you.
madmadman01's avatar
great colors and concept but the broken planet looks like it was egg-shaped even before it broke and that's kinda iffy imho
JoeyJazz's avatar
sigh.. ..have you read the description?
madmadman01's avatar
Nevermind, I found your explanation in the comments.
madmadman01's avatar
Thing is, space objects don't get nowhere this elliptical, far as I know. But whatever.
JoeyJazz's avatar
[link] Do your homework next time ;)
madmadman01's avatar
Well, I stand corrected, sir. I Googled the subject to be sure, and found nothing of such a shape, so I came away thinking "I'm right". But obviously if scientists consider it to be possible, as the link says, it's not as "iffy" as I said. Sorry for doubting your knowledge.
madmadman01's avatar
Yup. It's not an explanation, though. Just says it's on purpose.

Hey, more power to you, if you like it like this - I'm happy for you.
mrheadbangerSWE's avatar
All i can think about is Halo reach. Great atmosphere!
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