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By pascalblanche   |   Watch
Published: September 12, 2014
© 2014 - 2019 pascalblanche
thanks for the kind comments everyone, here is a new one!
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Adobe Photoshop CS2 Windows
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coMceptArt971Professional Digital Artist
awesome contrast, color choice, perspective...  striking piece
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beebo004Hobbyist Digital Artist
Excellent series! Your style is unique.
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Wow, I like this one just as much, if not more, than the other one you recently posted. I think this would look good on a wall. Will you consider offering it as a print?
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prints on Deviant art you mean?
eriban's avatar
Yes, indeed. This would be one I would add to my wish list then.
keight's avatar
This series is, as has been mentioned, breathtaking. Well done.
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sakpalameyHobbyist Traditional Artist
Like Spike Speigel's swordfish.
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Love the balance of colours!
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Wow...very impressive!  Reminds me of John Harris' artwork--are you a fan of his?

"I sell my soul, but at the highest rates."
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totally, still a long to go tho but thanks ;)
RedShoulder's avatar
Your welcome!  Keep up the awesome work.
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This piece is stunning :O
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Great artwork! I can already imagine the story behind this:

A team of space archaeologists from the very distant future have gotten wind of an exciting new discovery; the remains of a space ark reported missing more than a millennial ago. The archaeologist were living in the era where faster-than-light technology had made star-hopping trips a safe, even mundane affair. The shipwreck came from the early age of space colonization, when a single journey between stars would take centuries to complete and would require a huge crew, hence the exploration ships were more akin to drifting space colonies housing thousands of crew and their descendants. Unfortunately for this particular colony, their journey ended in tragedy. So now it was up to the archaeologists to piece together the final moments of the ancient ship and its crew, and carry out the somber task of laying their souls to rest.
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Stefmanovic General Artist
So is this part of a bigger project? :D
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DorshiffeHobbyist General Artist
Spoiler Mass Effect 2 :… I think this music would be perfect for this scene.
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Wow.  I love these giant mysterious  epic pieces with all kinds of intrigue and a huge element of unknown in them.

What happened to this massive hulk?  Why is it out here?  What could have befallen her?  How is it it was not entirely destroyed?

Great stuff  :)
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Epic, almost abstract, sci-fi scene.
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001UPStudent Digital Artist
fantastic use of colors! love it! 
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thewanderingguyHobbyist Artisan Crafter
Takes me back to the time when i played Homeworld on PC.
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