...goes along with this mysterious, unmapped part of the Orin galaxy. An ancient... well… a bit strange story. It is written that a charming star system exists somewhere out there. Lands, stars and planets rising up thanks to a magical light, emitted by enchanting nebulas. World as rich as you can imagine. Ranging from vast spectral storms down to a small semi-terrestrial moon rings. Plants you would love to touch, animals you would never believe in. That's why have many space explorers made a lot of effort to find it. Without any clues, however, it’s very unlikely to be found and all the linkers were lost or destroyed in the last 4th millennium. With one exception. A very small piece of paper with a pictogram of red Heart, white dove and a black…hole.
Red heart implies a bravery and courage. White dove represents a symbol of peace and harmony. But what does the black hole stand for?
Travelling through a worm hole is just hypothetic. Scientists believe there is no way to survive such an extreme pressure and gravity forces and no one has ever made it back to argue them. Many have tried and many have died trying. Though, no one has ever made it back doesn’t necessarily mean that no one has ever made it through! What if the right combination of everything mentioned would be just enough to enter the wonderland? What if… look at the ship! It can’t be…. What if our dreams were alive?
Did I ever tell you, the very last of the fairy tails?
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Just what exactly is it about space that just interests us so? Could it be the fact that we've haven't even seen anywhere near 1% percent of what is exactly out there? Or is it that the concept of heading out into the infinitely unknown, the "final frontier" as it were, would be one of the greatest joys anyone of us could ever imagine. The Last Fairy tale may be a picture, but its more than enough to get me into space if I could.
If there's one thing that catches your eye off the bat are the amazing shades of blue and red in the nebula clouds hanging over the atmosphere around the spacescape. It all gives off a dream-like feeling as if you yourself is just drifting away through space without a single care or regret. The space ship leisurely cruises through the system; studying every last detail of this beautiful scene. The planets carry a great use of detail and texture and greatly resemble actual planets. The stars are just right, not too many as to overpower the rest of the pieces and just enough to deliver that silent ambiance that we all associate with outer space.
Lighting usage on the planets are also worth a mention. The planets reflect light from the nebulae clouds and really give the planetary system here a sense of isolated beauty, like a breathtaking underground cave that can only be found with a long and toiling search.
As many answers that there are out there, one thing is for sure: The Last Fairy tale by *lukas-Z-walker makes the unknown that much more inviting for the intergalactic traveler in all of us. A truly inspired creation that is definitely worth a look, or two. Great work. <img src="e.deviantart.net/emoticons/s/s…" width="26" height="18" alt="" title="I salute you!"/>