A lander right before touch down on Europa, one of Jupiter's icy moons.
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It’s so beautiful. It’s like a winter wonderland in space. I love how you did with the Aurorae. You’re making every artwork in your gallery so celestial and dynamic! ⭐️🌟💫🤩😇🌌✌️
I love this so wonderful work!
I love this!
I love this!
I couldn't really write a critique, but I gotta say this work is incredible. The blending of colors and the mainly blue and white pallete fits the whole landscape so well that it gives the place its own personality. The detail given in rendering objects and tones is simply amazing. But I have to say, the blur at the left hand corner doesn;t sit well with me, and doesn't help the picture that much. Overral it's definitely a 9.8 out of 10.
Beautifull conceptual art!
Looks like a Dragon? Too bad the interplanetary probe missions for it were canceled. Engine exhaust should be coming from the SD nacelles though
where are the Settlement Defense Front ships ?
Beautiful with the sense of scale, textures and lighting.
I like the touches you added to Io!
Great work. There might be a real NASA mission going there quite a few years down the road.
I just saw the movie Europa Report on Netflix yesterday, and holy shit does this look exactly like it!
thank you. the beauty of this is hypnotic. I don't know where the exhaust is supposed to be coming from on touch down. sadly, I even had to look up nacelle and sd. anyway I have been trying to find something good on Netflix and you just helped me.
oh cool thanks!
inspirational as always
I can almost see the direction the aurora's are going in. Part of me did wonder if there even would be Aurora's there but the fantasy-like vibe of this piece allows me to not be too bothered by it, and almost makes me think of what people might have imagined it to look like years ago. It's got a good sense of scale too considering how that can be difficult to achieve in an atmosphere-less scene. Wonder what lies beneath all that ice, though with views like this I'd say the surface would be enough