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Homecoming

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By TobiasRoetsch   |   
Published: October 5, 2016
© 2016 - 2020 TobiasRoetsch
My home town is always giving a beautiful view when you are coming home from a voyage. It gives you a warm feeling only a home can give you (at least to me). In a far future you might have this feeling too when you come back to your home planet.

The wallpaper is free for use for background on your personal desktop as usual.

The image is part of the exhibition "Illuminate VII" by The Luminarium

Wallpaper (widescreen and normal sizes) available here: gtgraphics.de/wallpapers/homec…

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I am available for commissions. Feel free to contact me: t.roetsch@gtgraphics.de

HOMEPAGE
Bullet; Black www.gtgraphics.de

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Image size
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IMAGE DETAILS
Software
Adobe Photoshop CS5 Windows
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Lady-Pilot's avatar
Great art, worth a story!
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TobiasRoetsch Digital Artist
thanks :)
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thanks!
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Smiling-DemonHobbyist Digital Artist
:D
verdenpark's avatar
Great job. The detail and use of light is superb.
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So the window loaded and I saw this which literally cut my breath for a few seconds. Very very beautiful :)
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ChromattixHobbyist Digital Artist
Nothing like a return flight from your holiday to the lava world of hell, coming back with one hell of a tan to show off when you get back to the ground :D
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TobiasRoetsch Digital Artist
haha yeah :D
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ScorpidilionProfessional Photographer
Welcome home! :thumbsup: :D
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TobiasRoetsch Digital Artist
good to be back :D
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Random223Hobbyist Interface Designer
1) Awesome!

2) If the red one is a planet and is at least 20% mass of the blue one, then both objects" are screwed. The small moon also has a few days left in orbit and 2 months in the solar system before leaving or crashing. 
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TobiasRoetsch Digital Artist
Well then lets hope the red planet has 19% mass of the blue one ;-)
Thanks!
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I really like your works but I have to say that I like your old stuff much more than your newer deviations. I hope u don't feel offended by me saying that. I think you had a much better understanding of scale and a realistic look in your older works. The composition was much more simple but more realistic and natural. In this case I dont understand why u had to / wanted to put a wing into the image. I don't like the surface of the planets/moons...they don't look that real. The sun isn't that cool aswell..You put things together that dont really merge...they look like pasted in....


Don't get me wrong. U have produced some of the best wallpapers (maybe THE best one?) that I know...I'm a fan xD.
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TobiasRoetsch Digital Artist
Haha I don't feel offended :) It's perfectly fine if you don't like the image at all.
Thank you :)
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MarvinDiehl Photographer
Glad to hear that! =)
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TobiasRoetsch Digital Artist
thank you!
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ErikShoemakerHobbyist Digital Artist
love it!
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TobiasRoetsch Digital Artist
thanks :)
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Wyntrr-EndHobbyist General Artist
I like how you take a common image--a photo taken out the window of a plane--and put a completely different spin on it!
It's like a space plane. A... splane?
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TobiasRoetsch Digital Artist
thank you :) splane sounds good xD :woohoo:
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burning sun... Slowly dying... ahhhh nostalgic and beautiful art
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thanks ;)
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