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Infinitus

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The Red Canyon ref-photo package of photobash.org has been on my HDD for some time now while I was thinking about what to do with it. I did several pictures with extreme rock formations in the last time just because I like creating such landscapes and because I am still training my skills. Overall I think the wallpaper works quite well.

Wallpaper (widescreen and normal sizes) available here: gtgraphics.de/wallpapers/infin…
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chrishamner's avatar
:star::star::star::star::star-half: Overall
:star::star::star::star::star: Vision
:star::star::star::star::star-half: Originality
:star::star::star::star::star: Technique
:star::star::star::star::star-half: Impact

Infinitus is an incredible vision brought to life through photomanipulation and digital drawing. This piece is high impact and could be excellent environmental concept art for games or films. The depth presented in the image is phenomenal. The science fiction aspects - from the mysterious structure in the rock pillar, to the moon and flying aircraft - leave one wondering what era this takes place in, and where in the universe it might be. The birds and human add life to an otherwise still image, while the aircraft provide a sense of motion and passing time.

Ultimately the viewer can take the place of the lone figure looking into the distance, contemplating the thoughts that the watcher might be having as he gazes far off at the massive pillars. Excellent vision and technique used here create an imaginative scene that transports the viewer and leaves one in wonder.
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thank you very much for your thoughts!
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Obeah's avatar
That looks amazing :) I don't think I'll have anything more constructive to say other than that, but I do love it :D
ErikShoemaker's avatar
sieht geil aus! Sehr schön finde ich auch die Station im Berg, schlicht aber sehr edel gemacht.
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Felewin's avatar
Reminds me of exploring Eos in Mass Effect - Andromeda.
It's pretty neat, I like the spire, platforms, and ship flying up to it.
I feel like the person is too big.
ARandomDalek's avatar
Love the scale of this.
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Scorpidilion's avatar
Schöne Arbeit! :thumbsup: ;)
verdenpark's avatar
Something intriguing about this one. Jedda before the Empire perhaps? Great job.
TobiasRoetsch's avatar
for sure has some star wars feeling ;)
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