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About the pic

I ever wanted to do such a pic. And finally I'm pretty happy. I know there are still some things that seem to be kinda off but I don't care because the whole image is (in my opinion) in harmony. The most time I spent on the galaxy that is about to be destroyed by a giant black hole. Some last Star-Destroyer are on the run. Unfortunately this epic scene takes place behind the planet, so you won't see it :( I'm really sorry but I had to pay some attention to realism, and a planet isn't transparent. :giggle:



:bulletred: Thanks a lot to the guys of the #SpaceArt channel for suggestions. You guys rock!!
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:star::star::star::star::star: Overall
:star::star::star::star::star: Vision
:star::star::star::star::star: Originality
:star::star::star::star::star: Technique
:star::star::star::star::star: Impact

When I first saw this, I was absolutely blown away. The sheer scale of this artwork is epic.

The amount of effort and detail you've put into things such as the land mass on the planet, and the lights of distant cities gives the impression of an actual picture taken out in space from a satelite.

A really neat touch is the way in which everything in the picture appears to be directing the viewer towards the right hand side of the picture. This most likely has something to do with the star glaring in the distance.

I will say one thing, though. Perhaps the texture of the asteroids in the distance could have been made to look a little rougher.

This wouldn't look out of place on a wraparound cover for a sci-fi novel.