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Tranquility

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My part of theluminariums exhibition called "Energy". You can check out the other awesome entries here: www.theluminarium.net/v3/exhib…

A different attempt this time for a close up planet. I kinda like the result. The picture is available as dual screen wallpaper for widescreen resolution (if you have another setup, just crop it to your liking).

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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

First and foremost my eye was struck when I saw the thumbnail on your gallery. When I clicked on it I was very impressed at the amount of detail you placed on the close up habitable moon (blue world on my right). I zoomed up and it still looked incredibly detailed. The shortening and perspective of the close up moon was done incredibly well to the point it almost seems as you journeyed hundreds of light years to take the picture.

Standing back I noticed even more about your picture, I spot a volcano on my top right, there appears to be geological activity on this moon, and a gas giant in the distant partly eclipsing it's sun and a couple astronauts standing on an orbiting asteroid. And as a backdrop I see reddish nebulaes. Usually when I see people try to add all these concepts into one piece they do not really go well together, but you however have tied all these concepts so well together that they basically compliment each other.

Excellent choice of colors, orange-red and blue definitely compliments each other, and the grayish asteroid compliments both the background tones and the blue world.

This is one of my favorite pieces in all of DA, great concept and powerful aesthetic beauty.