Felt like I was getting rusty with my nebula paintings, so I decided to bust one out for you guys. I know it's not my best, but I'd say it's pretty alright.
Fav, comment, drool. You know the drill
Painted in Photoshop. No photos, fractals, or textures.
Hello. This is one of my 2 favorite space imagery pieces. I love this so much. I reverse image searched to find you. Thank you for making such beautiful art. I'm sorry to say I came across this because I bought it on merchandise previously. I'm sure you're aware, but it's being sold on a number of platforms without credit. If there are ways to support you instead, I'll do it gladly.
The contrast of orange & blue usually clash in most pallets but amazingly in this spell-bounding scenery, this has the colors swirling in harmony. In this ocean of stars it feels as if it a cosmic dance like an exotic ballet in scarfs, seducing the watcher... As I look closer to it's spell, I think I see a lion like creature turning it's majestic neck, looking over it's shoulder. I see a new detail at each glance, the more I look into this... the more I find.
Yet after seeing this for awhile I have this strange thirst... oddly, I have this craving for Thai Tea. Wow... that does sound delicious.
Simply outstanding... I just met your artwork thanks to VSauce and my mind was immediately blown.
I do, however have two minor critiques to make, first than all, the orange is simply too saturated for my taste and, being a space artwork, i'm missing the blacks in the blue part.
Second, I feel like the center needs to be a little more dynamic, to make it look more like a war and less like a wall, although maybe this was intentional, so it might be nothing.
Finally... Great work man! You've created the best space images I've ever seen!, (and I probably shouldn't be writing this because I can barely do anything better that stick figures) I can't wait to see more from you.
PD: I feel a Ying-Yangy line between the colors, is that what's separating them? Some kind of short gradient?
In other sections (sci-fi and star trek) can be found more of your nebula art being used as backgrounds, the great majority of which are being claimed as original pieces by those who have 'pinned' them.