Quiet nightfall (
8000 x 5257 px )
NOTE: The poster and canvas previews may look a little blurry and dim but the actual physical products look fine.
As I was getting ready to start working on this space artwork I put on Steve Roach's "Dream circle" ambient album and started looking through my astronomy books... An hour later I was in the space mood - full of ideas and cosmic wonder. Although I knew what I wanted to do beforehand, getting into the right mental state has always been important to me. Without it the creation process feels shallow or even empty. You have to sort of "be there" - inside your creation - to make it good. |
It's a pity that one can't see all the stars on this small image as they add a lot of space atmosphere (some image detail always gets lost during the scaling-down process).
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I love the depth and hint of a thin nitrogen atmosphere. I want to explore all of these places in my transport.
hahah thank the artist not some fake idol like god.
I THANK GOD FOR HIS WONDERFUL CREATION AND THE CREATIVITY HE GAVE MAN.THE WORK IS INSPIRING.IS SUPERBER
John .T from Tanzania wrote:||June 5, 2009|
Ooh yes! this a great job..in fact I love..i am inspired compleate
Tommy from USA wrote:||December 22, 2008|
Oh wow. i whish i knew how to do something like that!
ELIZA from ITALY wrote:||November 16, 2008|
Nice Work to art.
Hope from U.S.A wrote:||October 26, 2008|
BREATH TAKING!!!! I LOOOVE SATURN THIS PIC IZ SUPER BEAUTIFUL
pop from L.A. wrote:||October 16, 2008|
I think is awsome. It is so inspiring to me about ASTRONOMY.I think it is so awsome.
jacob from australia wrote:||September 19, 2008|
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