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Drifting Memories by synax444 Drifting Memories by synax444
Wooo... Ive been trying to get time to finish this piece for weeks.. and here it is, finally... Nothing major, just some nebulae work, and some shooting stars/gas giant to complete it. Enjoy. :)

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A really nice job here.The falling stars have a nice sense of deep.Your nebula are very amazing, you use the sources of light very well.About the planet, i think that the shadown part could be less dark, showing all the planet texture, but it's a detail. That gas going out of the planet in the light side is very cool, but the colour of the texture and the light on it could be more dark. About the nebula...perfect. I really like the way that u use them with the purple colour. Maybe your planet could be more close of the "camera" to make the sense of the "falling worlds" more realistic. These asteroids reminds me a ghosts, falling in to the space...hehehe :D
yes is a great piece
i like it
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Well my friend you have done it again. great work. The things that stands out most to me are the shooting stars. I think you really took the concept to a whole new level, adding more than the usual mount of detail and really throwing a spin in it with the change of perspective. As far as those go, 99% perfect, however they seem a but to copy and paste to me.
For the nebula, its good. Not your best by any means, but solid. I do however think its too grungy for the context. I am a huge grungy fan, but the rest of the piece seems so smooth, i would work on trying to balance it out a bit, keep it uniform. But i really like the depth you added to them, above average on that in my book.
For the planet, thiago is right in the sense that you should lighten up the shadow. Sure its unrealistic, but this is art not astronomy. If you drop the opacity down to75-80%, you could see more of the detail in the texture, and i think it would help with depth.
There are also a very spots that seem empty through out the piece as a whole. This is just nit picking, but i would love to see another super small planet to fill the gaps, maybe one with rings or something, or maybe a ship. Just something small that doesn't distract but keeps the piece balanced.

All in all, great work. I liek how you are starting to push the norm, but keep taking it further. Like ive said before, we all know you have the technical skill, we all know your nebs are sex on a screen, and your galaxies are flawless. Now throw us a curve ball. Take you basic space scape and give it a twist. Push your own limits of skill.
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moondustfox Featured By Owner Jun 13, 2013  Professional General Artist
Nice job!
newtype-hack Featured By Owner May 22, 2010
synax444 Featured By Owner May 23, 2010
Thank you!
Bl4ck-and-wh1te Featured By Owner Jan 14, 2010

Check it yo.

synax444 Featured By Owner Jan 14, 2010
Oh wow, you're the best man! :w00t: Thank you!
Bl4ck-and-wh1te Featured By Owner Jan 14, 2010
No way! i featured it cuz its an amazing piece of artwork. I wish i could make spacescapes. they are the bomb.
synax444 Featured By Owner Jan 15, 2010
Well I appreciate it man, hmm, have you ever gave it a shot??
Bl4ck-and-wh1te Featured By Owner Jan 15, 2010
i did a while back, couldn't get the hang of the planets. the round backlit and textures was over my head at the time but this was a while back. need a good tutorial or something.
BAUSATZ Featured By Owner Dec 20, 2009
Man, your works are unbelieveable.

Do you use Photoshop?
synax444 Featured By Owner Dec 21, 2009
Thank you so much! :nod: yep
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