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Time, Space and Rejection by stickersticker Time, Space and Rejection by stickersticker
Time, Space and Rejection...

The skies are only painted on for your benefit, a daftly drawing by the Lord of Creation to keep you looking up.

Sometimes you need to forget the inhabitants beside you.

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Sorry for the file size. Once the picture's loaded be sure to stare at it for a while.

Speed space, took about 2 hours. Painted in photoshop
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store-gfx Featured By Owner Feb 14, 2009
Size is great! I love the simplicity, instant fav.
I like these simple pieces your doing.

Could you give a basic summary of how you created the star field? It's mesmerizing!
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stickersticker Featured By Owner Feb 14, 2009  Hobbyist Digital Artist
I'm glad to hear that! I never know if my space art is liked by people. It's not the direction most space artists go for.
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cosmicbound Featured By Owner Feb 14, 2009
It's true that your work has a nice minimalist touch though, always nice to see some variation in styles with space art. This piece actually reminds me of Titan's infrared satellite imagery (if that's correct), though with a more opalescent appearance, and a nice drifty starfield. I'd only mention that it seems the yellowish hue below the planet seems to cut off a bit like a layer only quickly erased on the edge, otherwise nothing to note; a nice minimalistic piece. :)
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stickersticker Featured By Owner Feb 14, 2009  Hobbyist Digital Artist
I'm trying to find the spot you're mentioning that looks cut off. It's very possible because i've got lots of layers, heh. When i make these i tend to just turn my head off and go and i end up with the most disorganized PSD ever.
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cosmicbound Featured By Owner Feb 14, 2009
Haha, that's usually the best method for creative freedom. It's actually just below the planet really, it isn't a hard-lined cutoff but rather a softly erased cutoff which still gives off a vibe of being somewhat abrupt nonetheless.
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stickersticker Featured By Owner Feb 14, 2009  Hobbyist Digital Artist
I think i can't find it because my eyes are so used to looking at the pic. I'll have to look later, heh.
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cosmicbound Featured By Owner Feb 16, 2009
Fair enough. ;)
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