Well .. this piece is very good, not in the fact that its well done and very clear in detail, but the fact that its different. Seeing somthing different in spaceart is always nice.. and this is very original.
Without a doubt, this is one of the best galaxies i have ever seen on a non-proffesional level. It is not often i say this anymore, since i have a fair idea how to do anything in PS once i look at it. but i have tried to do a galaxy myself, and it is extremely hard. So: TEACH ME PLEASE.
if you have any spare time, that is. I would love to be able to incorporate such a jewel into one of my space pieces, well done, .
omfg, Im really starting to get pissed off.
I can see how people could like it, the perspective and the colours are good.
But on fullview it doesnt show any real talent.
A cloudy brush, a dotty brush and a swirl filter then perspective tool. (Then hue/saturation or maybe colour balance for the colours)
And yet you get 140 or so favs lol.
I just think its unfair, even tho it sounds like im whining, that you get so much for this as compared to the 18 max favs I get on a piece that I put all my skill into.
Maybe im taking it out on the wrong person, lol its just been building up when I look tho some of the pieces at DA, but this just seemed like a very fine example of what I was getting at.
Heres some suggestions tho:
Try giving the rings more substance, not skinny little wisps of light, they are made up of gas, dust, rockand billions of stars etc.
The stars youve done with the brush, seem to be cut off and started too suddenly and are to uniform (not randomly placed - and need to be varied amounts).
Plus in the centre there should be more light, like in the previous version but not so much.
And lastly it might have looked better with it all centered.
O well, this might not even be read but its probably better I get this off mah chest
hm, very original...I like the idea of these circulating planets...what I don't like is that you used the same planet all the time, and I think your starfield is rather bare, you could work a lot on that. would create depth. but it is a good piece anyway, nice brushing