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About Drydareelin

  • Birthday 10/21/1994

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  1. So much work went into this update. It's fantastic, thank you!
  2. @Seerose Thank you @barbieq25 I was trying to get the feeling of being on that planet..without actually being on the planet. Thank you @JulioCoolio Exactly the feeling I was going for! Thank you! ------------------------ So everyone can see why I made the wallpaper the way it is, here it is overlayed on my phone's model. The dark corner hides the camera cutout.
  3. Reminds me of a kaleidoscope, or when you stand up too fast and you start seeing colours 😁 Very pretty, good job!
  4. Woah, that's really cool. Looks like it's warping towards me, telling me I'm late again... I really like the little diamonds between each numeral, really brings it all together!
  5. I love the easter bunny looks like something you could stick on a jumper!
  6. I love the effects you make make here, each one tells a different story. Unique style
  7. @Woodsy It would have to be very clear @lynxster4 Thank you @Pixey Thank you very much Pixey
  8. I love the use of the Julia Fractal here Definitely makes the jewel look other-worldly!
  9. @LionsDragon I could've sworn I replied to this 😶 Apologies! I loved his song, put a lot of things into perspective! Also thank you -------------------------------------------------------------- New image, 'Cosmic Wanderer', on the first page. Let me know any thoughts you lot have on it!
  10. Another way would be to just add a noise effect onto your solid colour with the colour saturation set to 0.
  11. I love the slightly different perspective on your latest one, and the smoke is a nice touch. Something minor I liked was the shadows you've done from the frames around the doors - they look very natural.
  12. @Pixey The Kuiper Belt is a bunch of space objects beyond Pluto I also never left, just browsing whenever I had a some free time. New job is going well also, I'm a satellite engineer so as you can imagine it is right up my alley. Thank you! @Seerose Thank you It's not as colourful as my others, but I was going for more of a realistic approach this time round. @welshblue Well in that case this would be one hell of a hernia, might have to ask NASA on that one. Thank you! @Woodsy This object way too small to be planets, I think it was clocked in at 19 miles (according to wikipedia). They couldn't even indentify it with telescopes on earth, they had to use hubble. Thank you, it's going well so far!
  13. @lynxster4 That's the one! I couldn't put off waiting for a high quality version from NASA for any longer Thank you!
  14. Looks like he has a very, very bright idea. Very cool manipulation!