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Drydareelin's gallery [27/06/20 update] - 'The Emblem'


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@lynxster4: Thank you very much :)

@Woodsy: Thank you. It's pretty much just a ton of transparent gradients.

@barbieq25: I do like portraying the 'loneliness' feeling actually, because that's what comes to mind personally when I picture the vastness of space. But a few vivid colours doesn't hurt anyone :)

@Pixey: Thank you! It's in a 16:9 format so should fit most standard resolutions easily :P I also have a mobile version a friend convinced me to do for them if anyone is interested.

@Maximilian: Thank you very much!

@LionsDragon: I did ask but they said no. Maybe I'll hijack the JWST... I've fixed a few broken links to some older pieces, but thank you very much :)

@Rickhum: Tutorials were never my thing. I've got a few older speed arts and speed edits, but mostly I just do progression images these days. A playlist of most of them can be seen here. I also have a couple of tutorials in my signature too :) Thank you very much.

@Seerose: Thank you very much!

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@Eli Thank you! Even thinking of space has the effect on me. I feel very, very small.

@Pixey Thank you :D 'Poppy' is actually the nickname I have for my current girlfriend of a few years now ;) Same one I made 'Joy' after.

@Woodsy Thanks, took me long enough to get there!

@Maximilian Would you say...Out of this world? :D

@lynxster4 That's exactly what nebula are! :) Thank you!

@Seerose Thank you very much!

@LionsDragon Thank you! Although the good thing with art is that you can think up any shape or size you want :D

 

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Yikes @Drydareelin this piece Chem is absolutely stunning    It looks like a professional poster.  I love the image in front of the planet (Ellie?) - it really adds something to the whole composition.  Well done <3.

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How I made Jennifer & Halle in Paint.net

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"Rescuing one animal may not change the world, but for that animal their world is changed forever!" anon.

 
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@Woodsy Thank you, the depth was a challenge to pull off so I'm glad you mentioned it!

@Maximilian Thank you :D

@barbieq25 Thank you very much. Took me a good few days, but I promised a friend I'd put them in one of my pieces :P

@Seerose Thank you very much!

@lynxster4 Thank you :) 

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I love science-fiction scene.  I like your execution of concept.  Love, love the ring around the planet.  If you don't mind a bit of some critique - I think the planet's texture could use a bit more "depth" to it even though it's a gas planet, and something about the reflection of the person on the floor seem...off.

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@welshblue Thank you! Glad to see you're active again, and not just a quick one-time visit!

@TrevorOutlaw Of course I don't mind critique, that's how you improve. I based my design off photos of Jupiter (hence the swirling spot) and although I added more depth to that particular area, I agree I could've done more overall. Maybe just a touch more contrast too?

Also the lighting on the floor seems off because I made it waaaay too opaque. Whoops. Thank you, I do appreciate it!

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