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Magic Universe by RMirandinha Magic Universe by RMirandinha
:D just for fun :D

coments favs and critiqs are welcome and wanted :)

enjoy!
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mickel728 Featured By Owner May 20, 2013
your art is sick. like it alot
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RMirandinha Featured By Owner May 20, 2013
Thats awesome! Thank you :D
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Professor-Fox Featured By Owner Aug 12, 2011  Student General Artist
This is beautiful! The detail on tje planets and asteroids is amazing. My favorite part is the stars, they remind me of the work of Frank Kelly Freas. Was he one of your influences?
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Alpha-Element Featured By Owner Aug 12, 2011  Hobbyist Digital Artist
mind blowing!:o awesome work!:D
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markpaulkk Featured By Owner Jan 5, 2011  Professional Digital Artist
Prior to this feedback I am going to leave, I have provided one time-consuming constructive criticism, one positive feedback and in this one I shall leave both a constructive and an uninspiring comment in the style of a comment you have recently left for me - I hope you notice the difference between what is a helpful and what isn't.

HELPFUL FEEDBACK:

the concept is interesting - while there are certainly elements that are commonly used, the angle and composition is unique in my opinion - it's bright in some parts and certainly catches the viewers attention while keeping it focused - these points are positive - my suggestions on how to improve this piece are as follows: the lighting on this I don't feel is spot on - the light on the asteroids doesn't reflect the glow that would be given off by the blue/green hue of the nebula since I am assuming this is what is being used as a focal point for the lighting on the objects within this - if you drew a line down the centre of this piece and follow it down to the bottom you will see this asteroid of medium/large size in comparison with the rest of the asteroids in this - this lighting is flat at 0 degrees - this needs to be rotated to the right a bit to follow the centre of the nebula and the lighting direction of it

the black bars at the top and bottom of this kind of ruin the feeling of the piece a tiny bit and the glow on it doesn't help either - I'd increase the opacity of these bars to 100% and remove the glow

overall for a piece that was done just for fun, it has a lot of potential once a few alterations are made.

NOT SO HELPFUL FEEDBACK:

the lighting in this is wrong, the colours wrong - better than most space images but not the best.
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TJUArt Featured By Owner Feb 4, 2011  Hobbyist Digital Artist
1. I have yet to see a piece of space art with "wrong" colours

2. The lighting is not wrong, how do you know that the nebula is the only light source?
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markpaulkk Featured By Owner Feb 4, 2011  Professional Digital Artist
it's quite easy looking at the piece.
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TJUArt Featured By Owner Feb 4, 2011  Hobbyist Digital Artist
No, it isn't
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SuperSmurgger Featured By Owner Sep 25, 2010  Student Digital Artist
This is like the title say : magic !! The colours are so warm and wonderful, and the planet are incredible !! Masterpiece!!! Who did you make the nebula ?
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RMirandinha Featured By Owner Sep 25, 2010
yes i did the whole thing :P im very glad you like it :D
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