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Melodies - Copyright Ezekiel Gabrielse 2006

It's done, finally. I had alot of fun making this, and I learned alot from it. I am very proud of it, I think its my best work by far.

Hope you like it.

If you like it enough you could always hit the favourite button. *hint*
lol.

Thanks, and enjoy.
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:iconyami-gohan:
Yami-Gohan Featured By Owner Jan 19, 2007
Very Good texture, i love it !
Can I use it for my next webdesign please? ( if you want to contact me, my email adress is yami.gohan@hotmail.fr ) Thanks.
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Omicron- Featured By Owner Dec 10, 2006
some very unique texture work in this, good job. Might want top improve your larger stars though, on a lot of the stars the blur just makes them look like fuzzy balls instead of bright stars with flares...
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Kayradim Featured By Owner Dec 8, 2006
Everything j4m said is exactly what i was going to say. It does look good, I am proud of the work you have been doing. Keep up the great work, and you will be famous some day..
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:iconeclipse-cj3:
Eclipse-CJ3 Featured By Owner Dec 8, 2006
Thanks man.
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:iconkayradim:
Kayradim Featured By Owner Dec 8, 2006
np
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:iconbuchvecny:
buchvecny Featured By Owner Dec 8, 2006
more depth, less texture
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:iconscorpidilion:
Scorpidilion Featured By Owner Dec 8, 2006  Hobbyist Photographer
looks very interessting :)
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:icondadrian:
dadrian Featured By Owner Dec 8, 2006  Professional Digital Artist
me loves what you have done since the preview =)
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:iconsoloact-the-bard:
soloact-the-bard Featured By Owner Dec 8, 2006
Awesome! B-)
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:iconcosmicbound:
cosmicbound Featured By Owner Dec 7, 2006
I think you've done better to be honest. I put this down mainly to depth; the image seems very flat, although the star field has some nice variation, it doesn't seem to implicate any extra depth (some even tinier stars might have helped). But it's not really the starfield that lacks the most depth; its the focus, I think because the image is already dark, its hard to see the dark contrasts in the nebulae/galaxy, thus making it hard to give it a certain feeling of 'depth'.

The texture & colours are nice though (& yes, the stars are nice), composition is alright (although nothing special), again these where only my opinions, just hoping to give you some idea's for next time.
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:iconeclipse-cj3:
Eclipse-CJ3 Featured By Owner Dec 8, 2006
What can I do to fix that in this? Please explain.
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:iconcosmicbound:
cosmicbound Featured By Owner Dec 8, 2006
There are various ways you could give it more depth; one is to use a larger spectrum of colours strategically (Although this is just one example, you don't have to use more than one colour), such as adding contrasting colours in area's you want to stand out. Alternately, you could just use varies of light & contrast; your image flows out from the light without much interaction with the light in terms of nebulae, & the contrast is flat as it just seems to flow outwards without any bumps (if that makes any sense), you want to try & create 'bumps' in contrast while keeping it dynamic, an example would be to increase the contrast/lightness of dark matter with wisps of the light floating along its edges to pronounce its details, contrast is one of the main keys to depth.
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:iconeclipse-cj3:
Eclipse-CJ3 Featured By Owner Dec 8, 2006
I'll keep that in mind, and I'll work on this.
Thanks.
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:iconcosmicbound:
cosmicbound Featured By Owner Dec 8, 2006
Ah, look forward to what you come up with!

No problem. :)
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:iconkrimsyn:
Krimsyn Featured By Owner Dec 7, 2006   Writer
very nice, i love the left side of the implosion.
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:icondoneydonydone:
doneydonydone Featured By Owner Dec 7, 2006
this looks extrmly real!! classic work!!
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:iconlavertan:
lavertan Featured By Owner Dec 7, 2006
Looks very nice. I wonder how u did that.
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Oblivion89 Featured By Owner Dec 7, 2006   Digital Artist
Dude, sweet. I like those colors :)
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