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High-resolution desktop wallpaper Homeworld by Phil2001
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February 5th, 2009

This image is 100% Photoshop. It took about 6 hours to create. When i was making the planet on the left i was just about done when i kicked out the power plug without saving the image. I had to redo it and the quality isn't as good as the original. That was frustrating. Anyway hope you like ;)

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Posted By: trout
about 14 years, 10 months ago
This is cool. I like the little ship down at the bottom. Clever touch.
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Posted By: Jaxson
about 14 years, 10 months ago
Beautiful. Better than real space shots, I think.
Posted By: Sphoenix
about 14 years, 10 months ago
Oh man, sorry to hear about the power problem. I've been through the same thing, it's painful to take in!

But this still looks great, very good piece of Photoshop. ;)
Posted By: Bojan Marsetich
about 14 years, 10 months ago
I like it. The sense od deepness is awesome

Posted By: SumYungGuy
about 14 years, 10 months ago
Can I be a total nerd and point out all the scientifically incorrect things in the image? No i'm not going to do that, good work :)
Posted By: fool
about 14 years, 10 months ago
I'd really like to see this in Dual Screen res (2560x1024)
Posted By: CaptJackDaniels
about 14 years, 10 months ago
wow I am sorry to hear about having to redo it! My computer has a knack for shutting off randomly. It usually waits until I have something important not saved, too.

Cool picture. I think you made a good choice with the rings, keeping them sorta whispy. Putting too much detail in them I think would have made the picture too busy.
Posted By: stubulman
about 14 years, 10 months ago
I agree with you whole-heartedly, the original was much better! All kidding aside, this is fantastic. Pictures of deep space do indeed carry the mind away spurring the imagination and tugging at our sense of wonder. Good job. PS: It takes me six hours simply to draw a straight line in PS.
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Posted By: Neekon
about 14 years, 10 months ago
Very very very good job, my dear friend.

I know this comment is a little "pain-in-the-ass", but get yourself together one day, and try to redo the left planet,.. once again.
It's very "lacky", and that's very sad, 'cause it disturb the beautiful piece of art!

And all ya' other guys, why are you thumbing down all good comments? It's kinda freakin annoying.

Please, only use the thumbs down, if the comment really deserve a thumb DOWN.
Posted By: trout
about 14 years, 10 months ago
Once more, "thumbs down" means "I disagree," not "You're evil and I hate you." Anyways, I know I already left a comment, but I wanted to tell you Phil that while I only have a 1280x800 screen, I took a moment to look at the largest resolution and zoom into everything and: WOW. I mean yes, as you even said there's a noticeable difference in quality between the left planet and all the rest, but it's still pretty good. And everything else is simply incredible. Those of us with small screens just can't give justice to this thing because all the detail you worked in is lost on the smaller resolutions. A shame, but really: this is impressive. And six hours, that's all? Now I'm a total foreigner to Photoshop, but that still seems like a rather short time for such a detailed piece. Some serious talent, man.
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Posted By: stubulman
about 14 years, 10 months ago
The following is an excerpt for a previous post of mine: I rarely if ever rate a comment. I think the "agree/disagree" system presents one with a false or limited choice. I would rather see a rating choice such "merit/no merit." Consequently you are at liberty to disagree with someone but indicate that their opinion is well taken.
Posted By: BigDwarf
about 14 years, 10 months ago
Thanks from FRANCE. ;)
Posted By: Phil2001
about 14 years, 10 months ago
Hey Thanks for all the comments updated version can be found here

Posted By: brizkit
about 14 years, 10 months ago
SumYungGuy took the post out of my keyboard! This is astronomically inaccurate, but it's impressive enough to be left alone. Really nice work here. That said, I think there are "real" space shots that would be just as breathtaking on IFL. (Run a Google search for Hubble photos to see what I mean.)
about 14 years, 10 months ago
WONDERFUL wallpaper...good job...one of my favorites.
Posted By: knaim2
about 14 years, 10 months ago
Very creative. You don't have to be on point or exact with ART that you do in photoshop. It's all about being creative and imaginative. Eventually, the audience will get the point. I really enjoyed this piece of ART, however, I liked your other one better. Keep up the good work!
Posted By: Guli32
about 14 years, 10 months ago
Very nice job mate:)
Posted By: Hweingardt
about 14 years, 10 months ago
Very nicely done. Although you say the planet on the left didn't come out as nicely as you would have hoped...I am a fan of darker wallpapers and all my icons are on the left so more detail would just be covered up by my icons. This is perfect for me and I have put it on my desktop! Thanks!
Posted By: Toivemursu
about 14 years, 10 months ago
Thanks, very nice wallpaper :)
Posted By: FloRidah
about 14 years, 10 months ago
Hey, guys!
I got a question for SumYungGuy and/or brizkit.
Can you tell me what scientific/astrological facts are absent in the wallpaper? Just curious.
P.S. Great job; a true artist and a Pro in Photoshop.
Posted By: WallpaperDude
about 14 years, 9 months ago
Why do I doubt all the people complaining that this is "inaccurate from reality" are anything even close to being astrophysicists? Anyway, this is really dope. Planet on the right is from: http://burning-liquid.deviantart.com/art/Terra-Nova-Planet-Resource-13299327, is it not?
Posted By: RJL
about 14 years, 9 months ago
Excellent job. As soon as my other wallpaper gets boring I'll use this one. Very good work!
Posted By: Shaun219
about 14 years, 9 months ago
If this helps any I was writing a 3000 word essay when I was almost done my neighborhood power went down that pissed me off. Anywho did very good job on the space project nice touches added to it not to much n at the same time not to little
Posted By: FroBoZZ
about 14 years, 9 months ago
great imagination and execution.
Posted By: ssenkrad
about 14 years, 9 months ago
For anyone that watches it this wallpaper reminds me of the last two episodes of "Dr. Who" in the 4 season

and its a great pic
Posted By: SalsaLover
about 14 years, 8 months ago
You are an amazing photoshop artist! I've never seen something like that done so well! Congratulations on your hard work and effort and keep at it! :D
Posted By: 0xLiMeSx0
about 14 years, 8 months ago
Dang man. sorry bout the power thing. it took like 7 hours creating it so it would mean you spent 12 hours trying to post a wallpaper online. thanks for the hard work.

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