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High-resolution desktop wallpaper Origins by hameed
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Origins

March 25th, 2011

This digital painting took what can only be described as a ridiculously long time to do. I hope you all like it. No stock or references of any kind were used.

Adobe Photoshop.

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astronomy » black » digital illustration » nebulae » planets » space » stars »

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Comments from the Community

Posted By: InterClaw
about 7 years ago
I'm glad you decided to submit this without any [visible] watermark in it. I like it a lot, especially the oil-stainy look it has. Work well as a wallpaper. Thanks!

I would have preferred it without the planet, or maybe with a more imposing planet.
Posted By: aural
about 7 years ago
I really like this one! The color scheme is calming and I like the planet and stars. You achieved a lot of depth in the "deep field" portions of the image and it totally looks organic - almost like a great Hubble photo. Excellent work!

I'd love a higher resolution dual screen version. I have 2 24" monitors so my resolution is 3840 x 1200 - the included dual screen pixilates on my screens.
Posted By: jrm125
about 7 years ago
Very clear, nice work. Good colors and tone. Can't wait to see more offerings.

I too would appreciate dual monitor versions. It's digital, no reason not to! :)
Posted By: kabelbrand
about 7 years ago
It's a truly amazing picture. I like the left side very much, with its nebulas and cloudy stuff.

The planets are a bit misfitting, they seem a bit lost inside the whole picture.
Posted By: MrMcLargeHuge
about 7 years ago
I agree that it looks organic, like something from the Hubble.

The planet seems a little off, I could do without it. Also, why the watermark?
Posted By: Krakauer
about 7 years ago
It's an amazing painting. Your really out done your self with this one!
Incredible!

When I look at this, I wonder howmany times you erased and replaced a start...

Stunning, I could stare all day at this...

Well, I didn't notice the water for some time... But I understand why you placed it on! ;)
Posted By: Tesctassa
about 7 years ago
This is really stunning! Congratulations! Looks really

realistic and the tecnique is superb! A real piece of artwork! (=
Posted By: deman
about 7 years ago
awesome. reminds me of the death metal band "Origin"
Posted By: Timeship
about 6 years, 8 months ago
Looking at this transports me straight to heavenly realms of science fiction and visionary imagination of new worlds, in which one day humanity might live. Are we prudent enough not to overcrowd and overuse our planet like locust, but rather seek new worlds and build new civilizations out there? Great space art, my friend, as always. You never cease to amaze me!

It's perfect as it is, at least to me ;-) Godspeed!

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