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Galaxy MF996 by Sniper115A3 Galaxy MF996 by Sniper115A3
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3 days, Photoshop CS6 :)

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:iconseanguy4:
Seanguy4 Mar 18, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
Is this of the Cartwheel Galaxy?
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Sniper115A3 Mar 18, 2014   Digital Artist
Nope, just a random unknown galaxy at the far end of the universe.
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:iconseanguy4:
Seanguy4 Mar 19, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
Spitting image of it though. ;)
Nice work!
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:iconsofiametalqueen:
SOFIAMETALQUEEN Nov 9, 2013  Professional Traditional Artist
great photoshop art
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Sniper115A3 Dec 18, 2013   Digital Artist
Thanks!
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:iconpogona2009:
nice flare, the galaxy looks very good as well, the shape looks a bit different than normal ones, I like it :D.
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Sniper115A3 Jun 8, 2013   Digital Artist
Thanks man :)
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GinPerry Feb 9, 2013  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
I like the spiral, I feel the vortex of energy. Really cool. :)
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Sniper115A3 Feb 14, 2013   Digital Artist
Thank you!
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gucken Dec 1, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
The execution is quite nice and the composition is interesting enough, too :)
I like the details and the choice of colors.
However, the piece is a bit too flat at the moment. It's always difficult to create some sense of depth with galaxy themed images, but you've managed it very well in your older piece Galaxy MF995.
Also, pay attention to catch & keep the viewer's eye in your image. The galaxy's arms and the star are placed very well, but the nebula in the bottom right corner might take away the viewer's eye and lead it outside of the image. Still, it's an important part in your composition. It's tough :)
I thought, maybe extending the shorter arm to the bottom right corner and making it bigger in the corner, might create the illusion as if the viewer is riding that arm.
It's challenging and I don't even know if it will work.
This is what I meant [link]

You'd have to adjust the other arm and the overall lighting, too, in that case.

Keep up the good work! :thumbsup:
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