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First Snow by xRed-thunderDragoNx First Snow by xRed-thunderDragoNx
The initial project I had in mind even before finishing Seasons May Change was to make a modification of that with some sort of underwater feeling, which I think looks great on space. As exotika II got place, I had some ideas in mind, and in the end, everything was brought togueter.

(I've worked hard for more than 2 months, and it's not really perfect, the way I wanted, but unfortunately I have no more time for adding stuff and reworking it.)

Here, the glowy planet might look like that first snowflake you receive on your house with a smile on your face, even when the sun still shines on the sky. It's not about sadness, it's not about depression. It's about happiness that comes with the cold breeze on your face.
And some people might not understand this, but all the rest who like so much of winter as I do, will. :)

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Damn, it's so great to be among all those amazing artists, all working 'togueter' on the same thematic. These things just make me like even more of the comunity! ^^

If anyone is interested on smaller wallpaper just tell me.

Ah, and for finishing this up, a big thank you for *buchvecny over again (Check him out!)!

Every kind of comment is really appreciated, and the full-view is always recommended!
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dnb-nOise Featured By Owner Nov 25, 2009  Professional Interface Designer
This is so soft :O I love it!
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Stormfire-SF Featured By Owner Nov 24, 2009  Student Digital Artist
Epic concept, man. Very well done.
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QAuZ Featured By Owner Nov 24, 2009
Featured [link]
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chessykat Featured By Owner Jun 21, 2009
I've always wanted to be one of those people who can do planetscapes. But I don't know how to begin... well, with a circle. But how do you get such tiny details in? It's like realist painting, but on an epic scale.
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Racerus Featured By Owner Feb 11, 2009
Bravo
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Bull53Y3 Featured By Owner Aug 3, 2008
nice pic with good illumination
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LongyZ Featured By Owner Jul 20, 2008
Great work! I love the blue light rays. Another :+fav:
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seancruz Featured By Owner Mar 14, 2008  Student Interface Designer
Eerie enough, this gives me the impression of underwater scenery
as if these objects, the rocks, the planet, etc, are emerging from the deep.

In a way it reminds me of the Titanic, but that might be because I'm listening to the Titanic Soundtrack lol
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blind-dancer Featured By Owner Dec 30, 2007  Hobbyist Digital Artist
I really love it, how do you draw all the tiny details?
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xRed-thunderDragoNx Featured By Owner Feb 26, 2008
i guess it's zooming & brushing, but the most important thing is you eye, no doubt.
when you have the concept well constructed in your mind, and put this on the canvas, you can let yourself have fun doing all the extra details (which most people won't see)
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