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Argument-WP color version by nuformz Argument-WP color version by nuformz
This is from my latest piece, Afgument. I cropped out a section of it, colored it different, and flipped it sideways so I'd have more room for my icons on the left hand side.

There are so many color schemes and different crops from the same image that I think just look amazing, but I doubt I'm actually going to upload all of them.
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duneworld Featured By Owner Jan 6, 2009
The big asteroid colliding with the planet I thought looked a bit like a (left) hand, almost like it's reaching into the planet to gouge something out of it. Anyway I've saved it and will probably use it one day, so thanks. :thumbsup:
socketz Featured By Owner Mar 1, 2008  Hobbyist General Artist
Incredible! No comments
CycloneNimrod Featured By Owner Apr 4, 2006  Hobbyist Photographer
Ahhhh nice work, but the stars..well:

1. Too many, reduce the numbers a little.
2. Too bright and in your face.

Other than that..nice work dude.
dms-o Featured By Owner May 8, 2005
A lot of blur... and the render aren't really detailed. (but i think it's old lol)
slipstream3d Featured By Owner Jul 18, 2004  Hobbyist General Artist

I was actually trying to do a simliar impact picture, but ended up turning the exploding planet into a sun :roll: so I just left the sun. [link]

I think this is what mine would have turned into if I had done the planet right :D

Nice job!
cosmicbound Featured By Owner Apr 15, 2004
Cant beat that impact :)
DivineError Featured By Owner Mar 30, 2004
oh my god, that has to be the best colors in an image ive seen in a while, +fav
wild-paradox Featured By Owner Mar 13, 2004
In order to go from your previous Argument to this one, with very little quality loss...what size canvas do you use?
nuformz Featured By Owner Mar 13, 2004  Hobbyist Digital Artist
this is the actual size. I think the canvas was 1280x2000, and I just cropped this part out
exarobibliologist Featured By Owner Mar 12, 2004  Professional Photographer
Well, I think this piece is great looking as it is... I'm definitely going to give it my :+fav:

If you ever get around to doing a re-edit of it. Try enhancing the asteroid and defining it's shape a bit. Also let's see some of the other color schemes you were thinking of...
equuleus Featured By Owner Mar 11, 2004
Looks really good, interesting colours i admit but well done :)
s1dc Featured By Owner Mar 10, 2004
eugh, this drives me nuts. The asteroids have green tails, which is completely unbelievable and makes them blend into the background. The detail is too large for this image, the cracks look very sub-par when you see them this big.

Change the colors and fix the cracks, and it might be really good. It just looks like too quick of an edit for me, no effort went into this like effort went into the original.
Globox2100 Featured By Owner Mar 7, 2004
I like the idea and I also really like the spectrum of colors you used here, I just feel that it needs some touching up, maybe to sharpen up some edges and work on that asteroid a little bit more, maybe you were going for the "chunky" look but its on the chunky side of chunky, still excellent piece here!
phuture2k Featured By Owner Mar 7, 2004
don't like thge colors of the asteroids fire but what you did on the planet is amazing !
fuego316 Featured By Owner Mar 6, 2004
very cool... i like the lighting of the shockwaves...
Replicated Featured By Owner Mar 6, 2004   Digital Artist
THIS IS BEAUTIFUL! THE COLORS!!!! OMG OMG! It is like woah. Man I love this so damn much. :+fav: for sure. This is VERY nice work. This is definitely a new wallpaper.
viremaster Featured By Owner Mar 6, 2004  Hobbyist Digital Artist
i realy love it man but the only thing o don't like there are to many collers i think
EternalPain Featured By Owner Mar 6, 2004
whoa. that is pretty. I'm going to put it as my wallpaper!!
viperLX Featured By Owner Mar 6, 2004
maybe the asteriod could use a little more but besides that great work
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