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Repent by Mark-S Repent by Mark-S
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Where do we go from here..

It's *TerraSpace vs deviantART - May the best art win!
(Not really versing but eh)

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Wewt! 50th Deviation!

This one has definatly been the most on and off project I've ever done.
Seriously it's gone through about 10+ versions, all being made to some sort of quality.
Originally I started this picture about a year ago but dropped it due to my inspiration/motivation for it dying out.

And now it's happened again so I didn't have anything else to add to this, so in my eyes it's done.
Also thanks to :icondinesiac: for giving me some critique on the image; much appreciated!


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Terragen 0.9 base render ftw, Photoplop for the rest.
Thanks for viewing :)

Edit: Thank you all for your support and thank you ^nighty for the feature :)!
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Daily Deviation

Given 2007-05-17
This piece combines to perfection the beautiful Terragen created landscape and a brilliant space scene realized in Photoshop through the precise control and application of digital painting as well as matte technique. The viewer is taken through a photo realistic journey into the surreal positioning of planets merged with a heavenly place in the clouds. Beautiful small addition of birds in flight and forest blending onto the landscape, motion affected stars and fantastic texturing of the planets round up this beautiful scene : Repent by *Mark-S ( Suggested by TerraSpace and Featured by nighty )
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herkul Apr 30, 2012  Hobbyist Photographer
woow wonderful :)
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KiraKitt Jan 25, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
I...
Speechless.
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:iconlehedia:
wooow! amazing!
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:iconaegis-alvo:
dang! this is breath taking. uhh.. where do I start? well, this gives a "repent, for death is upon you" kind of feeling.
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:icondebb555:
oooooo incredible work
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Necromarine Aug 20, 2010
if you have time to read this- wow incredible work!
How do you make these?
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:icondeviant-dentex:
truly amazing.
the oblique horizon fits perfectly, IMHO.
the light in the middle and the dark land/water below are breathtaking.
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EvilRadius Nov 3, 2009
huge gravity masses there... and an astonishing piece of work!
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:iconthecolombianone:
This is the first time an image makes me feel like I've gone deaf! How does that even happen?! Absolutely fantastic piece brother.
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:iconthecolombianone:
This is the first time I think an image makes me feel like I've gone deaf! Absolutely gorgeous. Fantastic piece!
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