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Interposed by AdrienCGD Interposed by AdrienCGD
Time: 2 hours
Used: PhotoShop CS2
Date: 10/19/09

Here's another art where I wanted to try a transition between two colors.
Then I decided to use some types of textures and it turned out like that.
I got a few feedback on this saying it looks weird because it should be vertical instead of horizontal :o
Oh well, I'm not the best, but I still like it.
I just wish I could bring out the colors better lol

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:icondave2011:
Wicked. I like how you did the contrast between what looks like flames and ice/cool gas.
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:iconadriencgd:
Thanks, I'm glad you noticed that!
I wanted to play with the colors and then changed a little so it would look like that! ^.^
PhotoShop is so much fun with all the effects it can make!
Thanks for the favs!
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Silver-Guild Nov 8, 2009  Student Photographer
Wow, that's beautiful :D I love the colours :)
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:iconadriencgd:
Hehe thanks!
Yeah I felt like doing a space art with red and blue in it ^.^
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Silver-Guild Nov 8, 2009  Student Photographer
Lol, you're welcome :D
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:iconjurassic-gothic:
Nice pic. Looks like an epistellar jovian planet. Though no ring feature has been detected so far around transiting hot jupiters. :)
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:iconadriencgd:
Thanks, glad you like it ^.^
Well I'm a sucker for rings so I just had to add it again.
I do my art more on imagination than facts so yeah :XD:
Thanks for the :+fav: also! :D
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:iconjurassic-gothic:
Those rings are very well done.
I only mean so far no astronomer has detected ring features in extrasolar planets. So far =p
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:iconadriencgd:
I see lol
Maybe it could also be like what astronomers recently discovered about saturn, it had an extra layer of rings that was so wide and far away they barely detected it until a few months ago.
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