Creation year: 1998
Dimensions: 2545 x 4000 px
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This image is on the cover of the Polish edition of the Nexus magazine - the NR. 6(8), 1999 issue.|
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MONICA from USA wrote:||August 3, 2009|
BEAUTIFUL PICTURE. LOVED THE 2 MOONS.
I've seen this in my dreams
jesua from panama wrote:||June 22, 2008|
i think that it is a good pic
Thanks Gothic. I didn't know about this phenomenon, which is interesting indeed. Actually when I started working on this image (back in 1998) I first painted the large moon and then it just seemed natural to paint a landscape at the bottom that was "looking up" at the moons.
Glad you like it :)
Gothic from USA wrote:||January 8, 2008|
I don't know if you were aware of it at the time which you created this, but what I see in your artwork is actually a real phenomenon that occurs of Saturn's moon Enceladus. Ice geysers at the south pole happen because of the gravity pull from Saturn's other moons when they pass nearby... interesting huh?
You do beautiful work!
If it happened, it wouldn't be so bad!! ;)
this is my favorite picture, it's just too beautefull. a planet about to be plasted by other planet, how can people imaginethat?, this guy imagine it really good. i love this kind of fantasy.
This is my favorite of the small collection I can see of yours. But I love the colors you've chosen for all in your collection. This is the kind of digital space art I've been searching the web for and been mostly disappointed except for one or two from others' collections. Until now.
I imagine this to be millions of years from now, when somehow a distant planet is drawn to Earth (the bottom of the picture you can see it's rocky surface). But luckily for both of us, the gravity attraction isn't strong enough to completely annihilate us; instead this alien world grazes gracefully over our heads like a passing visitor, and I am watching this meeting of the planets through my window at night.
Always a pleasure watching and imagining being in your artwork. Composing ambient to stuff like this is a real treat.
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