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A supernova is a rare celestial phenomenon involving the explosion of most of the material in a star, resulting in an extremely bright, short-lived object that emits vast amounts of energy. |
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John from USA wrote:||December 23, 2008|
This is amazing! You did the supernova so well that my pupils reacted as if they were taking in the sun! Great work!
MARK E. from USA wrote:||November 5, 2008|
I AM A HUGE FAN OF OUTER SPACE ART AND YOU ARE THE PREMIER ARTIST I HAVE EVER SEEN.I FEEL LIKE I'M THERE NO WORDS COME TO MIND OTHER THAN ABSOLUTELY AMAZING!!!! "BRAVO"
AWSOME PICTURES DUDE
Thanks Andrew. I just checked your website and bookmarked it. You do beautiful artwork.
i am a big space art fan. i enjoyed your outstanding space art images.
Empyrion from Romania wrote:||June 12, 2007|
It's simply great! because
The colors of the nova are very well picked and realistically painted in the shapes of rays almost in a mathematical manner; the planet that the viewer appears to be standing is well enough darkened because of the extreme luminance of the nova, just like it would appear in reality.
I know the glow of the nova must have been a pain to paint in such a detail and realism so that's why i think its a great image.
Super Super Cool, the image make you feel good, and nice, no matter what may be going on in your life.
jarek from poland wrote:||February 28, 2007|
yeah its pixa
olivia wrote:||February 12, 2007|
it is cool
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