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Transcendency by Mr-Frenzy Transcendency by Mr-Frenzy
Started out as a training piece. I was experimenting with some new ways of making stars, background noise and bringing in some more light into my pieces. This whent on for like a couple of hours, and then it became clear that i had to work some more on it :) Its weird but it seems its my training pieces that makes it to my gallery hehe.

I've wanted for a long time to make a pure space pic, with some more colors and light than what i've been doing lately. Hope you guys like the result.

I've made a bunch of new planets for this piece, and one of the more unusual ones is the hot planet, swirling with lava , a little up at the right.

Working time: 11 hours
Tools of the trade: Photoshop cs2
Music: Elysium

Frenz..
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SkillZombie Featured By Owner Mar 29, 2008  Hobbyist Digital Artist
I'm simply impressed with the amount of detail that you've placed into this image. But what truly catches my eyes is that extravagant nebula that you've created. The very phantom like nature of the nebula is enough to draw me into the image. Excellent work!

P.S. Could you please tell me what steps you took to create that nebula?
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Mr-Frenzy Featured By Owner Mar 30, 2008  Professional Digital Artist
:hug: thanks mate, im glad you liked the piece :boogie:
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SkillZombie Featured By Owner Mar 31, 2008  Hobbyist Digital Artist
You're very welcome.
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ernestotequillaymota Featured By Owner Dec 14, 2005   Digital Artist
nice detailling on the earthlike planet
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DistortedTruth Featured By Owner Dec 9, 2005
Oh wow! I love that star(?) behind the big planet. Lots goin on here too. I love it. Great job frenzy!
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Supremacia Featured By Owner Aug 23, 2005  Student Digital Artist
awesome piece men, congrats!
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Naraian Featured By Owner Aug 18, 2005
Mr. Frenzy in action again. It's been a long time:) cool job as always:clap:
how long did it take by the way?
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Jade-Eye-Creations Featured By Owner Aug 16, 2005  Hobbyist General Artist
Awesome, the nebula is amazing....I really like the colour and how it ocmes out in the sky. Good work as always sweetie :hug:
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echidnablade Featured By Owner Aug 14, 2005
Hey he returns, once again a great pic Mr Frenzy. If I knew more about art I might be able to offer suggestions but instead I'll just admire it in it's awesomeness.
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AidenVenis Featured By Owner Aug 14, 2005  Student Interface Designer
Hey your back! Nice picture! Stars are great nabula is good but could use a bit mroe work. Planets are fantastic axcept for the big one left under, it's a bit how do you say that.... noisy or something, I don't know. Great picture though!
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FracturedRainbow Featured By Owner Aug 13, 2005
Once again, your work never fails to inspire awe in me. I oftentimes wish I had a sliver of your talent... *sighs and goes off to piddle around with some of her own artwork*
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JasonRoll Featured By Owner Aug 13, 2005  Professional Digital Artist
Very nice!
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McMuffinLovin Featured By Owner Aug 12, 2005  Professional Photographer
amazing work of art. my friend, you've done it again
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trinity-77 Featured By Owner Aug 12, 2005
:jawdrop: :faint:

I dunno how you do that thing you do when you do those things... but WOW!! The burst of light is absolutely amazing Arve. Very well done! :heart:
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lilpiggyluver Featured By Owner Aug 12, 2005  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Wow this is AWESOME!! I love the lightfulnessness!!!!
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willyb246 Featured By Owner Aug 12, 2005
Training? Your space pics always have that certain element,
that unexplicable..... something! Guess that`s why your art
is truly an art. No pretense. Great piece, man. :+fav:
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tigaer Featured By Owner Aug 12, 2005  Professional Digital Artist
amazing job my friend! though is see some layer edges here and there... dunno if that's intended... looks a bit weird, maybe you check that before you upload a possible print file. oh you already did... mh... check it anyway. when i see this one i must say you're on the best way to become one of the best space artists here on DA.
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Mr-Frenzy Featured By Owner Aug 12, 2005  Professional Digital Artist
aye, i see now that some of the background radiation coming from the nebula has a strait line. Its actually not layeredges, but it definately looks like it now that you mention it. Thanks alot for taking you time to inspect it bro. As allways, bottom honest and indeed valuable critics from you bro :hug: Thanks :boogie:
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no-shorty Featured By Owner Aug 12, 2005
Great one bro.
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Shinigamideathgirl Featured By Owner Aug 11, 2005
Your space pictures are just so cool!! I know I have about half of them already in my Fav's lol :D
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megachaos Featured By Owner Aug 11, 2005  Professional General Artist
sweetness :D i love the lens flare... and the "hole in the universe" look :D
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jadex41 Featured By Owner Aug 11, 2005
Very, very Good Work;)
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slayerjr Featured By Owner Aug 11, 2005
good god man, you make some of us feel ashamed to be artist lol, awsome peice
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fedtowolves Featured By Owner Aug 11, 2005  Professional Digital Artist
Beautiful work, the red is a great touch! :)
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synergia Featured By Owner Aug 11, 2005  Hobbyist Photographer
makes me wanna go there :) I have dreamed about a place like that
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jusy Featured By Owner Aug 11, 2005   Traditional Artist
I LOVE the nebula! I could just stare at it for hours... and the textures are so good I feel like there are life forms flowing out of the nebula. It's fantastic! :w00t!:
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Krensada Featured By Owner Aug 11, 2005  Professional Digital Artist
wow. thats all i can say....wow...
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alas Featured By Owner Aug 11, 2005
Heeeey, this pic turned out great!! My favorite part would have to be the lava-planet (hehe, I told you I liked this from the start), but also the swirly clouds and mist around the nebula. The big planet looks somehow flat(?) and a little blurry, but you know me, always picky! You also know there is no way I could make something like this myself :D
I would love to see a larger lava-planet one day ;)

All in all, great picture!
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break-fast Featured By Owner Aug 11, 2005
Awsome work, this is really good.
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thegoatmilkguy Featured By Owner Aug 10, 2005
Great job! I love the nebula thing that divides the two halves.
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froggerlotr Featured By Owner Aug 10, 2005
I'm not quite sure how you made those colors work together, but you pulled it off.

Beautiful nebula--lots of depth...like a heavenly fissure or something.

The planets are well-done, as well...the smaller one reminds me of volcanic planet in Star Wars EpIII...can't think of the name to save my life...

The larger one might be slightly over-sharpened in some areas; it contrasts with the blurriness of the middle of the nebula, creating a kind of inconsistency...

Ooh, and the star...I normally think huge stars like that are overused, but here, it works.
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MMM-AJ Featured By Owner Aug 10, 2005  Hobbyist Photographer
Damn nice one Frenz! The textures on the planets are amazing as usual, and the space clouds are totally ass-kickin. Have you considered making some tutorials on how to get some of these effects?
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Mr-Frenzy Featured By Owner Aug 10, 2005  Professional Digital Artist
aye, i've toyed with the idea of making a tutorial on how to create some textures for usage on planets. im not sure when i'll start to work on it though, because at the moment i'm kinda bursting with loads of ideas that i wanna get out hehe :lol: Thanks for the allways so nice comment bro :glomp:
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MMM-AJ Featured By Owner Aug 11, 2005  Hobbyist Photographer
Hey no problem dude! I'll be one of the first to give the tut a whirl when you make it! ;)
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zeroviper20 Featured By Owner Aug 10, 2005   Digital Artist
amzinggggg...
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SpottedJaguar Featured By Owner Aug 10, 2005
Wow! That's an awesome picture. n.n I lurves these kind of spacescapes you do.
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re-start Featured By Owner Aug 10, 2005
Sick stuff my friend! That is grade A brushing right there :)
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Mr-Frenzy Featured By Owner Aug 10, 2005  Professional Digital Artist
:hug:
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PMW Featured By Owner Aug 10, 2005
WOWWWWW
what can i say about this one:O
damn you are good brada :D

big respect ;)
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Ebae Featured By Owner Aug 10, 2005
I love the nebula that streaks across the picture! The light really stands out from the rest of the pic! I think my favorite planet is the lava planet. ^^
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Formor Featured By Owner Aug 10, 2005
Always amazing, Arve! :D :D
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Mr-Frenzy Featured By Owner Aug 10, 2005  Professional Digital Artist
:glomp:
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samouraidesigns Featured By Owner Sep 5, 2005
yeah really this stuff is crazy. i really wish you would make a tutorial for your nebulas and galaxies. youve a skills that make people look terrible hehe. well good job.
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Mr-Frenzy Featured By Owner Sep 5, 2005  Professional Digital Artist
hehe, thanks alot :) you honor me :hug:
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Schwig Featured By Owner Aug 10, 2005  Hobbyist General Artist
sweet, how d'you make that coo lighting effect with the planet & sun?
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Mr-Frenzy Featured By Owner Aug 10, 2005  Professional Digital Artist
You make a lensflare, set the layerstyle to linear dodge, ctrl T to transform and squeese the flare until its real narrow and thin. Then just duplicate the layer, rotate it 45 degrees, merge the layers. Reset the layerstyle to linear dodge and use the dodgetool to brighten up the inner of the flaresenter. Then use the dodgetool on the planet and the original sun(lensflare) voila :D hope its answer to your question :) Ps: remember to set the layer with the flares over the planetlayer :)
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Schwig Featured By Owner Aug 11, 2005  Hobbyist General Artist
wow, about a month ago i would've had no idea what you just said....but yeah it does help...now i just need to know everything else =P
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NguyenDynasty Featured By Owner Aug 10, 2005
Nice... good job
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ArtisticLicenseNow Featured By Owner Aug 10, 2005  Hobbyist Digital Artist
ok better than the last one cuz it's all natural, wonderful work! :wow:
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yulii Featured By Owner Aug 10, 2005
this makes a good wall..and the image look like a land far far away about to face disaster...i mean like explosion :P...its a killer piece ya put together mr frenzy...darn look soo real yess..awesome job!!!
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