It's an easy understanding. It's all about timing and delivery.
I was quoted once as saying that "Good art is controvery, collaboration, and communication, combined. You have to leave even the most calloused and jaded onlooker with something to talk about. Because in discussion, education is borne... And the very act of education furthers art."
In my "work," I don't really care if you hate my vision. As long as you talk about it, I've achieved my goal. I'm just "an asshole (pardon Moi) with thick skin," after all...
Your work is visionary and captivating. Educating. And enriching.
Oh my god !! This is unbelieveable! You could sell this to some astronomy book ! Really nice idea to put the information in the pic, makes this even more incredible! Really really really really awsome work m8! Keep up the g-o-o-d work!
Magnificent peice! Very well done and thought-through. And a perfect wall for my machine! (domain: jupiter, machine: Metis). I love the overall style you've used, the colors and scans are beautiful, and the educational information is great, not to mention the planetary statistics.
Nicely done hameed, but being a gas giant and having barely visible rings I think maybe it could have been better to see a more close up image, great use of textures on both Jupiter and IO. Although IO seems a little pixcelated in the dark halo underneath.
the detail on this is amazing, as with the entire series. however, i'm curious why you left out any mythological references on this sheet. that's just my thing though... this entire series is gorgeous. i am extremely jealous of your skill.
nothing to dislike, except that jupiter doesnt seem like the subject here, but thats just me, its no big deal.
information is interesting as well, you have taken wallpapers a step beyond visuals
Jupiter, oh grand giant of our solar system. The first time I read about the red storm, my jaw literally dropped, as it was so incredible to know that it was so big. Really scary, but fascinating at the same time. I think many scientist would give anything to know the origin of this amazing phenomenon.
One of your best sheets so far. I'm still amazed by your work, if you didn't notice it yet.