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Worlds Factory by neverdying

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Let me start be saying that this reminded me of a movie poster. I really enjoyed the way the central structure is lit from within and how the dawn, dusk and structure work to support the World in the center. It reminded me of the Halo video games and believe it or not some of the description from Douglas Adams Hitchhikers Guide. Which is the main thing that comes to mind when I thing of the title Worlds Factory.

In another part it looks like a ornament on a God's workbench - though that is a gross simplification on my part to capture the almost casual nature of a World atop a civilization awing mega-structure.

While the eye is certainly drawn to the centerpiece, the background should not be neglected, as this presents a really nice contrast between the dawn and dusk - a excellent choice to support the piece and title and the creation of a world.

While the vision and originality of the piece is superb there is a slight jarring in the way the bottom and top halves of the piece fit together - I thought the starscape on the top right felt out of place or not fully blended in. Not sure if that it is simply the way I am looking at it, or a technical issue here :)

The impact and overall quality of the piece is high, and as I said previously would not look out of place on a movie poster.
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neverdying Featured By Owner Jan 10, 2013  Professional Digital Artist
Thanks a lot for the great critique. Yeah others mentionned Hitchiker's Guide to the Galaxy before, while I never read the book of see the movie, I am now very interested to see what this is. :) Not sure about what you said at the top right though :shrug: Anyway thanks again.
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givenvalueoftrue Featured By Owner Feb 26, 2013  Hobbyist Photographer
No worries :) The book is definitely worth the read - the humour is fantastic!

Heheh,to be honest, it was long enough ago that I can't remember what I meant. It is a very nice piece of work still.
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