The Astronomer

"The Astronomer"

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8.23/10 rating (588 votes)

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"Adding my vote for a dual-monitor version! 16:9 please."
Very dramatic contrast between the simple, serene foreground and the bright almost explosive background. I hope you go back and generate dual-monitor versions for the top-10s that don't have them.

Chris S
Wed May 15, 2013 at 6:08 pm
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Tropical Moon

"Tropical Moon "

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8.60/10 rating (1052 votes)

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"8"
This was the very first image I saw from digital blasphemy. I've been a fan ever since. You do great work Ryan and I'm glad to support your work.

Jese
Thu September 26, 2013 at 2:32 pm
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Outpost

"Outpost"

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6.95/10 rating (396 votes)

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"another render size"
this is one of my long time favorites, would love to have this rendered for triple screen 1080

Brad
Sun October 2, 2011 at 6:29 pm
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Cosmos

"Cosmos"


8.38/10 rating (947 votes)

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"Stunning"
Simply stunning. My only wish is that the dual-screen render had the same morose/pensive/isolated feeling as the single screen. The planet and dust cloud should fill a screen, with a spacescape that fades from multi-hued to a simple black replete with stars.



Something about the additional satellites and having the planet straddle the divide between screens ruins the feeling for me. It's like the planet has lost its grandeur, maybe? It's very hard to describe.

Eirik
Tue January 24, 2012 at 3:12 pm
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Crucible

"Crucible"

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8.23/10 rating (917 votes)

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"Fires of Creation"
I downloaded the "lava" version all those years ago. For me, that version *is* "Crucible". In contrast to the view of this as a world being destroyed, to me it shows new planets forming from the matter circling their sun, their crusts so thin that the lava of their mantles still peeks through. That's more in tune with the title too, I think. Earth in the "Hadean" epoch was like this; give this one a few billion years and it could be as lush as our own world.

Romarch
Sun August 10, 2014 at 4:54 pm
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Planitia

"Planitia"


7.99/10 rating (891 votes)

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"Yeah..."
I was just clicking the random button, and this one came up and it instantly reminded me of it because of the conversation I had about the books the other night.

David
Tue March 6, 2012 at 2:08 pm
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