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"Revisit please :)"
Majesty is one of my personal favorites to this day. It's just an absolutely gorgeous piece, with rich bold colors that combines the elements of Planets/sky, Landscape, and water as all your best pieces do. It was beautiful pieces like this that drew me to digital blasphemy in the first place. And this piece was rendered a few years ago. Now with the current softwares you have at your disposal, I'd be exceptionally curious to see how you could reinvent this one in even more beautiful and creative ways.

Just a personal request, please look into revisiting Majesty and recaptivating those wonderful colors and elements in the way only you can. :)

January 26, 2009

"Majesty / Trinity2k"
Majesty (looks alot like Trinity2k) is one of my favorites - I really hope we see an update of this classic!

No matter what, i always seem to use this one as my background when everything else seems boring!. This one has a firm grip on my imagination!

July 20, 2008

"Oh My Majesty!"
Ryan, you did this picture some time ago, would love to see an update of this. This picture has got so much going on, the colours are dark and rich it all ads to its beauty!. I think this picture didnt get good ratings because its from 2003, and not enough people voted for it. PLEASE do a updated version and blow us away!

October 16, 2007

"A Personal Favorite"
This is one of my personal favorites of your work Ryan. The purple ambience makes the title very fitting, and the variation of cosmic bodies facilitates a new visual discovery with every glance.

October 17, 2006

Jamie N.
"Too busy"
Has a lot of potential, but there's just too much going on here. Which is a shame.

October 2, 2006

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