|16 Oct 2006|| -_@ng3|u$_-|
I relly loves the light :0...and the clean feeling. Sooo nice
|21 Feb 2007|| Em Beslar|
Sad and beautiful and very breathtaking... Wow! The crash seems very tragic but put next to that planet and that beautiful sky that takes up half the page... balances it out? Shows us the bigger picture? More than literally? Congradulations, this is amazing.
|27 Sep 2007|| Aeschylus|
Wow. That looks great. I'm no expert on xenogeology, but that planet looks scary. There must be a lot of liquid in the crust to form those stalagmites. The cooling and heating of day to night would make the ground relatively unstable. So would the gravitational pull of that nearby planet/moon. And the occasional piece of debris from the rings would hit (this planet is probably a piece of that debris even?) and shatter the landscape. Maybe ice form the rings contributes to the liquid? Whatever - that would be a horrible place to crash. Treacherous to climb over, too.
|19 Dec 2007|| Janet Rose Hallowell|
I'm in awe! Seriously, this is the most beautiful drawing I've ever seen.I really can't think of any thing to say about how wonderful it is.But it's absolutely beautiful.
|19 Aug 2008|| Jess L Rhapsodos|
This is beautiful. Other than Venus, Saturn is my favorite planet. Totally favoriting this.
|27 Aug 2010|| Holly 'Cupid' Fiore|
So beautiful! Wonderful job!
|2 Sep 2010|| Elisa Ullien|Wish our sky would look that beautiful.