I do quite like what you've done with the planet - though it's a bit romanticized, don't you think? Kind of glowing and ethereal and...I guess it reminds me of a "Wish you were here" postcard. ...Now that I think of it, that would be a wittier title than "home sweet home".
Then again, I'm not saying the 'romanticized' thing is at all bad. Like I said, I like it.
However, the end image, with the scan lines and the text through it is a little cheesy. It's like those posters you see hanging up in office cubicles with words like "success" under them. Kind of cartoonish even.
hi, thanks for the comment. Yes you are right the pic is romanticiezed. but i think that is the actuall thing that makes the image interesting and cinda different than the stuff i usually do. well maybe you noticed but there has been a lot of commenting on the scanlines and i have heard both sides so i devided to just leave it that way.
anyway there is cind of irony in the title of the pic, but thats what i wanted to do with the title. its cind of a contrast or maybe a little paradox.
nice to have heard from you
The texture really stands out in this picture Superb. Perhaps the planet would have some kind of shadown on it to be more realistic, but thats just me. lol and ya, the scanlines are a bit goofy the way they are. either keep them over the whole picture, or dont have any, dont kinda fade out
Very detailled texture.
Your stars are really nice and the text fits to the picture.
I don't like the scanlines in this way. You could make a news announcement or a report with a reporter in the foreground and leave the scanlines