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Glowing Spear of Destiny - Exclusive Premade Stock by somadjinn Glowing Spear of Destiny - Exclusive Premade Stock by somadjinn
Photomanipulation combining a long exposure night photo of the City of Arts & Sciences and a stone grunge texture.

Special thanks to Eve Livesey :iconevelivesey: for taking the photo and Sascha / Sirius-sdz :iconsirius-sdz: for creating the texture =D

You can download the same image without watermark directly on my website for free stock photos: freestock.ca/photomanipulation…

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Lormet-Images Featured By Owner Mar 9, 2014  Professional Interface Designer
OMG! This is fantastic, so very Sci-Fi! :)
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somadjinn Featured By Owner Mar 9, 2014  Professional Photographer
Thank you Lori :hug: Sci-fi actually one of my very bestest favorite genres, always continues to fuel the inner child in me at warp speed! =p
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Lormet-Images Featured By Owner Mar 11, 2014  Professional Interface Designer
That is wonderful to hear! I am a huge Sci-fi fan! I look forward to seeing anything else you upload in the near future regarding this genre. :)
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somadjinn Featured By Owner Mar 11, 2014  Professional Photographer
Most everything scifi is copyrighted unfortunately, so I don't get to post much of it unless it's a happy accident like this. Or a premade using free images from spacetelescope.org, I LOVE that site =D They let you use most their images free just as long as you credit & notify them.

Sci-fi has done a lot otherwise to shape the way I think in many other areas. I find it fascinating how a good story can take you outside of this world only to realize in the end the deep issues this world faces. All that despite a certain detachment I try to keep from politics or activism, where sci-fi has helped me to appreciate and explore areas of abstraction, conceptualization, or just mixing things up :)
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Lormet-Images Featured By Owner Mar 12, 2014  Professional Interface Designer
I read a lot of Sci-fi novels, it is my form of escape when problems in my life seem to be mounting. I am sad that you can't post more of your Sci-fi work due to copyright issues.
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somadjinn Featured By Owner Mar 12, 2014  Professional Photographer
Hehe, most of what I did that's scifi related can be seen here or on my website... just that I'm extremely cautious about involving any imagery that might allude to popular scifi franchises, or anything from the Air & Space museum here for example because it belongs to a major institution that tends to be very protective about their copyrights. Still a few gems to explore though, NASA and many other government agencies tend to be very generous with their image licenses :) Even the CIA last time I checked seems to offer super detailed maps in vector format that I like to use for texture blending among others
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Lormet-Images Featured By Owner Mar 12, 2014  Professional Interface Designer
Thanks for the info, I will have to check out the sites that you mentioned. :)
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somadjinn Featured By Owner Mar 12, 2014  Professional Photographer
Welcome Lori :) spacetelescope.org is affiliated with NASA, I find the former's website much easier to navigate with a convenient top 100 listing that you can even download as a monster ZIP file in one shot. The other is CIA World Factbook, along with a host of other government sites you could look up. A lot of what they offer is top notch work and captured with very expensive equipment in the case of NASA, but I think the reasoning is what's done on government time is funded by our tax dollars so it's their way of giving back. Great news for artists :)
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Neranella Featured By Owner Mar 7, 2014
:omg: Sacrément impressionnant.
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somadjinn Featured By Owner Mar 9, 2014  Professional Photographer
Merci beaucoup Sophie :hug:
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