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NA Environment Concepts 2 by AdamBurn NA Environment Concepts 2 by AdamBurn
My recent task working on the MMORTS game Novus Aeterno, along with the rest of the art team, was to make space less boring. In reality its very empty and black so we have been working on some ideas to make it feel more dynamic and interesting the first of these concepts is already in my gallery called "Solar Winds" this 2 image sheet is one of many.

The first is a concept for a Pulsar, a very rare and very powerful spacial anomaly, you will be lucky, or unlucky, if you find one of these in the game but they are very pretty and very violent spinning at a billion billion RPM and rotating slightly firing huge gamma rays out of each pole as it spins. Also known as the lighthouses of space... Only vastly more dangerous.
The second is a concept for large Antimatter Rifts, similar in appearance to Aurora you find on Earth only huge and not very pleasant if you were to fly though it. These would be dotted around systems or in the backgrounds.

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(All graphics and information are copyright of novus aeterno LLC and Taitale Studios)
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timegate Featured By Owner Nov 1, 2011  Student Digital Artist
Both Gorgeous! I see how you might be able to create the aurora but how did you create the pulsar's sweeping rays of plasma?
Beautiful work!
AdamBurn Featured By Owner Nov 1, 2011  Professional Digital Artist
Thanks, well the arcs of energy were done using a mix of cloud brushes and flame fractals made using apophysis, makes cool sweeping patterns.
timegate Featured By Owner Nov 23, 2011  Student Digital Artist
Wow that is a really neat technique! Thanks for Sharing Phoenix! Keep up the awesome work!
myDeviArt Featured By Owner Oct 10, 2011
Hell yeah! Aurora in open space!
Demon-Captured Featured By Owner Oct 9, 2011
Truly a marvelous piece. Such brilliance and beauty will not doubt invoke interest into the wonders of space.
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