Another original digital work. It gives impression of a sub-terranian area with stalaktites and stalagmites. You have really made the contrast of the sharp edges visible, so some of the stones seems also like towers from a city.
This dark area competes with the light of the "world above", the sky. The stars are beautifully marked by crosses and points, falling into the dark contrast of the sub-terranian mountain range.
You seem to like blue colours as you have already applied them here in various shades - up to indigo - purple touch. It is a beautiful composition and it seems that you like the presentation of light penetrating the darkness. Great, keep up that gorgeous work
WOW. It's so amazing how much depth perception you have. It's like you've taken a photograph from the top of a mountain in some magical place, and you can see the hill sinking down into a glowing blue river or abyss. The picture is so real, like you could reach in and grab one of the towers. The clouds are so real...! And each of the stars are not the same size, which is something that a lot of realistic drawings overlook.
I absolutely love the color scheme used here. The pinks, purples, and extreme range of blues are absolutely beautiful together and you knew exactly where to blend and not to blend.
The highlighting and shadows are extremely impressive... how you knew exactly where to add lighter color to the outline is beyond me.
This is just absolutely beautiful and I don't have any idea how anybody else could disagree. Your imagination is so expansive and creative...! Your art, especially this one, makes me want to travel to some far away magical place and stay there. This is absolutely lovely, from the detailed wisps of the nebula to the sharp points on the towers. Absolutely beautiful. 10/10. 11/10. 100/10. Beautiful.
I'm not too art-literate so I'll leave the critiques to the pros, but I will say fascinating concept, at least the way I read it, as an ambiguity on what is land and what is sky, could be the pink is the more solid horizon with an ocean beneath, or a plasma descending into the air below, kinda like the whale thing in Fantasia 2000 where there's the water, then the air, but then the "air" breaks as if it were a liquid the whole time... definitely thought provoking :-|