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Cataclysm by sirgerg Cataclysm by sirgerg
Created in Adobe Photoshop

EDIT: Updated February 2014
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Cataclysm III by *sirgerg was, still is and will be an inspiration in the future as well. After more than three years the quality still is top notch. Make sure not to miss the gallery of one of digital space art's founding fathers.

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RedNosE2 Jul 29, 2011  Hobbyist Photographer
Very nice
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Demanksin Jul 29, 2011   Photographer
Looks like an illustration for Trier's "Melancolia"

[link]
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RizarLogic Feb 26, 2011
In destruction, beauty!

Added -
Varieties of SF Experience | [link]
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Kazansky Sep 5, 2010  Hobbyist Photographer
nice revisitation to old memories for me. there is nothing much to say master.
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steve-burg Sep 4, 2010  Professional Filmographer
Wow! That's really an emergency situation :lol: !

Beautiful color on the impact point - I imagine this is a moment frozen in time - before the total destruction that is about to occur :)
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edumicro Sep 3, 2010  Professional Interface Designer
Scientifically talking this is all wrong. The gravity of the two planets would make them wider and at this moment the smaller would ahve bigger fences. But anyway, this looks great! Art doesn't need to be scientific acurate. :P
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sirgerg Sep 3, 2010  Professional Interface Designer
I'm not sure what you're talking about, but I agree it's pretty off. This was painted before I started taking the science aspect of my work seriously.
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edumicro Sep 3, 2010  Professional Interface Designer
Hehe. :D When two big objects in other space like thouse planets with similar masses, they're gravity will push the surface each one of them to oposite sides. And the part of the planet that is in front of the other planet will start being "atracted" by the gravity of the other planet. In your artwork piece the two planets are perfect spheres.

You can see in this picture... [link]

The bigger planet is deformed.

But anyway this looks awesome as I said. Brilliant work! :D
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eXic-cuTe Jan 24, 2010
JUST ART !!! Beutiful
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eric-taylor Jan 23, 2010  Professional Photographer
You should be doing the artwork for EVE online
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