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October 5, 2012
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Clensing Light by KennethJensen Clensing Light by KennethJensen
So, after a long break, i have finally finished my last picture. Clensing Light is my latest attempt with lighting as the main focus, as i to this day think it's one of my worst problems, alongside color and motive. Te reason this one have been in the works for so long is because of school and the fact that i have moved out to a place of my own. But now, i am at last finished with it, so i can focus on my next project. Again, i am so sorry for the lack of updates lately, and i will try to post something new quicker in the future.

The reason i am not releasing this picture as a full download is because there is alot of people that doesn't respect that i am the author, so i do not wish for sharing other than from here etc. So unless things change, it will not be anymore fullview releases from me.
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Nice artwork. nice choice of title, too. Sounds very...poetic.
KennethJensen Mar 21, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Thanks! I'm glad that you enjoyed it:)
Hey Kenneth,

too sad that there is no more fullview, but I agree with you totally.

I like the colore, the hot vs. cold theme and the reflections of the lens.
The only thing distracting me is the backround.
Lined up stars in a repeated zigzag pattern, I can see at least 3x the same curves, looking like a cardiogram: left and right up above the hot planet and up above the cold one.
I would like this picture even more with less stars.
Try this: close the eyes a little, then try to realize where Stars went "missing" and open your eyes again.
I would delete the "missing" stars.
Ok the picture would become a little darker, but it wouldn´t effect the main theme...I guess.

^^ greetings A.
KennethJensen Nov 6, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Hey Anne, so good to see you again. Now, i can see what you are talking about (kinda bugs me that i don't see these things before i post them, but something to work on i guess) But i made a mistake on this one, i aint going to deny that (got lazy is my guess)

But i will try to make notice on these things in the future. but once again, thanks Anne:)
Its good to see that someone remembers me ^^
you´ve done a good job, don´t go to hard on yourself. You´ve set a focus on the main theme, that was importatnt to you, I can see that. :}
WolfOfTheMoons Oct 9, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
This is extremely amazing!
KennethJensen Oct 10, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Thank you, glad you like it!
RhinoBlindado Oct 7, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Amazing. Oh and, what program did you use for the lens flare? I'm guessing Red Giant's Knoll Light Factory.
KennethJensen Oct 8, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
First of all, thank you. Second of all, i haven't used anything but photoshop for the lightsource. It's a single layer photoshop with a selection of adjustment layers, followed by another layer of light beams across. No external software, just photoshop:)
KennethJensen Oct 8, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
i meant a single layer within photoshop, not a single layer of photoshop xD
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