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April 5, 2010
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Gran Plateau by javierocasio Gran Plateau by javierocasio
Started this wallpaper some months ago but never finished. I decided to do something like Final Fantasy XIII world. Now I want to create a bigger broken planet, more detailed. I think that one is going to be my next wallpaper. Enjoy :)

For the iPad version I included a wallpaper for the Lock Screen and another for the Home Screen, in case you think it is to bright for the Home Screen.

Wallpaper sizes:

Widescreen 16:10 (2560x1600, 1920x1200, 1680x1050, 1440x900, 1280x800)
Widescreen 16:9 (2560x1440, 1920x1080, 1280x720)
Fullscreen 4:3 (1600x1200, 1280x960, 1024x768, 800x600)
Fullscreen 5:4 (1280x1024)
iPhone version
iPad version
PSP version

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These wallpapers are free for personal use. Distributing these images commercially or with any intent for monetary gains is prohibited.

Copyright © 2010 StudioTwentyEight - All rights reserved.
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What is about a wide open field that just makes us marvel at the power of scale and nature. As we gaze upon the seamless ocean of green as it gently sways in the calm breezes around us as the vast blue sky hovers above us making it almost impossible to tell where the edge of the universe begins and ends. It really is an incredible idea isn't it. Gran Plateau by '-kol, shows us a stellar example of what such a scale could look like by giving a dream-like twist on it and making the idea seem fresh and new in our heads again.

To being with its the details that caught my eye from the beginning. The shattered planetoid floating in the air above the whole scene does an excellent job in shaping the whole area and giving its dream-like feeling to it. The vast landmass in the distance breaks the length of the plain and gives it more of an oasis feeling. Everything about the composition just feels alive and you almost wish you could just jump into it all. To feel the bright and warm sunlight on your face as you gaze upon the vast green grass ocean and marvel at the waterfall above the plateau as the broken planet gazes down as if its aware of the spectacle you yourself is absorbing around you. My only complaint to this specific piece is the fact that the stars could be just a bit more blurred. As sharp as they look, I think it would compliment the landscape a bit better if you were to add more blur and then add a lighten filter to it, to get the glowing effect out.

Even with that complaint, its still a compelling and excellent picture. Good work.
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Madiera Featured By Owner Oct 12, 2013
Frankly, I *like* the sharpness of the stars, but maybe that is just me, because when I look up - that is what I see. It gives the scene more reality in a fantasy base (grin). The grass looks real and soft, the clouds looks sharp, but fluffy, and the mountains have a permanence and rocky quality that exudes grandness. It looks alive and touchable. It reminds me very much of the Rocky Mountain foothills - except for the sky. That is what I love about this - what you can relate to, and what is surreal.

I have used this pic for a while on my desktop and it has impact when folks see it. What I like most is that has beauty for many generations, not just for the young, but for older peeps who remember when Isaac Asimov was new. It has multi - generational appeal that could make this a classic piece.
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BlackVibes Featured By Owner Jul 19, 2012
I find it pretty hard to believe that someone could even create such wallpaper. Great job!
ArtistWithoutName Featured By Owner May 28, 2012  Hobbyist Writer
Really amazing!!
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Teovanbuuren Featured By Owner Apr 2, 2012
OMGGG!!!! Brilliant!!! So many thanks!!!
MasterOfThePopsicles Featured By Owner Feb 27, 2012  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
kamalashraf Featured By Owner Feb 5, 2012
very beautiful
juanpcc Featured By Owner Sep 27, 2011
Hola javier, hace tiempo que vi tus wallpapers y me parece un trabajo genial, hace unos años aprendi a hacer panoramas stereograficos (planetas) a partir de fotos, luego de unos cuantos resultados, se me vino a la mente hacer algo parecido a los planetas del videojuego Mario galaxy, el punto es que he visto tus modificaciones y veo como les has dado un look como de dibujo, no se si me pudieras dar un cosejo sobre como hacerlo, los dibujas manualmente, pinceles?

[link] este es uno de los ultimos planetas que hice, pero hay grupos sobre el tema, saludos.
javierocasio Featured By Owner Oct 2, 2011  Professional Interface Designer
Los wallpapers de planetas son hechos en Photoshop. Esta es la forma en que yo los creo. [link] Puedes usar texturas para darle un look de dibujo.
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