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Conquer by DemosthenesVoice Conquer by DemosthenesVoice
This is for all the pioneers in the world. The world is ours, and its time to take it.

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82keiko Featured By Owner Nov 28, 2010
i like it very much, it's really you and i mean good as always but i don't know i'm missing a bit of mystery in it, maybe like something bright or a star or something missing in the air/galaxy i guess or never mind, i don't know what i'm talking about i just have a feeling of there's missing something but like the concept and text and the 'feeling' you're creating :)
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silverspire29 Featured By Owner Jan 16, 2010
The glowing flag is a very nice effect.
Good job on this!
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DemosthenesVoice Featured By Owner May 27, 2010
thank you! :D
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herr-garrett Featured By Owner Dec 18, 2009
Conquering and pioneering is not the same. Besides, the world isn't ours. Who did ever say it was ours?
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ClusterInfinity Featured By Owner Dec 18, 2009
Exactly, or else the message would be redundant : P

An individual who sits idly will never captivate the world, it takes someone with the drive and will to step pass the boundaries of what is normal and accepted.

I'm not certain, but to say, "the world is ours" refers to having a profound impact on society to an extent where you have more control over it then the average person. I think it's just a figure of speech. lol

Just some thoughts.
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herr-garrett Featured By Owner Dec 18, 2009
Yes, to boldly go... But again, going and conquering is not the same at all.

I don't know about "the world is ours" and your society-hypothesis... It might be just a figure of speech, but it's a stupid figure of speech. Besides, it's not as if society was all there is.
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ClusterInfinity Featured By Owner Dec 18, 2009
Well, society is all that is reachable. Sure there is the earth, our solar system, etc to conquor, but many, if not everyone, are not in any position to conquor them.
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herr-garrett Featured By Owner Dec 19, 2009
Oh, no, not at all. I assure you, there are the infinities in our minds that we can conquer. And those are the only, er, places? Anyway, places, which we do have the right to assail and dominate.
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reddeath-689 Featured By Owner Dec 17, 2009
i dont like the snow or the flag. looks pretty good other than that though. but then again im pretty messed up on pain killers right now...
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priteeboy Featured By Owner Dec 16, 2009  Hobbyist Digital Artist
The snow is added in really well :snowing: for such a cold, dark scene it sure sends out a very optimistic message :winner:
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Theryn Featured By Owner Dec 16, 2009
Looks sweet, dude! Love the sky, as always. Not too sure how to feel about the flag, though. It's much to big, and looks completely separate from the mountain. I think you could achieve the same effect with a *much* smaller flag, almost like a little detail on top of the mountain peak. Also, I think the mood could really be amplified if you added some atmosphere around the mountain. The sky, the flag, and the mountain are all really good, but as they are now they don't fit together well.

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Baz135 Featured By Owner Dec 16, 2009  Hobbyist Photographer
Well not really giant but the bigger snowflakes.
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Baz135 Featured By Owner Dec 16, 2009  Hobbyist Photographer
Look sweet. The giant balls of snow look a bit odd though.
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Naetholix Featured By Owner Dec 16, 2009  Hobbyist General Artist
Dude, you do awesome work and you never fail to impress me.

The only thing I can really attempt to criticise about this pic is the fact that you can easily tell that the mountain was taken out of a photo and placed into this canvas. I'm not a photomanipulator, but I think there should be some method of adjusting the contrast and adding a little brushed-in shading here and there to try and make it "fit in" a little better. Or maybe it's the background that needs to be adjusted to fit the foreground, I don't know. You know what I mean though. =P

I didn't post this as a critique because I don't really know enough about this genre of art and its production to call it a "critique." It's more a suggestion via opinion of the viewer.
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