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Armada II

"Armada II"


3.94/10 rating (32 votes)


Latest Member Comment:


"Yeah"
I agree.

Hugo
Fri May 7, 2010 at 2:53 am
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Class M

"Class M"


6.00/10 rating (133 votes)


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"First!"
was it your first? I bet you had fun

Ceneezer

Fri September 4, 2015 at 10:30 pm
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Chance Encounter

"Chance Encounter"


5.13/10 rating (45 votes)


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"1997 is awesome"
a remake of 1997 wallpapers would be so cool there all the best who knows what they would look like today

Just an idea

ED
Sun May 27, 2012 at 3:06 pm
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Scape

"Scape"


3.74/10 rating (35 votes)


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"Takes me back"
Many of these images take me back to when I was in High School in the mid 1990's. A time when I had just enough knowledge of computers to be mystified as to what was graphically possible. Images such as this remind me of that DOS era and exploring what my friends had on their PC, various software and games available at the mall, and wandering BBS's late at night with my modem. I would not ask for a remake, but would love to see many of these re-rendered in a larger resolution. Do you still have original data for old images such as this? Is re-rendering even possible? My old DOS era PC would look great with some higher resolution versions of the 1997 gallery.

Kreg

Sun May 1, 2016 at 0:24 am
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Dark World

"Dark World"


5.11/10 rating (38 votes)


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"These things exist!"
I learned recently that there is such a thing as a planet without an orbit. Depending on how it was formed, it could be a protostar that never became massive enough to fire up the typical heat- and light-producing reactions, or a castoff from a new star's protoplanetary disc. The first kind are "sub-brown dwarves", the second sometimes called "rogue planets".



I've loved this image for years; this one and "The Brink" (also an early work) just make me 'hear' and 'feel' the silence of things drifting in the aftermath of a wordless creation... And then I found out they're real. Ryan, either you're more smarter than me (not hard to do) or you've made some outrageously good guesses!

Romarch
Wed July 2, 2014 at 2:11 pm
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Gaia

"Gaia"


4.78/10 rating (58 votes)


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"This is it."
This is THE picture. I have it on all my desktops, on my mobile, palm, camera, everywhere where you can put a wallpaper. one could say after so many years this picture starts to be boring. i can't say so. this is what i see when i look out of my window. thank you for that.

Valwit
March 7, 2008
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Star Patrol II

"Star Patrol II"


4.96/10 rating (47 votes)


Latest Member Comment:


"The Gardener"
I love this wallpaper. It is soothing and reflects how I see my job as a counselor-taking someones empty space and helping them to cultivate that into something wonderful. The clarity and colors are beautiful. This wallpaper is peaceful and makes me want to find a place in the real world like it to escape to.

Rachel
December 19, 2006
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Galaxy

"Galaxy"


4.00/10 rating (33 votes)


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"@Romarch"
I've never created works specifically to be used as album art, but quite a few have been used as such. This one actually won an award for best album art!

Ryan

Tue June 24, 2014 at 11:12 pm
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Pulsar

"Pulsar"


4.13/10 rating (31 votes)


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"2560x1600 please"
Really like this one but it doesn't come in my native resolution.

nuggetz
November 21, 2007
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Space Vista II

"Space Vista II"


5.61/10 rating (139 votes)


Latest Member Comment:


"Space Vista II "
Always loved this one as my background back in the '90's. Would LOVE to see it updated and redone for all size monitors.

M1B0

Sun March 6, 2016 at 10:40 am
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Gas Giant

"Gas Giant"


4.56/10 rating (32 votes)


Latest Member Comment:


"Interiors"
Ryan,

Would really enjoy seeing more interiors like this one. Makes you wonder what's around the corner.

Tim
Sat May 7, 2011 at 9:27 am
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Treasure

"Treasure"


4.46/10 rating (28 votes)


Latest Member Comment:


"6"
simple but enticing, not to distracting but somewhat mesmerizing.

cvb66
Mon March 3, 2014 at 11:56 pm
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Armada I

"Armada I"


3.85/10 rating (27 votes)


Latest Member Comment:


"lol"
All these old pictures make me realise we haven't had a space ship one from you for a long time :P I wonder how would it look today and how you would do it

Alex H
Sat March 19, 2011 at 3:25 am
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Enclosure

"Enclosure"


4.75/10 rating (57 votes)


Latest Member Comment:


"Interesting"
it's always interesting to go back through the archives and find that a DB Piece I've come to love was actually inspired by a much much earlier version. It shows how much Ryan has learned and improved over the years (Although he'd probably testify to the advancement of technology :P )

Alex H
Wed January 19, 2011 at 3:46 pm
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