I'm big on science fiction space art. But when I saw this, It was breathtakingly outstanding especially the details of the space station. This concept looks like something from the 31st century which is amazing. I see a bunch Starcraft references and mechanics. The details you put into the space station and little starfighter jets are pretty well done and would be perfect for another StarCraft game. You even made space itself look graphically beautiful with deep ambience. That's one of things, I love sci-fi art with deep ambience. I really wish I could do something like this. The creation is outstanding, I love it, you are an amazing artist, and keep up the good work. I would really love to see some more like this.
Not much constructive to say, just a note. That is, I look at a lot of concept work that I like. And I sometimes comment that I do, for various reasons. Here though, I don't often say wow. This is just a wow. The execution, rendering, depiction, presentation.... whatever term you will, it really conveys the scene. Skills, would be the term. And the design and details. Impressive.
I especially like how you got all the ship and window lights to register to scale, in rows. I'm sure they can be done in blocks, but it looks like it would be a big project in organization. I'm still trying to figure that out. Anyway, very neat. I'll have to check out the game. Later.
It's interesting how the picture seems to mess up the viewer's sense of scale (at least, that's what happened to me) and that way brings out the massive size of the station. Also, that big center tower caught my interest: I can't help but think that there's a huge clock on its wall. : )
The station is 4km wide (2.5 miles) i.imgur.com/JUp0IIG.jpg . Yeah it's hard to demonstrate the size in this picture considering that the ship flying in at the top is around 600m and that's about the size of a skyscraper. If there where people in the picture for scale the would be tiny little dots.
This might just be my favourite SF image of all time. I love the way you've made the space station feel so alive and vibrant. Too often these sorts of 'spacescapes' feel kind of soulless and encapsulated. This looks populated, bustling even.