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Space Transfer. 2013you will find a complete tutorial for this image in the next ImaginFx magazine from September 2013: http://beta.imaginefx.com/shop/magazine/september-2013

sparth:

Space Transfer. 2013

you will find a complete tutorial for this image in the next ImaginFx magazine from September 2013: http://beta.imaginefx.com/shop/magazine/september-2013

Posted 8 months ago by thecosmonaut.
+ Ring Around The White Dwarf by Mark A. Garlick

Ring Around The White Dwarf by Mark A. Garlick

Posted 8 months ago by thecosmonaut.
Posted 8 months ago by thecosmonaut.
+ The 12th Doctor is In
It looks like the wait is over, friends. After today’s live broadcast, the BBC has finally confirmed that Peter Capaldi will play the Doctor’s twelfth regeneration, even though he is, regrettably, not a ginger.
Capaldi is no stranger to Doctor Who. Not only is he a self-proclaimed fan, having written letters about Doctor Who to the news broadcast Radio Times in his youth, but he has also made a previous appearance on the show as Caecilius in season four’s “The Fires of Pompeii”.
Jenna Louise-Coleman will stay on as the ever-engaging Clara, helping to gently ease fans into the newest season. I, for one, am highly intrigued to see what kind of direction the show will take once our newest Doctor encounters the barrage of obstacles that the universe has in store for him.
Now, I’ve already seen quite a few complaints cropping up about his age, and honestly, friends, that depresses me. While it’s true that Capaldi is the oldest actor to portray the Doctor since William Hartnell, I see no reason why he couldn’t take up the reigns and truly make the role his own, regardless of how old he is. Might I mentioned that far fewer complaints were cast when Matt Smith became the 11th incarnation at age 27, making him the youngest actor to ever accept the role? Regardless, I think it’s high time that fans took a step back from their misconceived perceptions and accepted the fact that we won’t know a thing about the 12th Doctor until we see him in action, whenever that may be.
Independent of all criticisms and praise, Capaldi is, more than anything, completely beside himself with joy. “Being asked to play the Doctor is an amazing privilege,” he said. “Like the Doctor himself I find myself in a state of utter terror and delight. I can’t wait to get started.”
Truly, I think my favorite part of this entire announcement is the way in which Capaldi first learned that he had received the role. He’d been shooting in Prague, filming the BBC’s Three Muskateers, and missed the original call informing him that he’d gotten the part. Finally, an assistant was able to deliver the good news to him, and the first thing she said was: “Hello, Doctor.”

The 12th Doctor is In

It looks like the wait is over, friends. After today’s live broadcast, the BBC has finally confirmed that Peter Capaldi will play the Doctor’s twelfth regeneration, even though he is, regrettably, not a ginger.

Capaldi is no stranger to Doctor Who. Not only is he a self-proclaimed fan, having written letters about Doctor Who to the news broadcast Radio Times in his youth, but he has also made a previous appearance on the show as Caecilius in season four’s “The Fires of Pompeii”.

Jenna Louise-Coleman will stay on as the ever-engaging Clara, helping to gently ease fans into the newest season. I, for one, am highly intrigued to see what kind of direction the show will take once our newest Doctor encounters the barrage of obstacles that the universe has in store for him.

Now, I’ve already seen quite a few complaints cropping up about his age, and honestly, friends, that depresses me. While it’s true that Capaldi is the oldest actor to portray the Doctor since William Hartnell, I see no reason why he couldn’t take up the reigns and truly make the role his own, regardless of how old he is. Might I mentioned that far fewer complaints were cast when Matt Smith became the 11th incarnation at age 27, making him the youngest actor to ever accept the role? Regardless, I think it’s high time that fans took a step back from their misconceived perceptions and accepted the fact that we won’t know a thing about the 12th Doctor until we see him in action, whenever that may be.

Independent of all criticisms and praise, Capaldi is, more than anything, completely beside himself with joy. “Being asked to play the Doctor is an amazing privilege,” he said. “Like the Doctor himself I find myself in a state of utter terror and delight. I can’t wait to get started.”

Truly, I think my favorite part of this entire announcement is the way in which Capaldi first learned that he had received the role. He’d been shooting in Prague, filming the BBC’s Three Muskateers, and missed the original call informing him that he’d gotten the part. Finally, an assistant was able to deliver the good news to him, and the first thing she said was: “Hello, Doctor.”

+ theredherb:

Under Fire by Drake Tsui

theredherb:

Under Fire by Drake Tsui

The stories tell of a Golden Age, long ago, when our civilizations spanned the system…

Posted 8 months ago by thecosmonaut.

xombiedirge:

Pacific Rim Concept Art by Hugo Martin

Posted 8 months ago by thecosmonaut.
+ Brian Sum

Brian Sum

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 CloudMan2 by Dan Burgess

 CloudMan2 by Dan Burgess

Posted 9 months ago by thecosmonaut.
+ Monolith by Adrian Mark Gillespie

Monolith by Adrian Mark Gillespie

+ 
 “Our duty as soldiers, is to protect humanity— Whatever the cost..”

“Our duty as soldiers, is to protect humanity— Whatever the cost..”

Posted 9 months ago by thecosmonaut.
First Poster for Gareth Edwards’ Godzilla Revealed
Hitting the web just a few days shy of it’s intended SDCC reveal, the poster for Gareth Edwards’ highly anticipated Godzilla reboot has launched to a wave of mixed reviews. Many fans are clamoring in excitement, but the poster has also met with quite a few complaints.
Naysayers are shaking their heads at the very idea of a reboot to the previously established Godzilla franchise, which hasn’t seen much in the way of activity since the abysmal ‘98 rehash, but it seems that the rising tide of supporters heavily outweighs the dismissive comments fired at the promising blockbuster.
The director has promised to release a slew of new information regarding the film at this weekend’s San Diego Comic-Con. Cross your fingers for a full-length trailer, friends, and stay tuned for more information as it’s released.

First Poster for Gareth Edwards’ Godzilla Revealed

Hitting the web just a few days shy of it’s intended SDCC reveal, the poster for Gareth Edwards’ highly anticipated Godzilla reboot has launched to a wave of mixed reviews. Many fans are clamoring in excitement, but the poster has also met with quite a few complaints.

Naysayers are shaking their heads at the very idea of a reboot to the previously established Godzilla franchise, which hasn’t seen much in the way of activity since the abysmal ‘98 rehash, but it seems that the rising tide of supporters heavily outweighs the dismissive comments fired at the promising blockbuster.

The director has promised to release a slew of new information regarding the film at this weekend’s San Diego Comic-Con. Cross your fingers for a full-length trailer, friends, and stay tuned for more information as it’s released.

+ geeksngamers:

Attack on the Death Star - by Billy Sagulo

geeksngamers:

Attack on the Death Star - by Billy Sagulo

Posted 9 months ago by thecosmonaut.

Destiny’s Guardians - Hunter, Titan, Warlock

Posted 9 months ago by thecosmonaut.

The Latest Photos from Pacific Rim