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Monday, September 03, 2007

Andrew C. Stewart New Space Art

Andrew C. Stewart is a British freelance artist and illustrator that specializes in the space art, astronomy, science fiction and fantasy art. A small collection of his work have been posted here. Now I am glad to present to you the new website of the artist. There you will find his new space art and other beautiful works. Below are a few examples of his paintings.

Note: All artwork and images copyright © Andrew C. Stewart. Please do not use images without the permission of the artist.

Andrew Stewart Space Art: Light Wave

Light Wave.

Andrew Stewart Space Art: No More Oxygen.

No More Oxygen.

Andrew Stewart Space Art: Nucleic Acids

Nucleic Acids.

Andrew Stewart Space Art: Spiral


Andrew Stewart Space Art: Black Death

Black Death.

Andrew Stewart Space Art: Quantum


Andrew Stewart Space Art: Imagianry Time

Imagianry Time.

Link: Art by Andrew C. Stewart


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bob said...


those are some bobalicious pics.


Fibro Viv said...

Great gallery!

Have a great day!


K_tigress said...

Gorgeous to all the pics here.
I see some airbrushing but I know some of it has to be created in other unusual ways.

Astrona said...

Hi K_tigress, that's true. Well, what he says: "The airbrushes I use are Paasch V/VV and VJB, as they have a greater flexibility in the regulation of colour and air without work stoppage. A also use the Devilbiss - a lightweight gravity feed spray gun - suitable for big paintings. My favourite airbrush is the ABL Turbo; a specialised instrument for fine line detail work: the turbine rotates at up to 20,000 revs per minute, reciprocating the fine needle. It is ideal for achieving extremely fine lines with no over-spray and is therefore perfect for fine detail."

fihanna said...

xo xo;))

Unknown said...

Oh this is nice I love these pics

Bob Johnson said...

Very atmospheric art, nice

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MrWonderphul said...

Dude, this is exactly the type of artwork that I was looking for for years!

I am in love with artist illustrations of what it is like to be floating around in the atmosphere of gas giants. I find that such illustrations are ignored because people assume: "No solid surface, oh then there's nothing to see here!"