International Space Art Network

Welcome to a place of vision and beauty. Welcome to the world of space art.

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International Association of Astronomical Artists

One of the best organizations for the space artist.

http://iaaa.org/index.html
 

Welcome to the International Space Art Network

Welcome to all who create or simply enjoy space art in all its forms. Amateur or pro, from the photo realistic panoramas of places or things not of this Earth, to the impressionistic visions evoked by the wonders of the heavens, all are encouraged to add photos of their work for others to see and comment on. Or simply have a discussions about art or space.

Please note that while we encourage a fairly broad interpretation of Space Art, off topic posts will be deleted.

International Space Art Network Membership Announcement

The people who run Ning have decided to charge a fee for their network space.
I started the International Space Art Network so that space artists and enthusiasts to have a place, on line, to show and comment on their work and it has become just that. We have almost 300 members now with over 3000 pieces of art posted, and many more people visit our network to look at the work. I think it's worth keeping and growing and I hope you do too. There is now a PayPal button at the bottom of the page should you choose to pay the nominal membership fee.

Spammers and scammers attacking this community

The number of scammers and scammers trying to get access to this site is getting higher than ever. I can trap most of them, but PLEASE help!

If you spot something dodgy, from people treating this like a dating site to adverts for irrelevant products, send me a private message and I will delete the offending material.

Thanks! Nick

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“Multiple Universes”

Posted by Theodore Petrakoglou on March 22, 2014 at 9:37am

Engineering Objectives for Whitehorse

Posted by Michael J Lawrence on March 11, 2014 at 8:45pm

Latest Activity

Paul Lloyd posted a photo

BIS Lunar Spaceship 'Falcon' on the Moon, 1952 (version 2)

trying a different angle. Might add a flagpole.
yesterday
Виктор Филиппский posted photos
yesterday
Paul Lloyd commented on Paul Lloyd's photo
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BIS Lunar Spaceship 'Falcon' on the Moon, 1952

"Is it the eye level, do you think? The BIS lander is much taller than the LEM, so I guess from eye level, really, you should be able to see the underneath of the descent stage. I placed the camera quite a bit above eye level because it looked odd…"
Tuesday
Nick Stevens commented on Paul Lloyd's photo
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BIS Lunar Spaceship 'Falcon' on the Moon, 1952

"It's difficult to be sure, but something looks a bit off on the perspective with this one to my eye..."
Tuesday
Paul Lloyd posted a photo

BIS Lunar Spaceship 'Falcon' on the Moon, 1952

"Greenwich, Tranquility Base calling. The falcon has landed. God save the Queen."
Tuesday
Gustavo is now a member of International Space Art Network
Monday
Nick Stevens posted a photo

Home sweet home

near future Mars base using Daz products for the render, exported for Lightwave.There are some odd polygones in the main capsule, and the terrain could do with more polygons, but I think I got away with it!
Nov 16
Nick Stevens commented on Paul Lloyd's photo
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BIS Lunar Spaceship HMRS Sir William Congreve (WIP)

"Nice version! I've thought about modelling this myself."
Nov 16
Paul Lloyd posted photos
Nov 15
Виктор Филиппский posted a photo

Гости Каллисто.

Картон,масло,акрил,70х50.
Nov 13
Paul Lloyd posted a photo

BIS Lunar Spaceship HMRS Sir William Congreve (WIP)

Truespace model of the British Interplanetary Society's 1952 design for a lunar lander.There's not much in the way of reference material online, and what there is is very inconsistent because the BIS tinkered with the design over the years. I…
Nov 12
Markus Feldt posted a video

Asteroid

A huge asteroid rotating serenly in space.... One of my early attempts to create 'prfessional' space art in povray. Enjoy!
Nov 4

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my acoustic space art

Started by Csarnogurszky István Dec 12, 2013.

Is anyone here using zbrush? 3 Replies

Started by Nick Stevens. Last reply by retepk Dec 22, 2012.

2012 - The End of the World, or The End of Reason? 8 Replies

Started by Mario John Borgatti. Last reply by retepk Dec 20, 2012.

Social media icon for International Space Art Network 1 Reply

Started by Teresa Bernard. Last reply by Nick Stevens Sep 27, 2012.

The Role of an art Critique 6 Replies

Started by Kara Szathmary. Last reply by Mario John Borgatti Mar 22, 2012.

Notes

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Created by Nick Stevens May 5, 2009 at 1:36pm. Last updated by Nick Stevens May 5, 2009.

New Administer

Created by John E. Kaufmann Jan 18, 2009 at 3:21pm. Last updated by John E. Kaufmann Jan 18, 2009.

Goals of Space Art

Created by John E. Kaufmann Dec 24, 2008 at 2:24am. Last updated by John E. Kaufmann Dec 24, 2008.

Notes Home

Created by John E. Kaufmann Dec 23, 2008 at 11:50pm. Last updated by John E. Kaufmann Jan 19, 2009.

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Do's and Dont's

If you're a creator of space art please post pictures of your work for all to appreciate.

If you post others' work, please make sure you have the right to do so, and the name of the originator is stated clearly.

Comments are greatly encouraged but should always be constructive in nature.

Content should remain G-PG.

This is a site dedicated to space art and all content posted should be appropriate to this theme.

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