I love the textures here! One thing I'd do is maybe add some red and yellow to the flame coming out of the rocket. Maybe some rings around a planet or two would be cool as well.
I really like what you did with the textures here! I think the planets look nice and the colors work well together : )I think if you made the rocket fins a bit lighter it would help. It took me a minute to notice them
I enjoy this vintage look a lot! This is a really nice take on the assignment! This also looks like it could be made into a nice pattern!
Really like all the textures you used, I think the contrast could be stronger, it would make the lighting stronger
Love all the textures you are using! The outer glow on the planets and the stars is really nice. THe only thing I would look at is the Smoke/fire at the end of the rocket...its a little boxy looking..Over all good job!
I love your play with textures and the "scribble" for the smoke from the rocket. It looks like the planets were pushed a bit more in their depth, maybe ad some shadow/highlight to the rocket to make it feel more prominent.
The textures and colors work really well in this. I am confused by the light, maybe make the play more obvious?
i like the textures that you chose for the plants and the rocket. i would suggest that maybe working on the rocket more, rendering it a bit more so it isnt flat image. also maybe having a direct light source to have more depth and that would make the composition more interesting.
I love the textural pieces you've added here -it really helps create depth in your piece. I think you could play with the tone of the glows that are coming from each of the planets -- that could be really cool of you made the glows a hot color that is similar to the planet shapes themselves, or maybe it's a lighter version of that color. I think it would also be cool to see what a blue / purple glow might look like added to the edges of your rocket to help turn it in space, too!I love the texture of the background as well and could see you adding a nebula- style gradient mesh in some places if you wanted to vary some of the space back there and make it look even deeper!