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RECENT NON-ECLIPSE TRIP TO CHINA
David has put online a collection of images from his recent trip to China, and (non-) eclipse -- see: http://davehardy.jalbum.net/
If you enjoy space art, please take a look at The Space Art Network (not sites with a similar name).
This also includes three short videos by Hardy, showing how he produces simple landscapes in Photoshop (right: like Red Dwarf).
LATEST: David Hardy Paints The Moon!
To all those 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.
NEW: VIDEO PAGE!
View some stunning videos of David Hardy in action, with some tutorials showing how the Red Planet image (above) was created. He does make it look so easy though... see videos.
A retro look at Hardy imagery from the 1950s! At the time quite innovative ideas, some of which actually reached fruition.
Image (right) is called ‘Ferry Rocket Launch from Woomera’, dated 1954, and hypothesis a future 'shuttle'when Britain had a space programme.
Some recent non-astronomical commissions, both private and for book/cover use.
Image shown: 'The Cathedral of Universal Biodivesity'
Note: In June 2006 David A. Hardy was nominated for a 'Chesley' Award for Artistic Achievement (lifetime award) by the ASFA ~ the Association of Science Fiction & Fantasy Artists.
"... apparently up to twenty per cent of Americans (that's one in five) believe that it never happened but was nothing more than a hoax perpetrated by NASA."
Find out more.
"Just a little to the left, please... smile!"
NEW! T-SHIRTS FROM HARDY ART!
At last: you can buy a huge selection of the most popular Hardy [space and SF] images printed on a T-shirt, at a dedicated site in the USA: see Visionaryshirts.com
A brand-new site is now online, also containing designs from various other creative artists, photographers and poets.
A beautiful 80-minute DVD comprising classical music with David A. Hardy's art. Excellent reviews in Astronomy Now, Popular Astronomy, Spaceflight, etc.
If you enjoy this site, do take a look at the various books
The Art of David A Hardy:
To find a Hardy image of any planet, space debris (comets and asteroids) or exoplanets, click on the circular 'Search' button at the top of the left column on any page. Or search under Gallery/ Solar System.
Note: most images on this site can be opened into a separate window to view them in more detail. Some browsers may prevent this, but simultaneously pressing the 'Ctrl' key (or 'Cmd' on Macs) should allow this to be by-passed.
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