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jedimasterbac Featured By Owner Jun 6, 2015
Hi Steven. I run a website called The Star Wars RP ( We are set over 1,000 years after Return of the Jedi, in a devastating war between the Sith and the rest of the galaxy. The Galactic Alliance has fallen, and a rebellion is beginning to take shape in the Outer Rim to fight the Sith Empire.

One of our current major event threads is the Battle of Naboo. The Empire has tracked the rebels to Naboo, and the rebels are about to defeat the Imperial forces there. This will lead to the beginning of a new republic of sorts that will form in the Outer Rim, with Naboo as its capital. During the battle, an Imperial Star Destroyer will be crashing just outside of Theed. The idea is to have it be a cool set piece like in the trailer for The Force Awakens, especially considering that this new proto-republic will be making its home in visual distance of this crashed Star Destroyer.

So imagine my surprise when one of my members showed me your image today of a Star Destroyer, covered in foliage, just outside of Theed. I LOVE this piece. It's incredible, and captures exactly what I was going for with the set piece for the new republic.

I was wondering if you allow people to use your work, with credit. I would love to be able to use your image on The Star Wars RP to represent Naboo and the new republic that is forming there. I would be happy to credit you in whatever way you prefer.

Looking forward to hearing back from you. Thanks!
Madam--Kitty Featured By Owner Aug 20, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist

Hi. wanna join my group called Anti-illuminati-01? anti-illuminati-01.deviantart.…

P.S. The group is about politics in case you were wondering.

SamuraiTaiga Featured By Owner Aug 18, 2014
Beautiful art and concepts. I'll be keeping an eye on you.
StevenCormann Featured By Owner Aug 19, 2014  Professional Digital Artist
Thanks a lot ! :)
Christel-Michiels Featured By Owner Feb 1, 2014  Professional Digital Artist
Et bien je suis ravie d'avoir un compatriote dans ma liste de personnes à watcher, c'est par hasard en faisant ma feature du mois que je suis tombée sur ta création. Franchement ton talent est vraiment fantastique et tes créations sont à couper le souffle. Un régal pour les yeux...
StevenCormann Featured By Owner Feb 1, 2014  Professional Digital Artist
Et bien merci beaucoup ! Je me considère encore un peu pour un "newbie" mais je progresse :) Ravi également de voir une compatriote ici, qui plus est talentueuse, ta galerie est vraiment très très chouette et très pro, bravo !
malaugusto Featured By Owner Jan 28, 2014   Photographer
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FreshWaterZebra Featured By Owner Jan 17, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
Hi Steven. I like your photo manipulations, a lot. Simple, elegant and impressive. I was wandering if you made any tuts, especially light and such? Or perhaps you could link to some of the tuts you have enjoud and learned from?

In any case nice work
StevenCormann Featured By Owner Jan 17, 2014  Professional Digital Artist
Hi, thanks a lot I appreciate. Well I think I might do some tutorials in the future but for the moment I think I still need to improve my skills. Concerning links to other tutorials, I learned useful things on Digital Tutors and tuts premium.
But actually, I also learned a lof things by watching lessons on filmmaking, how to light a scene, and also by observing a lot nature. For example by watching nature, you can notice that the more objects are distant, the less visible they become and the less contrast they have. If you know how light and shadows work in real life, you'll be able to make good lightning in your paintings or manipulations.
Here are some useful links concerning light:……

Also remember to go for soft lights most of the time, too much contrast is less realistic, same for the colour values, try to avoid going in the extremes like pure white or pure black. One thing I also always do is work with references, pictures most of the time, so I can compare my values to real life.

Hope that helps
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