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About Digital Art / Hobbyist Premium Member Tim Barton25/Male/United States Group :iconspace-facts: SPACE-FACTS
All about OUTER-SPACE!
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Tim Barton
Artist | Hobbyist | Digital Art
United States
Every time you take a breath of air, you are breathing in approximately 17 molecules of air that were breathed out by Einstein as he first wrote e=mc2.

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I am living a life of passion for science, beauty, and the cosmos.
The purpose of my artwork is to inspire people about science and
astronomy, and to incite people to learn about our universe and its
grand beauty.

The Cosmic Sparks
The Sunset Nebula by cosmicsparkI'm Amazed by cosmicspark
Chromataclysm by cosmicsparkTears of Ithaca by cosmicspark
Structures of the Universe by cosmicsparkCalm by cosmicspark
Celeritas by cosmicspark

I am a civil engineering student living in Houston, TX. I am available for commission.
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How many points would you contribute for a space art video tutorial? 

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Celeritas by cosmicspark
Celeritas
An electromagnetic beam from a newborn pulsar narrowly misses a nearby planet.  The remnants of the pulsar's former life as a red supergiant can be seen ejected in all directions in the shape of a sunflower.

Celeritas is a Latin word, translated as "swiftness".  It is the origin of the symbol c, the universal notation for the speed of light in a vacuum, as popularized by Albert Einstein's famous equation E=mc2. The speed of light in a vacuum is approximately 1 billion km/hr.

The purpose of my artwork is to inspire people about science and astronomy, and to incite them to learn about our universe and its grand beauty.  Prints are available for this piece.  See the right toolbar for print purchase options.

Other works:
Chromataclysm by cosmicsparkTears of Ithaca by cosmicsparkThe Sunset Nebula by cosmicspark
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How many points would you contribute for a space art video tutorial?
47%
7 deviants said I would probably not pay for a video tutorial even if it looked really useful.
13%
2 deviants said 800+ points ($10+), I really love video tutorials.
13%
2 deviants said 400 points ($5), but it has to be really good.
13%
2 deviants said 160 points ($2), A small fee for valuable insight.
7%
1 deviant said 80 points or less ($1 or less), keep it as a microtransaction.
7%
1 deviant said Just give me one-on-one lessons.
Hello my lovely loyal awesome fans (and rivals, >: D, kidding!).

I have set up a gorgeous newsletter, I will be sending out about two a month.  You are going to want to sign up because they will be full of amazing juicy science facts (or Cosmic Sparks of the imagination!).
Tiny snapshot of my newsletter by cosmicspark

For example, did you know that:
Every time you take a breath of air, you are breathing in approximately 17 molecules of air that were breathed out by Einstein as he first wrote e=mc2.


They will correspond with the announcements of my artwork and provide commentary on upcoming pieces of art, just in case you are itching to know whats coming next.

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Have a great week my friends,
Tim Barton

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thanks for the :llama:
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MaximShatoon Featured By Owner 5 days ago
Thanks for that strange animal badge) And for your fabulous works too )
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Thanks for the Llama badge! :D
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Thanks for the 3D Llama Badge 

Your gallery is really amazing ! la tastes good 
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RocCenere Featured By Owner Oct 22, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Your art is magnificent and it's wonderful to see someone so passionate about astronomy using art to promote the science (:
I look forward to browsing your gallery and seeing what you create.
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