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Thread: Planet Barakas

  1. #1
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    Thumbs up Planet Barakas

    Ahhhh, space is the place for me, as usual. Another planet. Hope you enjoy.

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    This is the only planet which doesn't look like an ellipsoid equatorially elongated, rather the opposite, on the same plane than the rotational axys. A marvellous pink color for a most likely desert and lonely planet (not even a moon circling around, alas). Your space art is professionally executed, as usual!
    Panta rei (everything flows)!

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    Caesar

    Thank you for the compliment...... I am still experimenting with the planets and am coming along with a realistic image. I always hated the flat look. The depth is so important when viewed. It is harder when I do a textured type surface close up as in orbit. I am on it and will have it mastered soon I hope....

    Thanks for tuning in, to all you space art lovers
    Keep looking up, you never know what you will actually see....

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    Wow, I do feel like I am in space

    This is very effective. The sense of space and the solidness of the planet. Very nice!

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    My only suggestion would be to add a bit of halo/aura type effect around the periphery of the planet to suggest some atmosphere . . . I think it would kick the sense of realism up to the next level

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    Love your space art Bobby, it always pops off the screen

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    A fantastic space painting...Super !!
    Try to see as many angles of vision as possible...no single one of us has a "handle" on the whole picture.

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