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- Realistically Thinking by RMirandinha - Realistically Thinking by RMirandinha
Hey hey!!

Long time no see uh :P

But dont worrie, I have just been a little busy lately,t here is a but here is a ''quickie'' for you guys!

Lots of time needed to make the 3ds max planet, but the render was just lying around in my laptop so decided tomake something simple to share with you guys :D

Another scene is comming up, this one more hours into it so stay tunned!

Enjoy! :D
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BinaryRising Oct 21, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Looks very much like one of my planets in celestia~ Either way, great render looks like an amazing paradise~
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priteeboy Oct 21, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Somehow this incredibly rich shade of blue still looks natural here. I think the details in the planet itself make that so. But I imagine it being like an ideal earth with some of the cleanest air and water in the universe :omg:

Or maybe it just has a lot of methane in the atmosphere =p
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I imagine a pritee place too :D Leave the methane-full atmosphere for the next piece comming up ;)

Thanks for the comment!
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priteeboy Oct 21, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Methane oddly seems to be very "blue" in some cases (like Neptune) and then more aqua in others (Uranus) and I think Titan's atmosphere has a lot of it too, and that's orange :eyepopping: So it seems to vary in colour a lot. Maybe it depends on what temperature it is or what other gases it's mixed with :O Either way this one would have the bluest skies imaginable :faint:
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I guess the mix of gases and densities make the diferent colors, this one could have lots of methane but also be rich in oxygen, co2 and nitrogen and water, giving it its rich blues :)
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