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2,096
Score
4.06 / 5.00

Date
06/30/2009
Category
3D Art
File Info
1680 x 714 px
JPG
449.5 kb
Tags
landscape
planet
jupiter
vue

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Author Comments

Jupiter is the 5th planet from the sun

Jupiter is known as a gas gaint, its not known to actually have a lanscape but instead just a very dense atmosphere.

But since that wouldnt make a good scene, ive added a mysterius lanscape with wierd formations and a dense atmosphere.

Made with vue 7 post-work in photoshop cs3.

Reviews


crimsonblodcrimsonblod

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars Jul 12, 2009

Pretty Good

I personally find this to be a decent piece of art. It's not spectacular, but that's because I find it a bit bland on the color department. As a piece of art it is amazing. The depth is insane, and the detail isn't perfect, but it is pretty good. It just seems a bit, colorless. But it is your imagination, not mine.



JDesignsJDesigns

Rated 2.5 / 5 stars Jun 30, 2009

Hn

Given how inaccurate the title thus might be, you're better off just calling it mars : p
You could make jupiter work as a scenery, it'd be hard, but doable. Not with landscape generators probably.


Riisk responds:

I understand that in this picture there isn't much to actually relate to the gas gaint jupiter, but this is just my personal visulisation, in which i imagined a small core within the immese clouds of gas.

This piece of work isnt meant to be accurate, in fact if i was to be accurate, there probably wouldn't be much point making jupiter.

Thanks for the comment!