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VttP - P class by MacRebisz VttP - P class by MacRebisz
Voyage to the Planets - P class planet 'Hödr'.

'Attention all Passengers. This is your Captain. We've completed an orbit insertion maneuver, you can safely unfasten your seatbelts.

In a couple of minutes, above your heads, looking through the glass dome, you will be able to observe P class planet - frozen tundra world with two moons orbiting it.

It's name is 'Hödr', after the Nordic god of winter.

The planet orbits star Tau Ceti, just 12 light years from our Solar System.

Tau Ceti is similar to the Sun in mass and spectral type. Scientific research proved that Hödr was once in habitable zone around it's star. The life-rich terrestial world with large oceans, just like Earth. However cosmic cataclysm (probably gravitational influence from nearby gas supergiants or even rogue planet) ejected Hödr from it's original orbit. Now it's orbit is a bit larger than Earth's, which makes it cold, frozen place.

Hödr is 16800 km in diameter, larger than Earth. With a little lower density Hödr's gravitational acceleration is only a bit stronger than on Earth surface.

Science expeditions have found both flora and fauna remnants on and below the surface.

Additional data and info is available, ask our guides for it.

Enjoy the view, we will not stay long here, there are dozens of planets to be visited.

Thank you for your attention.'

Download for the full 1280 x 1024 view.

Next time (couple of days), I'm going to finish a remake of planet I've submitted before - MQO class (terrestial/jungle/marsh).

Enjoy the trip :)
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MysteryofAlbesila Featured By Owner Aug 23, 2008
jak ty robisz te planetki?
maz jakiś tutek do tego?
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MacRebisz Featured By Owner Aug 23, 2008  Professional Digital Artist
jest masa tutoriali do planet, wpisz ';planet tutorial' w wyszukiwarce deviantarta. jest masa przeroznych technik, poprzegladaj troche i cos na pewno znajdziesz.

ja uzywam mniej popularnej techniki, planety w programach 3d. troche więcej roboty jest, ale efekt jest o niebo lepszy :) jak masz jakies pytania to pytaj, chetnie pomoge ;D
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MysteryofAlbesila Featured By Owner Aug 24, 2008
Poszukam z pewnością :D

Znaczy się, mnie zawsze zastanawiało jak "nakładałeś" teksturę na sferę.
Czy właśnie używałeś do tego softu 3d czy jakoś zniekształcałeś obiekt w PS.
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MacRebisz Featured By Owner Aug 25, 2008  Professional Digital Artist
wczesniejsze planety robilem tylko i wylacznie w PS, filtr distort -> spherize. Ostatnio zauwazylem, ze w 3D wygladaja o niebo lepiej, wiec zaczalem probowac w cinemie 4d i mysle ze juz wszystkie bardziej szczegolowe planety tam beda powstawaly :)
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MysteryofAlbesila Featured By Owner Aug 25, 2008
ja zawsze tego filtru spherize w PS nie umiałem zakumać.
polecam Ci displacement robić w zbrush'u do mapowania :)
Niby takie małe nic ale... "diabeł tkwi w szczególe"
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MacRebisz Featured By Owner Aug 26, 2008  Professional Digital Artist
thanks for tip :D
bawilem sie troche w zbrushu, sprobuje z tym displacementem
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MysteryofAlbesila Featured By Owner Aug 26, 2008
3nasty mówił ze to daje rady :) Shalivan zresztą też :)

pzdr
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MacRebisz Featured By Owner Aug 26, 2008  Professional Digital Artist
haha nie popatrzylem na parent commenta i probowalem sie domyslic o co chodzilo :D jak widac nie trafilem :D

samym zbrushem na razie sie bawilem godzinke, na razie rzezbienie popiersi, alieny same mi wychodzily ;)
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MacRebisz Featured By Owner Aug 26, 2008  Professional Digital Artist
ja jakos wole cineme od 3d maxa, moze to dlatego, ze w nim siedze najdluzej :)
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PhobosKE Featured By Owner Aug 21, 2008  Hobbyist Digital Artist
nice work but the outer and inner glow of the bigger planet could be less saturated ;-)
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