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Is this science fiction? actually yes, the Earth as seen from the moon is much smaller on the lunar horizon.
I first used these Orcas I made in a logo wallpaper project for including on computers sold by Ice-Comp. I'll probably use them again sometime.
I drew the bump map (planet surface) in Photoshop, and spent too much time trying to get it just right, because only 10% shows up in the final image.
If you are curious to see a tall version of this, the commercial version was setup as a vertical format.Commercial version
The memory of a beautiful scene tends to exaggerate the key points, trees are taller, valleys are deeper, vistas are wider, and the moon is bigger. I used a telescopic photo of the moon to get more detail.
What if Earth was only a moon, the second moon, of some large planet?
Not much actual 3D in this one, but it's still one of my favorites. Amorphium was used to make the asteroids.
Everything looks bigger through a telescope...The moon was made in Amorphium, the rocket was assembled completely from Bryce primitives.
The day I finally win the lottery... I thought the toughest part of this one was going to be the impact point, but it turned out to be the easiest.
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