Deviant Login Shop  Join deviantART for FREE Take the Tour
×



Details

Submitted on
January 28, 2008
Image Size
2.7 MB
Resolution
1200×2556
Link
Thumb
Embed

Stats

Views
2,901
Favourites
66 (who?)
Comments
19
Downloads
760
×
duality by nisht duality by nisht
well,i saw something similar to this once on da and decided to give it a go,im redecorating my room soon,so i was thinking to maybe print it and but it on a wall,tell me what you think,its still work in progress.
Add a Comment:
 
:icondixiida:
Hi your images are facinating and beautiful.
Reply
:iconlotay:
Lotay Mar 26, 2008  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Amazing, just amazing. Only word I can think of.
Reply
:icondemosthenesvoice:
NIIIIICE! this is my favorite in your gallery by far. but these people have it down. i would spereize the texture more and adjust the shading. like instead of having it even all the way around the planet, have the light coming from the two fractals a lot brighter and have the lighting a lot darker around the sides of the planet. but ya, you rock!
Reply
:icondave-mastor:
It's like a giant city planet... I love the two main colors of this picture! :+fav:
Reply
:iconnisht:
thanks!!meuuuuuuuuuuuu :D
Reply
:iconsiathlinux:
SiathLinux Jan 28, 2008  Hobbyist Digital Artist
I like it the planet should have shadow based on another light source witch would need to be to one side or the other... but beyond that it's awesome :D
Reply
:iconnisht:
:D thanks a bunch!damn shadows,need to study physics more...i suck at it...im posting something similar in a few minutes,think ist way better so stop by and tell me what you think!
Reply
:iconsiathlinux:
SiathLinux Jan 28, 2008  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Well I will certianly go and look :D

I found that using 2d to do space scenes to be quite frustrating (see my really old stuff) and it was mostly because it's near impossible to create correct shadows that are all coming from the same light source...

I use 3D now so when I do a space scene the light comes from the light source the same for all objects (whether they are planets or a ship) which tends to help, of course creating in 3d is much more difficult as the planets have to be UV mapped or they get 'swirled' spots at top and bottom ....
Reply
:iconcold-inside:
very very cool. i agree that the middle perhaps should be a tiny bit darker, but i dont think it really needs anything added like rocks or a ring.

and the good thing is if you get the shape of the darkening right that will make it look more spherical.

to be honest though it looks great at the moment. i dont think that in nessisary for you to change it at all. just possible things you could do:).
Reply
:iconnisht:
meu!thanks for the fav,and the advice,its kinnda hard to get the shadow right,been struggling with it for the past 30 min or so...and this is the first time im doing two parallel scenes that are quite simillar to each other and its causing a confusing state in my mind now...aaaaaaaaaa!!hihihihihihi :D
Reply
Add a Comment: