I always get drawn to the stars planets and everything that surrounds it. Also, mysteries I see within or on planets fascinates me, and I always tried
as artistic as I could be to visualize the things that make me dream, yeah you can call me a dreamer, of fantasizer.
I don't know why I always seem to want to be looking up all the time or hear about those stories that what we discovered new exoplanets.
As I started drawing when I was young.Later on, I started airbrushing. Finally found Photoshop and learned many other programs to find a way so I
could live my dreams creating my virtual universe of exoplanets as real as possible In my point of view. Not only making planets also learning while
building from them.
Like the movie close encounters of the third kind, I read here about discoveries but also want to create them. I didn't know if I would place this in
the space exploration section or this one. I chose this one because I think it's more like kind of art than real science for now.
For this project, I've chosen Mars as my first project with a technique I've learned myself through various programs to get where I am now.
The video I present is just a beginning of my journey that will, later on, be filling with other celestial bodies in our solar system and also wanting
to create new Exoplanets and stars now discovered by NASA and other observatories.
Now I still have to add Deimos, and the scale might be somehow off the grid. Also, I'm not sure how exactly Phobos is pointed to Mars, So I guess I
have to look into that later to correct the distances and sizes and angles of both those moons.
I'll hope you like what you see for now and maybe can give me some feedback about Phobos and Deimos in relation to Mars.
Yep ,thanks for your compliments ,it took a long time before I actually figured out how to create more depth so the shadow of the light would break
off into the craters and canyons.
So I could be as close to reality as I could come,but it's just the few steps into the right direction and merely a preview for this and other
I'm now trying to find a way of bringing Jupiter's clouds more alive so when I make a closeup view it one can see like layer dimensions. Don't know
if I'm actually going to achieve that,but if I don't try it I'll never know.
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