Planet Study-Pluto by Snow_Angel ()
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We have finally arrived on Planet Pluto! Aprox. time 12:00 am. Please read this for the facts: http://seds.lpl.arizona.edu/nineplanets/nineplanets/pluto.html,And thank you for viewing and feedback :)
Image Comments (26)
adm5050 () 12:26AM | Tue, 13 January 2004
Super fine image. Really like how the landscape is right in the clouds.
Fractelaar () 12:38AM | Tue, 13 January 2004
Sublime Patt great clouds super lightings in the terrain and a great render V for the creator
ariz () 2:10AM | Tue, 13 January 2004
Nice. I don't know much about Pluto, but you have me convinced.. Now what about planet X??
Montanan () 4:09AM | Tue, 13 January 2004
The surface lighting is excellent. However, the deep distance view through the clouds is masterful! Great unique image!
carlucci () 7:42AM | Tue, 13 January 2004
Very nice image, very nice! I love what you did with the sky and terrain.
tudec () 8:28AM | Tue, 13 January 2004
Pluto...one of the few places NOT to have a McDonalds yet. ;) (Very nice work, btw.)
choronr () 1:40PM | Tue, 13 January 2004
Oh so far away and so cold! Patt, you have done a beautiful render here. Excellence!!
redbeard () 3:08PM | Tue, 13 January 2004
This is really excellent. Cold and desolate and very far away. The sky is spectacular and does indeed mirror the landscape. A wonderful tour of the planets, now it's time to head further out, maybe to some nearby galaxies and see what they look like. Nice work my friend.
Rykk () 8:17PM | Tue, 13 January 2004
Cool (literally! lol) icy extraterrestrial terrain, Patt! Excellent work!
avalonfaayre () 9:15PM | Wed, 14 January 2004
Awesomely Alien, and really cold looking. The clouds look as though they are stopped in motion. Wonderful!
PatGoltz () 1:35AM | Sun, 25 January 2004
A wonderfully expressive and moody piece; looks very cold.
technogeek () 10:59PM | Tue, 07 December 2004
Good, but two problems. One, there is NO atmosphere, hence NO clouds muchless a weather system. Two, surface temperature is about -273 degrees F(ABSOLUTE ZERO!).