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Uploaded: 07/07/04 1:59 AM GMT
Celestial Waltz
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Terragen+photoshop. If you don't have the brightness on your monitor turned just right, it either looks too bright or dark.

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noobguy
07/07/04 2:33 AM GMT
This is a great render, may I asked how you did your stars
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A change in Point of View: 1 2 3 4 ... more to come. Ideas?
darkaliryn7_1
07/13/04 11:30 PM GMT
That's stunningly beautiful. I admire your talent.
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Those who daydream are cognizant of many things which escape those who dream at night. -Edgar Allan Poe (a distant relative of mine)
::trisweb
08/07/04 11:29 PM GMT
Great image -- I've seen a few like it before (real photos, not renders) that are actually long exposures illuminated only by starlight. The Milky Way here is in the southern hemisphere (the magellanic clouds are there) -- did you take the top part? Just curious; either way, a great image, goin on my desktop.
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proxima_centauri
10/13/04 9:52 PM GMT
This is very interesting and unique. nice work. i was in southern bolivia 3 years ago and when you are on the planes at 12000+ altitude, you don't quite see this but you see something close to it. i know andromeda is visible in someplaces including there.
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garaughty
04/24/05 5:52 AM GMT
Thx for your comment about my work, this pic on your page really caught my eye, great job!
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marti garaughty... Color is a language.
.21citrouilles
08/26/06 5:43 AM GMT
I was wondering what it was.Never saw Terragen work like this before, and I like the originality of it, how powerful it looks. Imaginative and fantastic. A fave for me.
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.JaLynn
08/01/08 8:39 PM GMT
Not a great guide on the stars. Nice stuff in the foreground, for an out of this world look.
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