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Sunrise on H6 - Remake by DCkiq Sunrise on H6 - Remake by DCkiq
A remake of a very old deviation of mine.

Cinema 4D and PSE8. Sky and clouds from CGTextures.
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BinaryRising Featured By Owner Jan 14, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Very nice render of a binary system! Looks a lot like Kepler-16.
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TerranAbassador Featured By Owner Nov 7, 2012  Student Digital Artist
This is definitely an improvement over that earlier piece. But I can't help but feel that the angle and texture of the gas giant in the original is a little more...interesting, for lack of a better word.
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PaulBaack Featured By Owner Nov 7, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Spectacular!
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RuneTrantor Featured By Owner Nov 6, 2012  Hobbyist Writer
A clear improvement can be seen. XD
But would the dark side be SO dark as to be invisble from so close? Aside from the ring moving behind the planet, I can see no indication that that world could be like the Death Star (Half built) :P
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DCkiq Featured By Owner Nov 6, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
It's pretty much like a day moon. The night side will only be as dark as the rest of space, so it will appear as the sky does. An illuminated atmosphere just screens out whatever light that doesn't exceed its own emissivity, so it appears invisible. Like a day moon.
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RuneTrantor Featured By Owner Nov 6, 2012  Hobbyist Writer
During day I can faintly see the moon's dark side silhouette, not by much, but it was there... :S
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DCkiq Featured By Owner Nov 6, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
That's an illusion. You see part of a circle, but your brain wants to complete it. Besides, as far as it is from Earth, there isn't enough backlighting from Earth to exceed the sky's brightness (unless you're directly behind the moon, which can still only be visible during the late evening.)
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RuneTrantor Featured By Owner Nov 7, 2012  Hobbyist Writer
Sometimes it is an illusion, but others I have actively seen the outline, it really boils down to the angle it is at, so it may get a bit more light all around or not.
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TerranAbassador Featured By Owner Nov 7, 2012  Student Digital Artist
It's an illusion, nothing more. The brain sees a broken circle and fills in the missing pieces, nothing more.
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