My latest personal work :slight_smile:

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Thank you, BlenderArtists!


Whatever you did to make the scale work on this image was done well, it looks like something that could be found in the world of Star Wars, or a place that could be visited here on Earth 1000 years from now.

I do not know how much of the detail was just random, but there is a lot to look at and that is a good thing. The clouds especially were expertly done and I wonder if that was made possible with the new volume object and the related modifiers.

Nice one. Have some hand paint feel :slightly_smiling_face:

Hi Marcel,

This is so freaking awesome!! What a great way to start the new year! So much to look forward to in 2021. You’re other sci-fi works are great also.

First, thank you very much!
Concerning clouds I made them in houdini, still haven’t played with new volume modifier…
Not a lot was actually random, everythings undercontrol :smiley:

yea I did some overpaint

yea, thats right! there is a lot of work to be done in 2021 :slight_smile:

I featured you on BlenderNation, have a great weekend!


Thats cool! Thanks!

You’re #featured! :tada:


Awesome !!

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This is amazing. such a beautiful sense of scale!

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This is stunning! Love the storytelling in this image

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Yes, I admire the incredibly-fine detail in this image … there’s not a single crevice (other than the snowfield) which is not filled with angular geometry. But what catches me rather off-guard is the jarring juxtaposition of scale. The great-big-ball and the snowfield (especially(!) the snow …) are at one scale, while everything else is by comparison microscopic.

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I look to that sphere and i automatically want to see “AKIRA” sign =)

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I think you mean clouds.

And yes… They might be a tad to dense to come across as clouds the first look.

but great work nonetheless. :slight_smile:

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Thank you guys so much!