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The little hamlet of Ynosetomer on the planet Ynosmetsys. Defying the laws of physics, it can be seen floating around the globe.
Created in Bryce 6 and Photoshop CS2.

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storm, world, planet, lightning, alien, fi, sci, spacecraft, retepk, planetscape

Not an artist just an outsider trying to get somewhere in the artworld. Got a long way to go yet. Appreciate all the help I can get so criticism is most welcome.
Cheers.

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  • John Vandeven
    John Vandevenabout 5 years ago

    Absolutely awesome.

  • Thank you very much John.
    Cheers.

    – retepk

  • Syd Baker
    Syd Bakerabout 5 years ago

    Reminds me, I hardly ever used the symmetrical mountains tool, that’s right next to the usual one, I’ve seen a tutorial where someone was making objects with that by painting and erasing elevations in the terrain editor on the symmetrical terrains. Saw another one where you flip a terrain like this, turn it into a negative booleans object, then push it into the ground, and you get a lake! Well, a hole anyway!

  • Thanks Syd. Yes that’s one way of creating a lake although I haven’t done that myself. I should explore that other tutorial you mention. I have in the past experimented in the terrain editor but not used it extensively.
    Cheers.

    – retepk

  • Phil Threlfall
    Phil Threlfallabout 5 years ago

    Another great piece

  • Many thanks Phil. Appreciate it.
    Cheers.

    – retepk

  • Syd Baker
    Syd Bakerabout 5 years ago

    The preview never looks like the actual thing!?!

  • Yes it just a guide. I only judge it when I look at a high res, full screen version of an image before I consider it ready to upload. Although I still, to my chagrin, subsequently spot a mistake and scramble to correct it and replace the faulty image.

    – retepk

  • Keith Reesor
    Keith Reesorabout 5 years ago

    Outstanding work Peter!! :)

  • Thank you very much Keith. I got the idea while doing the dishes. Maybe I should do the dishes more often . . . well . . . maybe not.
    Cheers.

    – retepk

  • skyhorse
    skyhorseabout 5 years ago

    awesome Peter, this is an instant addition to my favs

  • Thank you very much Skyhorse.
    Cheers.

    – retepk

  • owlspook
    owlspookabout 5 years ago

    fantastical Peter! (big smile)

  • Thank you Owlspook.
    Cheers.

    – retepk

  • SlayerX
    SlayerXabout 5 years ago

    cool!!

  • Thank you very much. Appreciate your comment
    Cheers.

    – retepk

  • Steve Davis
    Steve Davisabout 5 years ago

    This is really cool, great job!

  • Thank you very much Steve.
    Cheers.

    – retepk

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