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Keisha by tommyvanklies Keisha by tommyvanklies
The Paringotos system is located 250 light years from the Sun, in the direction of the Galaxy center.
Its central star is red giant Paringotos. Its size is almost hundred times bigger than our Sun's. The star is invisible from Earth,
because of nebulae and dust.
Five planets orbiting around the star. Inner planets had been destroyed earlier.
The only habitable planet in the system is Keisha, with a population of 700 million.
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:iconwerbie:
Oh my gosh, how beautiful is this !! Stunning artwork, in love with it. :]
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tommyvanklies Dec 31, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Thanks! :)
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esk6a Jul 19, 2011  Hobbyist Digital Artist
This is really nice. I love the planet you made here. nice job!
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Spydraxis01 Jul 7, 2011  Professional Digital Artist
This is really nice I love the nebula was the planet done with Flaming Pear's Solarcell?
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tommyvanklies Jul 8, 2011  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Thanks! The planet was textured and rendered in 3ds Max.
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Mocarro Jul 6, 2011  Hobbyist General Artist
Szep, tetszik :D
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Enigz Jul 6, 2011  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Great colours !

the Nebula is very beautiful :)
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:iconlostkavi:
fantasticly rendered, and your nebula is beautiful. I do have concerns with the science aspect of it. Nebula generally means no star around. no star = no green. :/ that aside, it's amazing, and if I actually could find somewhere to stick it, I'd be pleading you to let me use it for cover art somwhere.
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:iconkaitoaozora:
Ah, such a brilliant spacescape! The planet is so realistic. (Actually it almost looks like Earth, but that's probably because the landmasses aren't very visible.)
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