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05 Oct 2018 15:52

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ZombieEnderman5, your post count is too low for embedding, was put in place due to spam bots.




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06 Oct 2018 05:34

Ah. Thank you for the information, [b]DoctorOfSpace[/b].
 
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08 Oct 2018 17:51

Trying to improve the gas giants a bit so they aren't so extreme.  I have to jump between many gas giants to make sure changes don't just completely break on extremes but I think it looks a bit better like this

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There are some slight issues with cyclones I need to figure out and expanding the gas giants available palette would also help for variation.

Also tweaked the terra clouds a bit to soften them up for mini-neptunes
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08 Oct 2018 23:20

Beautiful and pretty realistic as always. Will some of the data in the recent exoplanetary weather and cloud-mapping projects undertaken by NASA be included in these renditions? I mean, it is true that those NASA maps aren't terribly detailed, nor tell us data that we did not already suspect, but still, it's good scientific insight.
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09 Oct 2018 00:57

DoctorOfSpace wrote:
Trying to improve the gas giants a bit so they aren't so extreme.  I have to jump between many gas giants to make sure changes don't just completely break on extremes but I think it looks a bit better like this

There are some slight issues with cyclones I need to figure out and expanding the gas giants available palette would also help for variation.
Also tweaked the terra clouds a bit to soften them up for mini-neptunes

Very much appreciated work DrOfSp. This is very tricky work since you are trying for realism and at the same time not making the gas giants/neptunes look boring. Good Luck!
 
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10 Oct 2018 23:11

DoctorOfSpace wrote:
Trying to improve the gas giants a bit so they aren't so extreme.

I love them!
Just... the second and the third look a bit too much terrain planets. 
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11 Oct 2018 00:51

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Source of the post Just... the second and the third look a bit too much terrain planets.

Uhh, gas-giants can be relatively featureless with polar abnormalities and cloud streamers :? :
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In fact, one should expect very hot or very cold gas-giants to have rather boring cloud features as a whole. An effort to spice them up would result in surrealism.
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13 Oct 2018 00:04

Don't spoil all the 0.990 stuff for us :P
 
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13 Oct 2018 13:31

vlad01, don't worry, much of this is just showing what is possible and is not what will be in the release build.




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