This continues my experiments with Vue d'Esprit's "Planetary" mode. Basically you can move the camera high enough that you are looking down at the entire planet that you were working on. The planet in "Skyward" was made in this manner, but I wanted to see if I could use it to create a gas giant type world.

This render combines two my gas giant with a smaller terrestrial type satellite. Both were rendered using Vue d'Esprit 11.5



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