Posts by StarLight

by StarLight
04.10.2012, 21:22
Forum: Add-on releases
Topic: Verona Planetary System (Fictional)
Replies: 21
Views: 10035

Re: Verona Planetary System (Fictional)

Not sure why Escalus is pink. I'd imagine a brown dwarf to be dark red or orange. Do you see it pink in your screen? Because I coloured it purple in mine. Maybe a difference in saturation settings. Also, I read somewhere that methane-rich brown dwarfs could have a purplish color. I admit I exagerat...
by StarLight
09.08.2012, 17:48
Forum: Add-on development
Topic: Mu Arae Temperatures
Replies: 1
Views: 3540

Re: Mu Arae Temperatures

Hi starlight, In fact there are some parameters to explain temperature on Earth or another M-class planet around another stars. 1° spectral Type of star (mu Ara seems to our sun). 2° distance between star and planet (mu Ara D seem to Earth's orbit). 3° albedo (Earth's albedo = 0.30 and temperature ...
by StarLight
09.08.2012, 04:10
Forum: Add-on development
Topic: Mu Arae Temperatures
Replies: 1
Views: 3540

Mu Arae Temperatures

Hi everyone. I'm planning on making sci-fi textures for Mu Arae System and I'm having a little trouble with possible temperatures of the planets and consequently, their appearance. I hope some of you may help me with some questions I have about the planets: C - No doubts, since it's clearly a very v...
by StarLight
08.08.2012, 19:13
Forum: Add-on releases
Topic: Verona Planetary System (Fictional)
Replies: 21
Views: 10035

Re: Verona Planetary System (Fictional)

The Heelix Nebula doesn't render for me for some reason. All I see is a big white square thing... :( Also, is it alright if I use your textures in add-ons I'm making? I have a surplus of textures to use for rocky and volcanic planets but I have a shortage for ones to use for Mars-like, icy, and gas...
by StarLight
02.08.2012, 23:21
Forum: Add-on releases
Topic: Verona Planetary System (Fictional)
Replies: 21
Views: 10035

Re: Verona Planetary System (Fictional)

Thanks everyone!

For the surface scenes I used Photoshop CS3. Reiko already asked that, as mentioned by J.T.K.
by StarLight
01.08.2012, 22:12
Forum: Add-on releases
Topic: Verona Planetary System (Fictional)
Replies: 21
Views: 10035

Re: Verona Planetary System (Fictional)

Thank you! :D
by StarLight
31.07.2012, 00:17
Forum: Add-on releases
Topic: Verona Planetary System (Fictional)
Replies: 21
Views: 10035

Re: Verona Planetary System (Fictional)

Very impressive! What did you use to create the surface scenes? :blue: Thank you! I used Photoshop CS3. An old version but it's like part of me already, kkk. I absolutely must congratulate you on presenting something that looks like an original work! Extra points for not simply recolouring textures...
by StarLight
30.07.2012, 17:08
Forum: Add-on releases
Topic: Verona Planetary System (Fictional)
Replies: 21
Views: 10035

Re: Verona Planetary System (Fictional)

Thanks!
by StarLight
29.07.2012, 21:08
Forum: Add-on releases
Topic: Verona Planetary System (Fictional)
Replies: 21
Views: 10035

Verona Planetary System (Fictional)

Hi, everyone. This is my second post on this forum so far and I hope some of you may aprecciate it. I've been working on a fictional planetary system for a long time now, and I'm glad that it's been finally finished. So I'll share it with you. The Star: Verona (The star itself is fictional, because ...
by StarLight
05.08.2011, 18:57
Forum: Add-on releases
Topic: Rigel Kentaurus System
Replies: 4
Views: 4173

Re: Rigel Kentaurus System

Thanks!
by StarLight
17.07.2011, 14:20
Forum: Add-on releases
Topic: Rigel Kentaurus System
Replies: 4
Views: 4173

Re: Rigel Kentaurus System

I know your add-on is fictional, but putting this planet at a distance of 50 light years from the system centre of mass also puts it further from Rigel Kentaurus than hundreds of other stars, and far outside the system's Hill sphere . I'm sorry for that. I just used the wrong term while writting th...
by StarLight
16.07.2011, 19:31
Forum: Add-on releases
Topic: Rigel Kentaurus System
Replies: 4
Views: 4173

Rigel Kentaurus System

Hi everyone! First of all, I'm new to this forum and I'd like to apologize for any mistake I make with my english, as it's not my native language. I've rendered an artistic, but yet based on some scientific information, view of the Rigel Kentaurus System (Alpha Centauri). Astronomers say there may b...

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