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Beginnings by GlennClovis Beginnings by GlennClovis
Tried something a bit different. Planetary system during the Accretion Disk period. I'm sure my next attempt will be a whole lot better, I'm just tired of working on this one, lol.
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eXecutex Featured By Owner Jun 12, 2011  Hobbyist Digital Artist
OMG !!!!
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gallantmon8 Featured By Owner Dec 10, 2010
This is my wallpaper for December 2010. Congrats.
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gallantmon8 Featured By Owner Dec 10, 2010
That's cool.
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milo13200 Featured By Owner May 28, 2010  Hobbyist Digital Artist
That's really beautiful! love those colors and the overall motion in the composition ;)
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D4RKST0RM99 Featured By Owner Apr 20, 2010  Hobbyist General Artist
wow! awesome, is proto-solar system the correct term?, excellent pic 'faved'
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incessus Featured By Owner Apr 20, 2010
Round circles around planets looks unnatural to me). Most trajectories are elliptical. And the must be disturbed by matter around it. At this stage gravitational field of the system is very complex. And I guess there must be more weird curves and lines. And by this complexity I guess in reality this action looks way more spectacular!))) Newer the less it is awesome work! I love it!) And I may be wrong ofc! :D
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cyberalain Featured By Owner Nov 21, 2009
This is awesome, but what do you think about the comets going the other way around, from the center and not towards it ?!
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FlareHeart Featured By Owner Apr 20, 2010
Did you know that the tail of a comet will always point away from the nearest sun? Even if the comet is moving away from the sun. It's caused by the solar winds pushing the material that forms the tail away from the sun faster than the comet is traveling. So technically, no matter which direction those comets were moving, the tails are pointed in the right direction.
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PIG-0149 Featured By Owner Aug 9, 2010
Yes -- I knew.
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AdamBurn Featured By Owner Sep 27, 2009  Professional Digital Artist
Truely a sight ot behold, amazing vivid colours and a very good subject, dont see many images showing the creation of a system.
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