Thursday, April 2, 2020

Outer Ocean Worlds Around Gas Giants

Here is a small collection of work I did for NASA - Caltech last year.  These images are all in 3D, designed and rendered in a program called MODO.  They show some of the ocean worlds that exist just below the ICE around the moons of Jupiter, Saturn and Neptune. What's really interesting about doing this kind of work is the perspective I get from the people I'm working with on the illustrations.  The folks at Caltech are great to work with and the collaboration is more of a learning experience for me personally.

The images started as rough sketches from the researchers, and then I do a few test renderings and we go back and forth until I get the images right and match with what they're thinking.






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