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Planet Types

By bjbon14
The seven planets I've uploaded this month so far, with each planet having different environments.

1. Desert - bjbon14.deviantart.com/art/Shi…

2. Ice - bjbon14.deviantart.com/art/Cha…

3. Ocean - bjbon14.deviantart.com/art/Sky…

4. Volcanic - bjbon14.deviantart.com/art/Alh…

5. Forest - bjbon14.deviantart.com/art/Mit…

6. Swamp - bjbon14.deviantart.com/art/Cri…

7. Jungle - bjbon14.deviantart.com/art/Ist…

Side note: I just got accepted on my first job so I probably won't be making much planets in the following months. Nevertheless, I'll try to create and upload some during my free time!
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leaderman217's avatar

can you do make planet about food and drink planet????

DalekOfBorg's avatar
These planets bring 7 planets from Star Wars to mind: TOP ROW: Tatooine - Hoth - Kamino - Mustafar
BOTTOM ROW: Endor - Dagobah - Kashyyyk
bjbon14's avatar
It is because these planets are all inspired by star war's planets! Although Tatooine looks much closer to this planet, Tuitan (heavily inspired by it), and Hoth looks closer to this, Loh.
SeekHim's avatar
I really love pictures like this. I'm very much into worldbuilding and I love to see planetary comparisons.
Here are some I've had commissioned if you're curious

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GOD bless
John 3:16
bjbon14's avatar
Thank so much! I'm glad you like it! =)
SeekHim's avatar
I'm glad you made it! :)
Arminius1871's avatar
Great work!

Do you know how exactly a planet works that has no oceans but is still green? Is that possible?
Like endless wet swamps?
bjbon14's avatar
Thanks!

I think it is possible as long as there is water present on the surface. The swamp planet I've made actually has a shallow ocean. =)
Arminius1871's avatar
What about mountains and plate tectonics, is it just like on earth?
bjbon14's avatar
It actually depends on the planet. If the planet looks similar like Earth, then tectonic plates could exist. If it is like a dead planet like Mars or Venus, then it wouldn't experience any tectonic plates. You may also read this
www.wwnorton.com/college/geo/egeo2/content/ch02/article_2.htm
Arminius1871's avatar
Ok it says plate tectonics might be rare. Earth seems to be really overly perfect for humans XD
Planetrix's avatar
Good luck with the new job!
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