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January 25, 2003
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Neptune - Scientific Ed by Hameed Neptune - Scientific Ed by Hameed
The Planets: Neptune (Scientific Edition)
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Uberheim Featured By Owner Mar 14, 2004
nice picture... but the spelling in the part about neptunes rings...? :rofl:
extremity Featured By Owner Jun 4, 2003   Filmographer
This has to be the most breathtaking deviation I've ever seen! The planet Neptune has been an inspiration to me since I was a child. I used to dream of Neptune. Then I discovered from one of the best psychics in the world that my soul originated from this blue world now made of frozen gasses.
SomarGraphicsStudio Featured By Owner Dec 17, 2004
:wow: OGM :|
garfield101 Featured By Owner May 13, 2003  Hobbyist Digital Artist
hmm. neptune sweet facts its great
zelta Featured By Owner Apr 11, 2003
In love with this.
lord-zany Featured By Owner Mar 8, 2003
Well i can say it most definitely looks cool. Incredibly big though, especially for my 56k.

But hey, forget about whether people can actually see it. Let's make it as big as humanly possible.

Still, even with the delay, it was pretty much worth the wait, i enjoy the rings, and the facts. The planet is decent looking too.

I do not, however, enjoy random graphs that serve no purpose. But i will admit, they do make it look cooler, and perhaps they do serve a purpose. If so, inform me.
wingstopboy Featured By Owner Feb 4, 2003  Student General Artist
WHOO HOO!!!...mah rulin' planet....+fav
mrquickfx Featured By Owner Jan 27, 2003
Awesome picture !

Keep up the great work.

Whole collection just ROCKS :) (Smile)
jjay Featured By Owner Jan 27, 2003   Photographer
Superb, I love the little touches added to this image. Triton looks great and Neptune’s "rings" look very nice indeed.
aeshryne Featured By Owner Jan 26, 2003
I have observed each Solar System deviation you have submitted, but I felt I needed to comment on Neptune's since it is my favorite planet (mainly because it's the cerulean representation of Poseidon, my fav Greek god). But anyway, this series of planets you've done is remarkable. Excellent clarity and perspectives give an almost realistic rendition of the actual thing. I love how you've incorporated a mini astronomy lesson within each deviation, as well. The nidbits are concise and fun at the same time. Anything and everything on the other side of Earth's outer realm has always facinated me, planets epecially.
I believe you've helped me develop a new appreciation for our solar system's majestic marbles. Great work indeed. Thumbs Up

And I hear you're coming up with twenty more deviations for this series? I can't wait. =D (Big Grin)

Oh, and a little suggestion: It would fantastic if you could do this with the other marvels of the galaxy (i.e. comets, asteroids, black holes, etc.). ;) (Wink)

Keep it up.

P.S. What's with the integrations, derivitives, and other mathematical equations and graphing within each image? Are they really graphs and formulas that pertain to each planet, or just background effects? Either way, it's interesting. =D (Big Grin)
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