Lunar Farside, normal and anaglyph 3d

Get your old school red/ blue 3d glasses out! Two views of the lunar farside, one done as a normal image, and one as an anaglyph 3d image. Both done via a high resolution displacement mapped Moon, and rendered in Lightwave 3d, with exaggerated terrain height.

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Nick Stevens

I studied astronomy at University College London, but failled to get my degree. For many years pre-internet, I ran the bulletin board "Starbase 1", which is why you will frequently see me referring to myself as that! I am currently on the board of the IAAA. I operate exclusively in digitals using many different software packages. Most often Lightwave 3d, Vue, Photoshop Elemnts, Affinity Photo. I also ejoy oddball graphics packages like Xenodream, Amberlight, aqnd others.

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