This is very realistic. You're the first person on Deviantart that I've seen that remembered the rayleigh effect is reversed on Mars, turning the sky around the sunset blue, and the rest of it reddish.
thanks, I've got some tips from cool people from Mars Society, that was a tip from them besides, other details, like the moons on the right, they didn't approve the humans, because of the scale, but I had to put them
Hello, I totally love you work on this!! I used it on a blog post that will be publishing tomorrow, you can check it out here. I hope you like it, and that the crdeit we've given you is appropriate. Please let me know if it isn't and I'll fix it. (jade at wetravelandblog dot com)
First - this an absolutely beautiful piece of work. I don't usually post on art as I'm only on deviant art to support my girlfriends work, but this deserved a post! Also, I wanted to inform you - and I hope it is quite alright - that I used this image in an article I wrote (psotter.com) regarding the "Curiosity" Rover on Mars. The article is currently in the editing phase and so I cannot give the direct link just yet, but I've included the source (you). I hope this is alright though if not I totally understand and will (reluctantly as it's so beautiful) remove the image from the piece. I can give you the link if you like when it is up sometime tomorrow.
Thanks for such an astounding piece once again, - Alex
Hello Tiago, this is an excellent image of Valles Marineris,(one of my favorite places on Mars) I would like to ask permission of you to create a logon from this image and post it on Wincustomize. Here is a link to my Logon Gallery,
Thanks, you can use it, but please use this one: [link] The one on the link has the credit to the work on the illustration itself, its small and it doesn’t bother, so let me know if you use it,has the advantage that is on a bigger resolution
BEM! Isto está algo de... cortar a respiração! Quase que dá vontade de entrar no desenho... As cores foram tão bem escolhidas e aplicadas! E a profundidade do desenho, o volume das formas e as sombras... VALHA-ME!!!