Terrestrial Planets Picture

These are my first attempts at creating my own planets. Here they are shown in the order i made them in from top to bottom. These were fun and quick to make. i really enjoy creating fictitious ecosystems and thinking about the evolutionary paths creatures might take to adapt to them this approach usually leads to some cool creature designs later on. I’ve included some brief descriptions of the planets for anyone who's curious sorry about any misspellings.

Amphitrite: named after a Greek mythological figure said to be a daughter of Poseidon. Amphitrite is one of 27 moons orbiting the gas giant Estibus, fourth planet in its solar system. Amphitrite’s surface is almost entirely covered by water about 90 percent. it has a single large landmass divided by a complex webbing of rivers and lakes. Though Amphitrite does support life the creatures here have not evolved the ability to breathe or move on land so the majority of its landmass is dominated by plant life

Boreas: Named after a Greek god of wind, Boreas is also a moon nearly the sized of earth orbiting the gas giant Aeolus. The atmosphere of Boreas is extremely dense and oxygen rich allowing it to support enormous flying organisms. Because of its high oxygen content fires can be triggered very easily by its lightning storms,

Zephyrus: Named after the Greek god of the west wind Zephyrus is the most earthlike of these three planets. It is second in orbit around its star and has two moons, one a captured asteroid and the other formed much like our own moon. Zephyrus is about 25 percent larger than earth but has the same land to water ratio and roughly the same atmospheric makeup. Though life on Zephyrus has adapted to land, like amphibians on earth they are restricted to areas surrounding bodies of water.
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