This is the extension of the previous post Moon in the night sky. Previously I was not able to add any considerable brightness to the moon. The region surrounding the moon is in fact not complete darkness. There exists a gradient of decreasing brightness around it. With that incorporated, the picture is a bit more closer to the reality. I am still trying to depict the sun in the similar way. Although I am closer to achieving it, some color functions need to be adjusted. I will post it once completed. Because of the randomness involved in the methods, each generated image will be unique.
Posted below are the images. If you want the high resolution versions, please click on them. Individual images might take a while to load (depending on the bandwidth of your internet connection). The image resolutions range from 18 to 25 Megapixel and the sizes from 5 t0 7 Mb
Please do note that none of them have been drawn. They are the results of a few lines of code . Also note that in the images, the clouds appear to have “spilled – out” of the image. It’s just a technicality and could have been avoided if I were more careful while generating them. Trimming the edges would have helped too but I don’t want to do it for now.
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