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  • noun Plural form of planetscape.

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Examples

  • Although capable of providing realistic space scenes and planetscapes—which featured in a number of early paintings—Schoenherr showed far more imagination withthe creation of alien creatures, These were not the bug-eyed monsters of yesteryear but often beasts of burden and intelligent alien races.

    John Schoenherr (1935-2010)

  • The mixture of alien creatures and planetscapes were brought together in Schoenherr's illustrations for Frank Herbert's Dune, serialized in Analog in 1963 and 1965 as Dune World and The Prophet of Dune.

    John Schoenherr (1935-2010)

  • The mixture of alien creatures and planetscapes were brought together in Schoenherr's illustrations for Frank Herbert's Dune, serialized in Analog in 1963 and 1965 as Dune World and The Prophet of Dune.

    Archive 2010-04-01

  • Although capable of providing realistic space scenes and planetscapes—which featured in a number of early paintings—Schoenherr showed far more imagination withthe creation of alien creatures, These were not the bug-eyed monsters of yesteryear but often beasts of burden and intelligent alien races.

    Archive 2010-04-01

  • Beyond the cavorting surface, images of planetscapes and strange galaxies writhed insubstantially.

    The Dreaming Void

  • Fight through suspense-filled environments: from starships and space stations to colonial bases and eerie planetscapes.

    SlickDeals.net

  • Fight through suspense-filled environments: from starships and space stations to colonial bases and eerie planetscapes.

    SlickDeals.net

  • Stormy weekend afternoons I was up in my room falling through orbits, skimming above planetscapes, trudging across fields of alien wheat; I saw monorails built on the moon and continental game reserves on earth; there were mining colonies in the asteroids, vacation resorts on the moons of Jupiter, and cargo ships grinding in from the outer planets; and space stations like enormous malls -- with tasteful greenery lining the arcades and Muzak floating through air shafts like the smiling, casually dressed residents -- appeared as glittering clusters of evening stars above the low haloed rooftops of American subdivisions.

    Chicago Reader

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