Sunset on Venus- For this senario I decided to do high intensity colors that contrasted eachother. I imagined a very bright intence “sun” at the bottom with very cool blueish purple tones on top as the “sky”. For the cyc I used G930 at 50% and AP3800 at full on the top, and AP2190 at 50%, AP8320 at full, AP7850 at 75% and AP8300 at full on the bottom. My lighting on the bottom was mostly top lighting, one light on either side and one directly above to create shadowing as there would be at a sunset. I used AP2180 at full, and two with no color on full.
Sunrise in New England- For this senario I looked at pictures of newengland sunsets especially by the water and found that the sky was very blue and the horizon was much more pinky orange, I tried to do this with the cyc. On the top I used AP3400 at 25 %, L075 at 75% and G280 at 50%, L652 at full, and G345 at 25% at the bottom. The lighting on my model I used four lights two on either sides of the top and two on either sides of the bottom. I used G363 at full and G525 at 50% on top and G363 at 75% and G525 at 50% on the bottom.
Mars at noon- for this senario I chose to use very very intense reds and oranges with full lighting on my model to create a very bright sunny look likee there would be at noon. On the top of the cyc I used Red at full and the bottom I used AP7450 50%, Red at full, and AP2190 at 75%. For my lighting on the model I used two lights on the left, one directly above and one to the right. The gels I used were G363 at full, no color at full, G363 at 75%, and G363 at 50%.
Saturn at winter- For this senario I used very cool lighting but used contrasting colors with bblue and earthy reds, I wanted full light on the model but an overall cool look to the senario. For the cyc on top I used RE158 at 75% and on the bottom RE443 at 25%, RE363 at 75%, RE195 at 25% and RE195 at 25%. On my actor I placed two lights one on top of the other on both the left and right and one light directly above. I used G870 at full, G870 at full, G870 at 75%, G870 at 50%, and G870 at 50%