Hey, I hope you hit back with a good screenshot portal, at least with sections associated to various blog posts, topics or Twitter periods! It’s no fun to scramble around Twitter and various Blogspots to access your pictures. I hope I’ve made myself clear: I don’t mean just your best representative pictures, but also your work-in-progress and old stuff! Associative labels will do the job.
It’d still be a good idea to have an official gallery, if for no other reason than to help I-Novae look more professional. Not only that, but it also makes it more likely for searches to lead to THIS site, since everything would be centralized.
Infinity-game is an unofficial fan-site and it’s not even completely up to date (there is a whole slew of images that have been released that are missing).
or any of the other half-dozen official in-engine renders and screenshots on this thread:
or the multitude of official in-progress renders of this ship:
Heck, the concept art alone that’s been released could bulk the 2013 section of that gallery to at least half again its current size.
There is a TON of media out there, officially released by the devs, that’s missing from that gallery. It’s not up to date. I doubt that there’s anything in that gallery that hadn’t already been released before the old site got hacked. Some can be excused; after all, some of it is only days old. But there’s stuff that’s been out for over a month that’s missing from that gallery
It’s not up to date and it’s obviously not maintained. Either there’s no one maintaining it, or the person who’s job it is to do so is either not paying attention, or is completely ignorant of the existence of this site in the first place (and, thus, the incompleteness of the gallery), despite it being around since at least October.
Problems that would not exist were there an official, dev-run gallery.
I’m not understanding the “question” you’re bringing up… Is this a matter of your opinion on what the light shining through that atmo “should” look like? If it’s not just your opinion, do you have some information to share with us on why it looks “wrong”?
Well, apparently (source) it’s possible to calculate an exoplanet’s mass by exactly how sunshine passes through it’s atmosphere seen from lightyears away, so I’d say there’s probably a certain variation in what planets look like from ‘behind’.