The following planets were created using textures generated with default templates in Textures for Planets. Check out our blog post on how to create your own theme.
The terrestrial planet has polar caps, continents, oceans, and wispy clouds that randomly circle the planet.
Storms swirl on the gaseous surface of this massive planet.
Volcanoes and tectonic cracks leak magma onto the forming surface of this violent world.
Just a rock with crater marks.
A paradise for birds and small reptiles, the wetlands world is green marshland and blue water.
A warm grassland world covered with blue oceans, clouds, and savannah.
Too hot for much, this planet is a desert except at the poles which harbour several green and blue oasis regions.
This oceanic paradise hosts several main islands with tropical plants and miles of beach.
Clouds of sulphuric acid shroud this hot planet doomed by its runaway greenhouse effect.
Covered in water, mud, and dense jungle this planet teams with life.
Wild steppes stretch from polar cap to polar cap in this chillier version of Earth.
Orbiting far from its sun this ice planet or moon is cracked and cratered.
Swirling terrestrial cloud systems can be rendered on their own or layered on surface textures.
With cooling continents and warm oceans the primordial life starts to spread.
This tropical world has warm oceans and lush green vegetation.
Dull dirt and rock cover the ground, not much to see here.
This dry and lifeless planet is too small and too far from its sun for oceans and an atmosphere.
The dark coloured land plants absorb infraded light on this small planet orbiting close to a red dwarf sun.
This mountain world has green valleys, lakes, and snow peaks.