This model would fit perfectly into a project I'm currently working on. Together with other models (Jupiter, Mars, Saturn) from the solar system collection. I do love the exaggerations in the surface structures. It does give the models a more "tactile" feel.
Why the negative rating? Well, the surface structures are somehow flipped. It's though not just a question of rotating the moon right way up. Somewhere somehow in the process of making the model (it is actually true for all but Earth in the solar system collection) the surface structures got flipped and/or mirrored. It is best visible with the Jupiter model. The big red spot and the little white spot should be at the bottom of the globe. Where the big red spot is bottom left and the little white spot is bottom right. (I'm following the standard convention of pointing north up.)
In this moon model it is best visible comparing the near side of the moon with pictures from NASA.
Pity, because I would have really loved to use this model.
Moon High Poly
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