PLEASE VIEW SBS AND HIGH REZ :) (5 years and 1138 days ago)
i wish you would have made the line on the right dissapear perhaps you could use smudge for that
Try to use the stamp tool and clone the right side where the line is to get rid of it..or when creating your little planet, make sure the end of the pic on the left is on the same line with the end on the right, straighten it if not, cos in your sbs looks slightly off..... Nicely done, great mood GL !!!
ill fix that now you guys. thanks!!!!!
all fixed you guys
Nice image, I should go back to the same spot and get a full 360deg version for this.
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(5 years and 1173 days ago)
Good setting for a nice work. Good luck author.
Nice mood and colors. love the idea
Used only Photoshop (5 years and 1275 days ago)
I think I know whose work this is... Very eye catching.... GL...
The images of the terrain, were done in Terragen, a program that renders terrains like the ones I used here. The images are mine. (5 years and 1279 days ago)
very moody scene author...planets looks awesome...best of luck
Thanks again Erathion.
Blue and dreamy, love it!
(5 years and 1281 days ago)
the simple shadow you placed under the saucer would help the little guys you created, (a little gauss would help) a soft burn brush over the saucer's lower edges could aid in the thickening of the ship (giving it density) (dodging the top accordingly) but then it would become my creation and not yours... the cartoonish effect is done quite well, if you wish to bridge into a more dense image, go for it with my suggestions, but I do love the fact this is recognizable as your own.. GOOD LUCK (and as always.. IMHO)
EDIT: the easiest way I find to manipulate gaussian blur is to go full tilt, open a layer underneath the little ships and draw a very flat oval, fill it with black. Go to Guass blur and just move the slide bar til the edges blur nicely (keep it as dark as it is, you can always reduce opacity later... place the disk under one of the little ships and align it with the size moving it back and forth til it looks good (Use scale to make the size right) then just play with the opacity till it looks well blended (You may have to gently burn the bottom of the ships so it blend well (next time you are driving down the road look at the shadows cars cast on the road, you'll see that it's darker directly under the car and where the wheels meet the road then the rest of the area (that's a guass blur..also the wheels them self will be darker just at the edge where it touches the road (sometimes the exact same color) it's an easy way to create realism.. and to ground and object so it doesn't look pasted on)
Good Luck.. !! and good job
Thanks Drivenslush I just redid look any better ? hey give me all the comments you want Thats how some of us learn Now I have to ask on gaussain blur I always did 3 but now I have it up to 6 was I to low on it plus tried what you said in comment...Thanks
The start pic for the planet surface is a brilliant choice. I would adjust the sky and the ground differently (as the sky result is great while the ground is washed out and kind of flat). The cartoon spaceship and aliens on a realistic background is a valid artistic choice. I think the shadows should be stronger, however, especially where the cartoon elements touch the ground so they don't look like they're floating. The spaceship landing struts should cast shadows plus the underside of the spaceship should be shadowed as well as the aliens' crotches and wheel tops.
Thanks all Here is another redo
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