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Urnemanden

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    2D & 3D Graphics, Nature & Branches, Photographing & Recording Videos. I am doing most multi-media & I love it!

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  1. That's a very nice result minner! Do you remember how you created the "texture"/reflection/color blend each letter has?
  2. My own try on this one. Great tutorial, thank you!
  3. Thanks, this tutorial taught me a good use of Alpha Mask and the outcome was very interesting!
  4. Much better! I didn't think that the background actually were trees, sorry if I've used misleading words. Could you possibly PM me the tree background? I would like to have a closer look into how it was made. I might try do a background similar tomorrow then, if I may?
  5. iWood Good quality and very realistic wood pieces! I wonder how you do them? The picture is implemented very well into the wood, but I find the head's outline a little too sharp. In contrast to the wood's dark and soft surface, the light spots on her face looks a little bit aliased from long distance. Of course, this is a minor issue, overall I like that picture a lot - especially the big head, due to its not as transparent skin.
  6. A picture I somehow created some time ago.
  7. Nice tutorial! The way you explain everything step by step, makes it easy to give extra touches to the results. What started with being a planet ended up as a "Monstor" from a golden black hole. I call my picture "Gold-dust" The structure of the basic output is also very easy to create a seamless skymap of. For the future I think I'll use it if I'm going to create a outer-space track someday. Thank you!
  8. Is currently using Paint.NET to create textures for a Swamp.

  9. Try eventually to add a "phong" in the Shape3D Settings to show the planet reflecting the sunshine. Eventually some relief or height field to normal could give the planet a less flat look as well.
  10. Talking about colors, I didn't use the HEX Decimals you were using, since I wanted something more home-made. So what I did was that I took the colors you are mentioning and then I am finding a color close enough to it instead. But in the end the colors began to look boring, especially because I somehow didn't end up with thoose "light-stripes" from the gradient bars, like you. PM me when your back from holidays and let's go thru it all. It would be great to learn how to do this correctly
  11. Talking about colors, I didn't use the HEX Decimals you were using, since I wanted something more home-made. So what I did was that I took the colors you are mentioning and then I am finding a color close enough to it instead. But in the end the colors began to look boring, especially because I somehow didn't end up with thoose "light-stripes" from the gradient bars, like you. PM me when your back from holidays and let's go thru it all. It would be great to learn how to do this correctly
  12. Talking about colors, I didn't use the HEX Decimals you were using, since I wanted something more home-made. So what I did was that I took the colors you are mentioning and then I am finding a color close enough to it instead. But in the end the colors began to look boring, especially because I somehow didn't end up with thoose "light-stripes" from the gradient bars, like you. PM me when your back from holidays and let's go thru it all. It would be great to learn how to do this correctly
  13. Talking about colors, I didn't use the HEX Decimals you were using, since I wanted something more home-made. So what I did was that I took the colors you are mentioning and then I am finding a color close enough to it instead. But in the end the colors began to look boring, especially because I somehow didn't end up with thoose "light-stripes" from the gradient bars, like you. PM me when your back from holidays and let's go thru it all. It would be great to learn how to do this correctly
  14. Talking about colors, I didn't use the HEX Decimals you were using, since I wanted something more home-made. So what I did was that I took the colors you are mentioning and then I am finding a color close enough to it instead. But in the end the colors began to look boring, especially because I somehow didn't end up with thoose "light-stripes" from the gradient bars, like you. PM me when your back from holidays and let's go thru it all. It would be great to learn how to do this correctly
  15. Here is my try. I didn't find this tutorial easy at all, actually I was quite depressed after trying the 4th time with no succes. So I decided to do some of the stuff in my own way. I fixed the awful colors I ended up with using layer experimenting and then I did the moving manually because I had problems with the align. As some extra stuff I added some shadows to improve the realisticness. That's what I ended up with: Thanks for this great tutorial, Oma. It also helped me in a lot of other ways. Well, I guess I just need a little more practice before I some day can make a branch with leave
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