Falken

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  1. Beautiful picture Olav , it is amazing for being 100% paint.net. PyschoHarmonic- Nice one, that glow is pretty sweet. A pretty damn good piece for a new Pdner Haven't been on this forum for a while . Here are some of my pieces that I've got on deviantart: All 100% paint.net
  2. Thanks for the comments guys, really appreciated Here's a WIP for a realistic planet Im making:
  3. Nice planets The glow actually looked pretty good on the first one, I think what Leron was trying to say was that there is no lighting on it yet. Here's a very quick demonstration on how I do lava planets I usually find the best way to create lava planets is to have 2 textures, one for the rock: And one for the little lava cracks: Use shape3D on them separately and make the cracks visibly show up in the dark areas of the planet. Play around with the settings a bit and maybe add some glow to the lava Hope this helps
  4. Congrats Yellowman, and Hexratt, those temple things are a nice idea
  5. Awesome Welshblue, love the background, is it an edited version of another day gone? those muted out colours give a nice atmosphere. (I've already Faved it on Deviantart) Here is my most recent spacescape, Don't Fail Me Now:
  6. Just plain beautiful <-(Green with envy). The background is stunning and the planets are perfect I just love the little planet-(did some of the texture come from an Australia satellite image?)
  7. Very sweet looking image , the only problem I have with it at the moment is the bottom glow, it looks way too bright and draws all of the attention away from the other planet.
  8. Yeah, I've never been able to make lone nebulae, I normally just add them in with the stars . Wait, why rings?
  9. You're making some nice progress with your nebulae , keep on at it Jerry (I especially like the red one). Lots of layers and blending modes like overlay and screen are very important when creating a nebula.
  10. Nice new sig Flip , looking very crisp. I just don't like those little dots, they don't fit in very much with the rest of it.
  11. Congrats Sharp, haven't seen you post for a while I'll enter with my current:
  12. Finally, Finished After around 8 hours of working on this piece I'm itching to get onto something else Layer count: over 35 100% paint.net
  13. Whoops, sorry about that Kemaru, I didn't realize no one commented on your work. I love how the light on the ball actually looks realistic, it starts off red then loses it's colour gradually, I also love how the yellow in the background brings the ball out of the picture and gives it some depth. Did you create that lighting manually, or did you use shape 3-D to create it?