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  1. I have a question. When i save the animation and play it back, the entire frame seems to go up by ten pixels and a white bar appears at the bottom for a fraction of a second when the animation repeats. Is this normal? I've saved the file as .gif, and everything else works correctly. Please note that this is an 800x600 20-frame animation.

  2. Does anyone here have any recommendations or know of a tutorial that explains how to make an earth-like cloud effect? I'm trying to make a realistic picture of the planet. I'm pretty much on board with the textures and blurs, but i never know how to make a selection to fill in that looks like real, Terran clouds. Anyone got any ideas?

    If I'm not being specific enough, feel free to ask more about this topic.

  3. "The Planet Earth"

    ThePlanetEarth.png

    This pic was made from the following 2 images(source-Galactic Civilizations 2:Dread Lords planet maps):

    Earth's map:

    earth.png

    And Luna's(the moon's) map:

    C09.png

    The clouds were made by getting a selection from a real picture of Earth's clouds and rendering the cloud effect in with some blurs.

  4. "The Planet Earth"

    ThePlanetEarth.png

    This pic was made from the following 2 images(source-Galactic Civilizations 2:Dread Lords planet maps):

    Earth's map:

    earth.png

    And Luna's(the moon's) map:

    C09.png

    The clouds were made by getting a selection from a real picture of Earth's clouds and rendering the cloud effect in with some blurs.

    You can find an awesome tutorial on making planets here:

    http://paintdotnet.forumer.com/viewtopic.php?f=31&t=31472&hilit=planets

    This image is also in my gallery:

    http://paintdotnet.forumer.com/viewtopic.php?f=26&t=32872

  5. Hey, this may sound weird, but I've recently been following some tutorials and they frequently ask to run Gaussian blur on individual layers. Is it possible to implement a control on the layer properties box that allows you to blur the selected layer without affecting the others? Perhaps this could be implemented in a future release?

  6. I have decided that the title shall change no more. Contest, battle, call it whatever you want, but if this thread is not locked, it shall simply be a topic to post any space pictures that you like & want to share with the forum. We're not here to wage WW3, but think of it as a bulletin for those who hobby the cosmos.

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