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  1. Wow, a sticky! Thanks, EER, that's awesome I'll see what I can do about PDF'ing it, though I'll admit I don't know the first thing about how to even go about doing it. Never too late to learn, though. (And yes, 'tis quite an interesting Windows theme. Custom XP theme, forgot where I got it, though I believe it's called 'Concave Dark' or something like that.) And no, I haven't tried Alpha Masking it... Hmm, that just might work. To the Batcave! Drawing Board!
  2. Yeah, the shores are in the top three of the things that I still want to improve upon. I can't seem to emulate realistic shores without it looking weird. The other two are the general shape of the planet (In comparison to, say, pr0 photoshop planets, it looks a lot smaller) and the clouds. The clouds never look perfect. But, hey, looks cool anyways, even if it's not completely photo-realistic. Gettin' there, too, I hope.
  3. This excellent tutorial is available for free download as a PDF. Click here to open or download the PDF So, I was looking back at my old Advancedish Planet tutorial, and I realized with a start that it is two years old. Wow. It seems like only a couple months ago. Where did all that time go? Well, wherever it went, I spent it advancing, improving, and otherwise adding more realism and/or coolism to that planetsculpting technique. So, since it's become a quite a bit better, I figured I'd share it with the rest of you. I hadn't realized how much work it would be. If they
  4. I've been experimenting with this same technique recently, I didn't know someone else had already thought of it Nice work, though I would suggest setting the lights layer to additive, you won't see those black dots on the bright side.
  5. Very nice tutorial. I dunno why I'd never thought of using the transparency gradiant thing or making the inner glow big and the outer one really tiny. It looks really great. Anyway, here's my result: Used my own texture, and threw in some more stuff as I went along. xD The glowing dots on the planet are s'posed to look like cities.
  6. Wow, this is great. Here's my go: There's a noticeable line through the midsections of the trees on the left, I've no idea how that got there. I'll fix it next time I use this technique (which I definitely will be xP)
  7. Thanks for the replies :3 I especially love that animated spinning one, IOException, how the heck did you do that? I tried to do something like that, but I failed miserably. xD
  8. This tutorial is available as a PDF. Click here to view or download it Plugins required: Shape3D Random Lines (Optional) Anti-Alias (Optional) Outline Object (Optional) Part 1 - The Continents First, create a new canvas, preferably with your monitor's resolution. In this case, 1280x800. You may also wish to make a perfectly square canvas, using the smaller number of your resolution. Meaning, if you have 1280x800 resolution, you should make the canvas 800x800. Next, keeping the default black and white, Render some clouds. (Effects>Render>Clouds) Keep the roughness at de
  9. Amazing Tutorial. Just what I needed. ^_^
  10. http://i233.photobucket.com/albums/ee83/ccline3/Olaria.jpg I'm too lazy to resize the image right now, so there's a link. <_< I had some trouble getting the sun to work right, so I had to shrink it... EDIT: http://i233.photobucket.com/albums/ee83/ccline3/Dadplanetv2.jpg My second attempt, again too lazy to resize it. Something happened to the stars in some places, but I still like it. EDIT 2: I like this one a lot.
  11. xD Oh, I have, and it is better then XP, but I still like XP. Mostly because I don't have 7. Yet.
  12. I made the sig first, but I decided to make a wallpaper, too... XP still rox. ^_^
  13. My apologies. <_< What happened was at the exact same time, while you changed it to a url, I already was editing it for a minor typo, and still had the codes on it. Exactly after you modified it to url, not knowing that you'd done so, I clicked modify, which had the original message as well as the typo fix. I wasn't deliberately changing it back to image codes to just to bug you. Sorry for any misunderstanding. -__-
  14. Wow, very cool tutorial. o_o Here's my attempt: Hidden Content: http://i233.photobucket.com/albums/ee83/ccline3/TheFLOATINGGlobeofPOWAH.jpg The water-ripple-reflect thing didn't work out exactly as I'd hoped, but it looks pretty good anyhow, methinks. EDIT: Wow, I didn't know there was an actual ripple effect plugin. It looks waaaaaaaay better. Also added a bit of a glow to it.
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