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Trekker47

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    On an away mission near Vulcan.
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    Star Trek, reading, paint dot net :)
  1. Made this one a few days ago, almost entirely pdn, but I felt it lacked something, so the planet is borrowed from elsewhere and edited in photoshop. http://i.imgur.com/hqdTfwr.png
  2. I do actually, but I'm an utter noob at 3-D rendering so it's not much to look at Still very much in the learning process, I might post it sometime though, who knows. Thanks for the reply!
  3. This tutorial is available as a PDF. Click here to view or download it Having spent some time searching the internet for a guide to making something like a starship hull texture, I came up with pretty much nothing. Maybe I'm just bad at searching, but either way I decided to make my own. It's my first tutorial, so if anyone has any advice or criticism I'd appreciate it. This is the texture we're going to create: I did mine on a 2000x2000 pixel canvas, since I intend on using it, but of course it works fine on a smaller one too. (I'll put future imag
  4. Amazing tutorial, thanks a lot I never knew dents could be so helpful! I didn't try the city part, but might well the next time I have a go at making a planet. Would be awesome if you did some more tutorials, particularly planet textures if you ever have the time. My result after messing around a bit, going to leave it as my wallpaper for a while. (some day I'll figure out how to put in thumbnails...) http://i1124.photobucket.com/albums/l571/Trekker47/spacefire_zps7de70387.png?t=1367833586
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