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100% Paint.net Planet Tutorial

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dont put yourself down man! I think its great! I use most of it as a base for all my planets. Yes i have picked up/learnt/made up new techniques to amplify my planets but at the core if it i use your tutorial :)

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That is a really nice tutorial :D

but i am facing some difficulties despite that... i really dont get how to make the inner and outer glow on the planet

you mentioned to blur the inner layer but i really want to know what kind of blur and to which part of the picture because when i do the blur and then delete the selection nothing happens ( it doesnt get that good inner glow) :(

thnx

and sry if this isnt where you post questions

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i am guessing that is Guassian Blur because apparently i dont have that kind of icon :?

yeah it's gaussian blur. It changed because of the new update, 3.51... and all the icon graphics changed.

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When you blur the outside of the planet, you don't want anything selected. After it's done blurring, select the outside of the planet and press delete on the blurred layer.

Make sense? Or more clarification.

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ah! thnx that made more sense. i guess i was getting confused with what i select and maybe there made my mistake.

yet... i still couldnt get throught the full tutorial (i never really follow tutorials to the end because i dont get similar results) so i tweeked it (like i always do with other tutorials) and this is what i got :Down:

i just messed with the layer options and the color thin

Really a brilliant tutorial

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Hi,

I tried this and here is my result -

purpleplanet.jpg

I had some trouble with the glow part. For some reason I didn't really understand it, but I think I was having several stupid moments. I shall have another go later and see if I can do any better.

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