Red ochre

Seascape - rough seas using Furblur

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The picture is not of me, but by you. 
My picture is below.

 

Red ochre! Up here worked very well. Rotate / Zoom .. more is not.  

My picture does not look, but above and very small.

More often times tried without success.

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Looks good so far!

Are you stuck at step 22 Seerose?

From here you set the Primary Color to around R = 30,G = 55,B = 59.
Then use Effects/Render/Clouds to make a sky layer behind the sea.
Then use Rotate/Zoom to give perspective to the clouds.
Lastly add some sea mist and a 'Vignette' effect using Gradients Galore on new layers.

I hope that helps
If not - please try to explain what you do not understand. ;)

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It looks like Rotate/Zoom is different in Pdn4! :/

The tutorial was written using Pdn3.5.11.
The 'globe' control looks to be the other way round in Pdn4? (notice the globe control screen shot in both)
The numbers you have entered are correct and give the correct results using Pdn3.5.11 - but seem wrong for Pdn4?
I do not have Pdn4, so cannot test.
Try changing the '90,00' into '-90.00' and reducing the '54,94', till it looks like my result?

Perhaps someone running Pdn4 could give Seerose the correct settings for Rotate/zoom at step 22 - please?

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It looks like Rotate/Zoom is different in Pdn4! :/

 

 
Yes, I thought I should use it. Thanks for your help. I have version 4.0.3 3hkjxt6b.gif
 
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*I hope this helps someone because it certainly helped me.
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Hi Sqwidd - welcome to the forum!

You've made a great job of the tutorial. The misty moon really adds to the scene.
Thanks for posting the image and for saying thanks! ;)

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Good work Skull' - clouds and sea look good, great textures! and the rain and lightening are very well done too! B)

The ship may possibly cast a tiny subtle shadow from the bottom of the hull towards the lower lefthand corner?
Even add a small 'wake' and bow wave?
It may help it blend into the scene better - but only a thought - not a criticism! ;)
Possibly move it slightly upwards towards the horizon? ... and seagulls!... maybe an albatross!! :D

Then again, I like it the way it is!

Many thanks for posting the image. :beer:

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You're welcome Red!

 

Woodsy and I are hard at work restoring as many tuts as we can. I couldn't do this without his help. He is an awesome assistant (and doing most of the work).

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First attempt: failed at stage 12. Started playing with the settings and made this one instead (FurBlur rules).

 

Second attempt (right now): check.

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I think people who invent things like that are out of this planet a bit :jark:

 

PS. Thanks to @Seerose as well - for helping to figure out the 4+ version differences. The Rotate/Zoom has changed again ever since and I still cannot believe I've done it.

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On 1/8/2014 at 12:32 AM, HELEN said:

Echoing barbie's congratulatory words. Congrats, Welsh and doughty! Unbelievably great tutorial and such amazing results from all of you

 

I'd forgotten mine was there.  Another that's gone too, from a quick peek ... like life I'm slowly disappearing 😂

 

I'd forgotten how good this tutorial is, and some of the amazing results I'll have to give it another try. 

I miss HELEN as a person and as an artist

 

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Well done Vagabondi (for both images).🙂

 

Thanks for posting WB.😉

 

The tutorial s quite old and 'Rotate and Zoom' might not be exactly as the tut' settings. A alternative would be to use my (& MJW's) 'Aardvark' plugin. Use the tilt angle control. It allows much higher sampling rates and 'quality' but can be slow because of that. Move the samples slider to 'quick' whilst getting the settings right then return to high quality before rendering. Experiment!

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