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Excellent texture on the planet, however I see some feathering issues on the atmosphere on the right side of the planet. If you duplicated and flattened the layer until there were no semi-transparent pixels, (or use the Aias Plugin) and then run feather, the outcome would be better.

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Excellent texture on the planet, however I see some feathering issues on the atmosphere on the right side of the planet. If you duplicated and flattened the layer until there were no semi-transparent pixels, (or use the Aias Plugin) and then run feather, the outcome would be better.

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th_RealisticPlanetandMoon.jpg

Excellent texture on the planet, however I see some feathering issues on the atmosphere on the right side of the planet. If you duplicated and flattened the layer until there were no semi-transparent pixels, (or use the Aias Plugin) and then run feather, the outcome would be better.

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th_RealisticPlanetandMoon.jpg

Excellent texture on the planet, however I see some feathering issues on the atmosphere on the right side of the planet. If you duplicated and flattened the layer until there were no semi-transparent pixels, (or use the Aias Plugin) and then run feather, the outcome would be better.

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th_RealisticPlanetandMoon.jpg

Excellent texture on the planet, however I see some feathering issues on the atmosphere on the right side of the planet. If you duplicated and flattened the layer until there were no semi-transparent pixels, (or use the Aias Plugin) and then run feather, the outcome would be better.

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You could then reselect the edges of the planet (going a bit into space) and run a radial blur at like - 1 px, which should help smoothen out the planet.

Of course, I'm assuming since you've flattened this piece that you're calling it good, so... maybe next time :)

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You could then reselect the edges of the planet (going a bit into space) and run a radial blur at like - 1 px, which should help smoothen out the planet.

Of course, I'm assuming since you've flattened this piece that you're calling it good, so... maybe next time :)

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You could then reselect the edges of the planet (going a bit into space) and run a radial blur at like - 1 px, which should help smoothen out the planet.

Of course, I'm assuming since you've flattened this piece that you're calling it good, so... maybe next time :)

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You could then reselect the edges of the planet (going a bit into space) and run a radial blur at like - 1 px, which should help smoothen out the planet.

Of course, I'm assuming since you've flattened this piece that you're calling it good, so... maybe next time :)

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You could then reselect the edges of the planet (going a bit into space) and run a radial blur at like - 1 px, which should help smoothen out the planet.

Of course, I'm assuming since you've flattened this piece that you're calling it good, so... maybe next time :)

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