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Perhaps it doesn't worth a tutorial.

Start with something like this:

Ring.jpg

Apply Shape3d with half sphere map and a little vertical radius. Then play with various light settings. Finally create the other half by using a simpler texture.

If you know in advance which color you will use for the environment you can include it in the texture. I choosed the color only at the end of the work... so my picture it is not so good.

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Pyjo.

Note: this is NOT a tutorial. Please don't blame me for having posted this message in the wrong place.

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It would be fun , otherwise the whole pictorium is ruined ... its not for posting lots of votes

its for posting images...

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i've tried everything but i cant fix the swoosh

....

i just simply feather this one more than once. any better?

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I did this without any plugin. I duplicated the layer and applied motion blur with different angles, then faded with gradient in transparency mode.

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Bye,

Pyjo

yes, motion blur can definitely help sometimes. i used it with aurora effect before. but nobody seemed to care about that topic anymore since.

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Took a picture of a friend of mine throwing away something...

th_IMG_0533.jpg <-- clickable

.. and edited it a bit.

th_Bjrntalertilmassene.png <-- clickable

th_Bjrnraserskogen.png <-- clickable

Could have done a better job cutting out, but it was in the middle of the night so didn't really feel like it :P

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Nice one, jerkfight. :wink:

Thanks it has 13 layers i think, my first relistic art.

Deviantart Worthy?

I think it's just about there. Personally, I would change the angle (if you can) so that more of the face is visible. A nice background and shadow (and possibly a reflection, depending on the 'situation') always help it come together too.

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