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Close Up Planet Walkthrough by Baro Close Up Planet Walkthrough by Baro
Okay then, as requested by a few, here's a walkthrough on how i created the close up planet from my pic "Stagelight" [link] .

It is a psd file in a .rar archive. you will need WinRar to unzip it.
the file itself contains a walkthrough of the creation of the planet in 9 steps, plus the scaled down texture + explanations.

I chose to do it in .psd cause you will more easily see what has changed when blending layers in and out, rather than just switching through pictures.

have fun :).
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kibblesticks Apr 13, 2013  Student Digital Artist
Thanks very much for this, used it here: [link]
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BlakeZ Mar 31, 2013  Student Digital Artist
Thankyou very much!
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:iconlinstock:
Thanks so much for this. I really look forward to seeing how you made this beautiful piece.
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:iconcaleb323:
Do you have a link for the texture you used?
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:icongcuk:
Used your tutorial again here [link] . Thanx again
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:iconbaro:
Glad i could help!
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:icongcuk:
Thanks lot for the great tutorial. Used here [link]
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Aeryzias Aug 19, 2012  Professional Digital Artist
Very professional.
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XSereneiX May 31, 2012  Student Digital Artist
Thanks for the guide, but the first step I found confusing. I would assume after you do the "perspective" move you just crop the shape into a triangle instead of a trapezoid so it looks like a close up planet, the next step I did use was select the trinagled texture and hit "Shear" and played with it a little to make it a bit more like a semi-close up sphere.
Overall good guide, but the first step was a bit confusing.
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