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Old Jan 8, 2004, 2:18 PM   #1
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Default planet :) made from scratch

Here is something I made in Photoshop.....it doesn't really have anything to do with digicams....but it is very cool and thought you might like it....i like making stuff with photoshop ....
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Old Jan 10, 2004, 10:50 AM   #2
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the planet looks a little "pixelly" because of the saving it with Jpeg and that i added a texture to the planet....
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Old Jan 12, 2004, 1:17 AM   #3
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Nice work...

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Would make a nice background for a superimposed image of Superman! I like it.
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Old Jan 12, 2004, 9:46 AM   #5
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Nicely done...... not an easy job in PS :shock:
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Old Jan 12, 2004, 9:57 AM   #6
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once you get used to how to do things in PS it isn't that bad
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Old Jan 15, 2004, 2:00 AM   #7
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Great render. Have you given thought to trying your hand out on 3-D software? If you like creating images such as you've shown here...I would think you'd have a ball with a 3-D program.
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wat are some good ones? it would be fun but would be a whole other program to learn........sounds cool though.....can trade back and forth.....
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pbv,

The software that was highly recommended to me, for which I have and yet to use is: Newtek Inspire 3-D. Newtek has the Lightwave line (pro) but is very expensive. From what I gather, the Inspire 3-D is an excellent introduction into 3-D and the mini brother to one of the Lighwave versions.

More of the least expensive programs: Amorphium Pro, Carrara, Bryce and I think TrueSpace has a free, downloadable version out. There are other, more expensive programs out there but you wouldn't want to start with them, I don't think.


Here you can see images created by 3-D users:
http://www.renderosity.com/gallery.e...p;WhatsNew=Yes

While at the above site, if you scroll down to "Forums" , you will see a dropdown menu for users having different 3-D programs. This will give you an idea of what's out there.
Then, if you are curious...you can check out the independent software sites.

Such as, TrueSpace:
http://www.caligari.com/gallery/Imag...p?Cate=GImages

Lightwave:
http://asp.newtek.com/products/light...ery.asp?f=rank

Bryce:
http://watchfuleye.com/selectgallery.html

Maya:
http://www.alias.com/eng/community/image_gallery/index.jhtml;$sessionid$14YZOLGUOTOLZQCLCWSCFEWAJMK 0KIV0


Fun to check out, at least. Some images...enough to make your jaw drop :shock:
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