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Clouds and Moons Tutorial by meta474 Clouds and Moons Tutorial by meta474
A tutorial that explains to a medium level of precision the creation of my piece "Lunar." This tutorial does not go into 100% detail, to prevent mindless completion and publishing of the product, but it does cover the techniques and methods used to create both the cloud bank and the day-sky moon crescents.

Comments appreciated.
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Gaishin-Stables Featured By Owner Sep 4, 2008   Digital Artist
used your tutorial here [link]
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penguGFX Featured By Owner Mar 24, 2006   Photographer
ya its nice but it sais in the title how to make the moon it doesn't tell you at all how to make the moon it tells you to go find a tutorial which sucks,
so i've finally found a cool moon tutorial and the part which covers the moon just sais go find a tutorial.
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jaakobou Featured By Owner May 3, 2005
hey man, this is a great tutorial and the club would love to post it
if you'd like that .. u can send a link to the club and i'll take care of it

if u'd like to make a preview image that's also great, otherwise i'll cook something up

cheers
jaako
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morggey Featured By Owner Aug 28, 2004
Some great ideas here. :) I rarely use stock photos, but then again my clouds stink. So I may use this technique in the future! :D Thanks for the tutorial, I think it will help me a lot. I like the vagueness, too... encourages people to think for themselves. ;P
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phantompanther Featured By Owner Jun 9, 2004
Wow, that's great! :clap:
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:iconnadril:
Nadril Featured By Owner Jun 8, 2004
awsome awsome awsome :) gotta try this out, could definitly help me on my space scenes :D
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jakesmash Featured By Owner May 30, 2004
Excellent tutorial man, I loved it. I made an image using it, you can check it out if you want.
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AidenVenis Featured By Owner May 26, 2004  Student Interface Designer
Nice tutorial! This could be usefull one day! Thanks!
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Ladyofspira Featured By Owner May 26, 2004  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Sweeeet!! Thanks a bunch for sharing:glomp:
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duris Featured By Owner May 26, 2004  Hobbyist
Excellent tutorial.
Thanks for sharing :)
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celtic-rain Featured By Owner May 26, 2004
ooh... i wish i had more time!!!!! every time i open cs i get so frustrated i just close everything... i was so used to ps6 or whatever it was on my old pc that i just can't get the hang of cs yet.... but this helps, ty
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cosmicbound Featured By Owner May 25, 2004
yes well, nice & basic ;)
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bullseyepimp Featured By Owner May 25, 2004
nice tutorial, thanks for sharing how you did that ;)
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destinationhell Featured By Owner May 25, 2004
very nice cloud effect. i thought thats how u made those awesome clouds but i wasnt sure
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Mr-Frenzy Featured By Owner May 25, 2004  Professional Digital Artist
mm, tnx for sharing your technique with us bro, great job on the tutorial
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ArtOfKings Featured By Owner May 25, 2004   Digital Artist
Nice Tutorial....maybe i should do some nebular tuts.... i will see
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acidround Featured By Owner May 25, 2004  Hobbyist Digital Artist
:clap: that's cool, man. I wasn't sure if what I was doing was what others were doing as well. We think alike you and I. :thumbsup:
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avireX Featured By Owner May 25, 2004  Hobbyist Photographer
good for beginners but not 4 me :)
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vissroid Featured By Owner May 25, 2004
Woo!

I was wonderin a lil bit on those clouds...lol


they looked absolutley real but I could also sware they were drawn too...lol...looks like I was right both ways...heh

This gave me some help some on a couple of things(the clouds part) ThanX! and love the work as always!
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wraithslayer Featured By Owner May 25, 2004  Hobbyist Photographer
Wow! I will definitely have to try this. Question, how well could this work with one of my sunset shots? I don't think I could do something quite like this with them, but what do you think?
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meta474 Featured By Owner May 25, 2004   Photographer
Sure, it's all in how you color the sky gradient behind the clouds. You could easily do a sunset shot with this, although having a planet in the same shot as the sun might be a bit difficult to do correctly.
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wraithslayer Featured By Owner May 25, 2004  Hobbyist Photographer
I hadn't even thought of that! Hmmmm....
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c4rri3 Featured By Owner May 24, 2004
Damn, you really went all out on this one :nod:

:hug:
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halon0ne Featured By Owner May 24, 2004   Interface Designer
wow pretty nice, may just use this one day
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