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Up & Beyond

By JONTHELENS
I am after improving so any advice will be great.
Done in photoshop, The planets were done using textures dodge and burn tools outer and inner glow except the rings, i used clouds, twirl and free transform. The small stars i used add noise and the bigger onces i used lens flare 105mm and stretched them, duplicated and rotated. The Nebula was done with clouds filter and i drew the colours and depth i wanted ( did my head in doing it manually without a pen just the mouse) and the use of the clone tool.
Birds,clouds and sea all added from DA.

I would probably of carried on upwards but i am scarred of heights. LOL
jon

Tags: General Clouds Rock Space Digitally manipulated Rings Star Planet Gas Nebula

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14 Aug 2008 2:43PM
A really imaginative and striking image and a very unusual format - nice work! I might be tempted to move the ringed planet a little higher, but others might disagree.
Chris

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peely 9 13 England
14 Aug 2008 2:44PM
Just been looking at your portfolio, i think you can give me and everybody else lessons in photoshop, great work.
Mikelane 9 1 Wales
14 Aug 2008 2:51PM

Quote:A really imaginative and striking image and a very unusual format - nice work! I might be tempted to move the ringed planet a little higher, but others might disagree.
Chris

well manipulated regards
Mike
ugly Plus
8 9 57 United Kingdom
14 Aug 2008 3:07PM
You have a magic touch in photoshop....
This works very well....
The letter box keeps it nice and tight.
Well done...
comma 8 108 6 United Kingdom
14 Aug 2008 9:07PM
Like this very much
dasantillo 11 231 1 Wales
15 Aug 2008 7:31PM
Fantastic, I like it a lot! Being really picky, have you tried the two planets slightly further apart as they might look a teeny bit crowded.
pamelajean Plus
10 969 1846 United Kingdom
15 Aug 2008 9:58PM
What a great idea and unusual format, like your work.
G73photography 10 417 15 United Kingdom
16 Aug 2008 6:09PM
looks a good creation, id bet tempted make the white border thinner as it does tend to distract a little bit form the whole apsect of the image, G
JONTHELENS 9 34 United Kingdom
18 Aug 2008 8:12AM
Thanks for all you feed back.

jon
DaveU Plus
10 1.3k 123 England
27 Aug 2008 2:57PM
Concept and execution both first-class. The nebulae don't look particularly real but I don't think that matters. Just a very fine piece of digital art.
fishing 8 2
31 Aug 2008 9:33PM
Lovely.

regards

Sue
JONTHELENS 9 34 United Kingdom
3 Sep 2008 8:07PM
Thanks for the feed back.

Dave, i found the nebula the hardest thing and hopefully i might get a bit nearer to the look i really want, A big thanks again Dave.

WOW, Thanks for the feed back Steve. Its going to boost my confidence alot as i do lack that.

jon
Milla 8 7 2 United Kingdom
18 Sep 2008 2:58PM
You just keep getting better and better at these, great piece.
Mynett 8 142 6 United Kingdom
15 Oct 2008 4:49PM
Amazing piece of work must have taken hours and hours, Lovely

Linda Smile
Ray42 8 3 England
14 Nov 2008 8:05AM
Nice piece of work

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