Six Revisions: Create a Realistic Space Scene from Scratch with Photoshop

Create a Realistic Space Scene from Scratch with Photoshop

Be sure to check out my latest tutorial over at Six Revisions: Create a Realistic Space Scene from Scratch with Photoshop

In this intermediate-to-advanced-level design tutorial, we are going to create a stunning space scene that has realistic-looking planets, stars, and lighting effects using a few innovative Photoshop techniques and some textures. Continue…




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9 Comments

  1. nada
    06/10/2009

    Hi

    Thank you Tyler for this tutorial

    I’m not good in english but i try

    I want to ask you about step 38

    when I use Lens flare it’s done of the black layer oky

    and this layer above of all layer is it oky ?

    but How can i make the planet visible like you make here
    http://img25.imageshack.us/img25/5606/82138421.jpg

    the layer visible is black who I make Lens flare effect

    please I hope to help for this point

    Thanks

  2. 07/10/2009

    nada:
    If you change the blend mode to screen, on the lens flare layer then everything should go away except for the flare.

  3. 03/11/2009

    Two thumbs up for this tut!

  4. 03/11/2009

    Thanks :)

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  6. 04/05/2010

    Hi Denis,

    this is a really nice space picture you made.

    I was looking for a picture like that for my new and first selfmade WordPress Theme. So I wannna ask you about the permission about that. I’d like to put it as a background in my theme. After doing that, I’d like to upload it on wordpress.com as an uncommercial theme. Of course you would get a backlink in this theme as well.

    My theme (without your picture) is in use on my website I wrote above, so you can see a preview. Your space picture would replace mine. What do you say?

    Best greetings

    Pascal

  7. 10/05/2010

    Pascal Horn:

    You can redo the tutorial, and use the final image you made for your website, but the actual tutorial and all the images that go with it are copyright to Six Revisions.

  8. 14/05/2010

    Hi Tyler

    Thanks for your reply. It’s not really the answer I expected or I hoped for. Well, then I’ll try to redo this tutorial.

    Thanks anyway. =)

  9. I don’t normally comment but I gotta state thank you for the post on this special one :D.