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post May 21 2009, 12:22 AM
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This is a piece I am currently working on, but I'm not quite sure how to take the next step. You see I've always done planets and spacescapes using photoshop alone, as I don't have any other programs at my disposal. What I want is a space station being constructed in that empty space next to the planet (well it isn't really next the planet, but you get what I mean). I'm not sure how to go about this as I have never really done anything like that before. So I decided to post it here for two reasons:

1) It's still in PSD format so I can edit it based on your critiques of the planets and
2) To seek advice as to how I should go about making the space station.

So then, what's the word?

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post May 24 2009, 10:34 PM
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nice wip so far rolleyes.gif

If you want to make a space station you can still use photoshop, you dont need 3d programs. Just airbrush it and trust me, it'll lok great! .Its a little bit more complicated than a 3d program but with practice youll get what you want for sure. smile.gif

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post May 25 2009, 03:04 PM
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It really doesn't look all that bad actually. Personally, I would recommend altering the nebulae and space clouds you have and try and airbrush a more flowing design. The planet isn't that bad, but try to just go with something a little more barren perhaps. Otherwise, keep up the good work.

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