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Re: Solar flares space tutorial

Post#8 by gnerd » 13 Aug 2017, 18:40


I tried it Eddie unfortunately without any luck, space must be over my head :lol:
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Post#9 by Ella » 14 Aug 2017, 15:41


gnerd wrote:
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I tried it Eddie unfortunately without any luck, space must be over my head :lol:
I'm not a very big space fan, Nancy. But this one I had to try.

Thanks for the tutorial, Eddie :thumbsup:

Just one thing, I think you've forgotten to mention that the plasma layer should have the blend mode 'overlay.'
I didn't see my planets until I put the layer on overlay.
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Post#10 by gnerd » 15 Aug 2017, 01:55


Beautiful results from everyone!! Ella I haven't really tried many space tutorials, mostly because I never seem to have much luck with round objects. But this one was extremely painless...well after a couple days and a few gray hairs more trying to get the plug-in going but it was worth it :lol: Thank you Eddie for all the help and another wonderful tutorial!!! My humble contribution :learned_something:
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Post#11 by Conbagui » 15 Aug 2017, 03:33


Ella wrote:
14 Aug 2017, 15:41
gnerd wrote:
13 Aug 2017, 18:40
I tried it Eddie unfortunately without any luck, space must be over my head :lol:
I'm not a very big space fan, Nancy. But this one I had to try.

Thanks for the tutorial, Eddie :thumbsup:

Just one thing, I think you've forgotten to mention that the plasma layer should have the blend mode 'overlay.'
I didn't see my planets until I put the layer on overlay.
Very nice Ella and yes on the illustration is the layer's Blend mode is Overlay, even though I did not write it on the tut.
Did my explanation here about the dll files was comprehensible?
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Post#12 by Conbagui » 15 Aug 2017, 03:38


Very nice Nancy, I knew you were going to succeed once I explain it better. :thumbsup:
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