This file is for study-purposes only, you are not allowed to use any of the layers of it as stock.
For the finished higher resolution stock-version download the eighth cosmos pack distributed by #resurgere, here:
One more submission for this year, a smallscale .psd of one of my space-pieces. So many of you have contacted me in the past about the technique on how I create some of the nebulae seen in my space-works, so I decided to upload this, with any luck it´ll prove useful to some. And I suck at explaining things verbally so I´d rather just show you, easier this way.
The download includes a .zipped work-in-progress .psd-file (near final though) of the work, 700x700 @ 72dpi with all the layers intact, so you can see how apophysis-renders can be used to assemble something cosmic. The renders you see in the file are not all raw apophysis-files, I have already manipulated (and airbrushed) some in photoshop to better suit my needs in creation of the final image, but still, seeing what´s there might be useful to anyone seriously interested in the subject. And of course, if anyone has any further questions about anything, feel free to ask, I always try to answer any enthusiasts if I happen to have any information that might be helpful.
Also, I´ve often instructed anyone asking about the subject to read this tutorial written by =synax444, check it out too, it might be really helpful for those interested in Apophysis & space-art.
How did you make the smoke effects? I'd like to know...
The smokyness comes from a fractal rendered with Apophysis, it's located on the bottom of all layers used to create this nebula. If you have photoshop available you can open the file up and see what was used in this works creation.
Thank to share~
As a raw beginner I can not tell you how much I appreciate your generosity. Thanks.
very cool design.
cool cool & cool