i dont really like it myself, but thats probably cuz i made it... im not sure if ill make a tutorial but for the planet you can do this tutorial:Planet tutorial
And if you need help with the color settings i can help.
The rest of the image is pretty easy, stars are made with HSV noise and the supernova(?
is just an image( i made my own with a couple of brush strokes) i used motion blur>zoom on, it also has a supernova in the middle xD.
All of those(well, just the supernova and the zoomed image) is made into one layer and zoomed again but just a tiny bit, then color>colorize, then color>color balance and whatever setting there you want. The color balance settings you use there should also be aplied to the planet(my planet is in one layer, i merged them all together, just so theres no confusion there)
If there is anything else you need help with feel free to ask(or if you need indepth information)
I was trying to make a cool effect on a wolf image, i partly sicceded but im not happy with it yet, as usual^^
You will also find this in the first abstract spoiler in the main post.
I added two new imagesA new abstract spoiler...-_-
They can aslo be found in the bottom spoiler in the main post
I made a new tutorial due to SPARTANS request, it is not super good, i am tired
and i left ALOT of room for the user to make the image his or her own, so to speak.
Btw, i did not go over the process of making planets, just the image, but the planet tutorial is linked my tutorial.
anyway here it is:Space tutorial
I made a new image, this time i used both GIMP and PS.A new abstract spoiler...-_-
The image can also be found in the "A new abstract Spoiler" at the first post.
Made a new space WIP, trying to get more detail into this one... Having some trouble finding out a good way to create the rings...-_-Space WIP
Can also be found in the space spoiler in the first post of this topic.
I also created some elementals for fun
theyre made with a smoke kind of effect, nothing detailed Elementals
Can also be found in the "elementals" spoiler in the first post of this topic.