Fading Planet [1280x800]

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    not bad.
    the planet looks really nice, but the background i am not a fan of.
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    Thanks. The planet is the main part of the wallpaper, and the background is just background

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    well, the background can ruin the main part, but still good job!
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    wow sorry nvm didn't view the picture up close
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    for the back ground i would take the fill bucket, set the color to black and randomly click a couple times to dither down the star field other than that its awesome
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    I used Filter>Add Noise
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    yeah thats what i do but do the above steps to the noise after youve added the noise
    also make sure you add around 11% noise for best results
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    or just put some white 1x1 dots and then filter>sharpen do it ALOTTTTT
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    Try making the background more darker. Make a new layer and use bucket tool set to black and decrease the opacity. Or you can use curves and other gadgets. Also, I see a slight shadow under the planet. There aren't shadows in the middle of space.

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    And, maybe add a slight glow to the outside of the planet to make it more realistic. Defiantly decrease the amount of "stars"

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