Surreal Dreamscape637 viewsA little diddly I worked on in class, made in about 3 class days, probably my best work so far.Steeveeo
Space Scene 3535 viewsThis was for my Graphic Design Finals, got quite a bit closer to the planets and added more detail to my ring than usual (now has tiny asteroids in there).Steeveeo
Idle Temperature of my CPU500 viewsKeep in mind, this is NOT watercooling ;)
The only way this image was edited was to add the red box and lettering.Steeveeo
I got bored498 viewsHere ya go JS, finished your picture ;)Steeveeo
Attempt: City Planet497 viewsDidn't turn out as well as hoped...city buildings are noticably WAY too big...oh well, there's always next time...Steeveeo
Singapore Sunset 4:3488 viewsSame as the one uploaded before this one, but in 4:3 aspect ratio (Fullscreen) as opposed to 16:9 (widescreen).
Both widths are 1600, so this is 1600x1200, and the widescreen is 1600x900. Both should fit fine on either type of monitor.
Havent yet tested this on a CRT, lets hope it still looks good, may have to make a CRT version like I have done for other pictures (not uploaded, just on my comp for now).Steeveeo
Surreal 2 - Mountains (1600x1200)488 viewsSecond try at a semi-surreal environment.
A bit more barren than the first but thats the point, also attempted to make the viewpoint FROM a ringed planet instead of AT a ringed planet like normal, I think it looks ok, if not a tad lopsided...Steeveeo
Cool Background.465 viewsDoesnt really look that great with 50 icons piled on top, but it does look good.Steeveeo
Planet Hades457 viewsFirst planet I made from scratch in Photoshop, it was a rocky planet but I made a few passes with the Burn Tool and turned it into a burning planet.Steeveeo
Beach of Golden Sun - 1280x1024450 viewsJust another one of my creations, uses my GodRay technique for Photoshop.
PM me here or email me (if you can) if you want the tutorial for the technique.Steeveeo
Crystal's Moon441 viewsEdited an image of the moon as a favor for a friend.Steeveeo
Nebula 1416 viewsMy first picture made in Photoshop from scratch. The nebula effect is really easy to do.
I used a brown base, red mid, and purple top, along with white for highlights. Then I applied a Render=>Clouds layer in Overlay blending mode, then applied Render=>Difference clouds several times to the Clouds layer. I then duped the clouds layer and set to Linear Dodge. Then I made a new layer set to Screen blending and plastered a couple lensflares. After that I just slapped in a starfield and viola! Made in abt. 5m.Steeveeo