The Grand Planet Tutorial

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Me and Demosthenesvoice made this for the celestial community on dA and we decided to post it here in order to attract more people to the celestial art field. Its nearly 3 mb so please be patient:)

Even though this isnt like the traditional flash tutorials usually submitted here, I hope you guys enjoy both the content and the interface.

If you are interested in celestial art, visit http://www.attrius.devian tart.com

Its original size is 980x700, but it has been downsized by the max width which is 800, which makes 572 in height, so its a bit small...

the version with the original size can be found here: http://crosseout.devianta rt.com/art/The-Grand-Plan et-Tutorial-97561381

please review, id like to know what can be improved, and whats good(;

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I liked the snazzy sleek menu layout, looks proffesional and overall the tutorial was good. just one little critisism, the anime face. Well, lol to be honest it's indeed other worldly =D

Other than that, good stuff man!

Crosseout responds:

thanks, but what animeface?

I'll never use this

but it was sure cool

Crosseout responds:


you took so much time on this

and its really interesting kind of art. This needs to get frontpaged just so people can et into te medium. Overall, i found your tutorial exceptional.

Crosseout responds:

thank you very much, flattering:D

This actually is... pretty interesting.

I haven't given it much thought before, but this looks like something that I could get into now that I know the basics of how it's done.

I don't use Photoshop as much as I used to, but, this might change that.

The only problem I see with the tutorial itself is that the blocks of text are very intimidating. They'd be hard to follow for anyone that was going back and forth from this and Photoshop for their first time trying this.

Crosseout responds:

thanks, I do realize that you do have to be familiar in photoshop to follow this tutorial, but there are hundreds of tutorials that get you familiarized in a matter of minutes, so we chose not to focus on that. And yes, huge chunks were not the best idea, i'll have to find another way on the next one.

thanks for critique:D


this is an ok game

Crosseout responds:

thanks for voting:D

Credits & Info

4.30 / 5.00

Sep 9, 2008
5:24 PM EDT