August 31, 2008

Fiery Space Explosion in Gimp

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Here's a new tutorial in Gimp for ya guys. Today I'm going to teach you how to create a fiery space explosion in Gimp based on a tutorial by Collis at PSDTuts. Here is what we are going to create:




18 comments:

  1. fantastic adaptation of collis's tutorial.. love it.. thanks :D:D

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  2. ¬¬ sometimes I don't believe in what GIMP and a genius can do!

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  3. Good work, can i translate this page to Turkish and publish on Debian Linux Turkish noncomercial wiki site.

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  4. awesome work! you're very talented.

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  5. nice tutorial. you are a very good descriptor, and very smart as well.

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  6. This is a great tutorial. You're very intelligent and a good decriptor as well!

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  7. Amazing Tutorial :D True genius, Love it!
    You gave me the inspiration to go and make this - http://tinyurl.com/3pfzk4
    Thx :D

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  8. Great tutorial!

    One thing, though...(and I don't know if you care) but the stars you used to make chunks in the comet tail are the Pleiades cluster...probably the most singularly recognized star cluster, like, ever. If it bothers you I guess you can distort it or chop it up or something!

    Thanks again for the tut. You are teaching me GIMP!

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  9. WOW, The result truly looks amazing.

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  10. Thank you so much for this. I now have more confidence in myself and know more about the tools and features of this program, so thank you so much for all of your help.

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  11. Thank you so much, I like this tutorial, you teach me lot of GIMP tool

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  12. i need some help. i get completely confused at step 12. how did you get your picture to be like that? i did what it said to do in the instructions, but i was still confused. if anyone could help me, it'd be greatly appreciated, i really wanna make this photo. it looks really cool!

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  13. Mr. Brunnu's...August 27, 2011 at 1:41 AM

    thanks dude...
    i do my own image...
    and i learn so much whit your tutorial...
    very thanks dude!...

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  14. Very nice; tuturial is sometimes a little bit too short ;)

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  15. Way cool, I am perdicting this tutorail will be the basis of some of my own future experiments with my own work.

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