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Island Planet Stock by bloknayrb Island Planet Stock by bloknayrb
A stock for you. It's a pretty big PSD with all the layers and stuff intact. Let me know if it's useful to you in any way!

Compressed in the 7z format because a regular zip wasn't enough, here's 7zip so you can extract the full PSD: [link]
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Yogavillage Featured By Owner Mar 2, 2013
may I use it for a facebook posting for my yoga studio?
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bloknayrb Featured By Owner Mar 2, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Sure!
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zananeichan Featured By Owner Feb 25, 2011
Used it here [link] Thank you very much, much love and huggles :heart: :love:
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bloknayrb Featured By Owner Feb 28, 2011  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Awesome, thanks for showing me!
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zananeichan Featured By Owner Feb 28, 2011
Its a pleasure, and thank you :heart: :hug: :love:
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LukeQuietus Featured By Owner Jan 18, 2011  Hobbyist Digital Artist
The only problem with this is that the all the land masses are perfectly flush with the surrounding water making them look more like pieces of crumpled up green tin foil on a blue ball rather than continents and islands in water.
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bloknayrb Featured By Owner Jan 18, 2011  Hobbyist Digital Artist
What do you recommend (though I doubt I'll update this particular file)?
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LukeQuietus Featured By Owner Jan 18, 2011  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Well I noticed on another deviation that someone asked you about how you do textures and you said having anything more than a pixel of shading will only throw off the scale (by looking to deep or high when it's distorted and embossed). Here you have enormous mountains EVERYWHERE and not one cliff. Also on the top left land mass there are a number of places that have shadows running all the way up to the water and these part look like they're lower than the water. Defies physics. I'm not sure how to correct these though but I had a glance back through your other planets and it seems to me like you had a perfectly good system that looked great and you've been trying new things with this one but the old planets were awesome. "New Blue", "Across the Universe", "Gibbous Planet" and "Desert Planet" stock are all great. However none of them have water so that could be where the problem lies. Maybe use a layer mask to select the land masses on their own and emboss some parts around the edges. Basically what you have is this [link] but I personally think you want something closer to this [link] .
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bloknayrb Featured By Owner Jan 19, 2011  Hobbyist Digital Artist
You're probably right. I was never particularly in love with this planet, which is probably why I never tried this style again. Still, I probably could've done a better job if I had taken a bit more time. Thanks for the tips, I'll have to keep them in mind the next time I try something like this.
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LukeQuietus Featured By Owner Jan 19, 2011  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Space art is all about trying different variations. If it wasn't we'd all be doing the same thing and it would be super boring. Each attempt at something new teaches us something new. At least that's what I think. Anyways, you're alot better than me so I'm probably not the best to be listening to. I can't take my own advice most of the time :)
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