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Eclipse

Arrow Image Make this stunning eclipse!



First make a new docu<i></i>ment (Mine is 400px X 400px, but yours can be however big you want.
File >> New

Then paint the background black using the paint bucket tool.

http://img131.imageshack.us/img131/4750/image13po.jpg

Using the Elipse tool, and holding shift, drag the mouse to make an even circle. Makesure the foreground color is white.

http://img131.imageshack.us/img131/7839/image26wu.jpg

http://img131.imageshack.us/img131/3406/image31er.jpg

Then rasterize the layer
Layer >> Rasterize >> Shape

Now, add wind, and use the default settings.
Filter >> Stylize >> Wind

Now rotate the canvas 90 degrees CW, and add wind again.
Image >> Rotate Canvas >> 90 CW
Ctrl + F

Now rotate the canvas 90 degrees CW, and add wind again.
Image >> Rotate Canvas >> 90 CW
Ctrl + F

Now rotate the canvas 90 degrees CW, and add wind again.
Image >> Rotate Canvas >> 90 CW
Ctrl + F

Rotate the canvas one more time to return to the original place. You should have something like this:

http://img131.imageshack.us/img131/9211/image49zi.jpg

Now Create another even elipse, this one has to about the same as the first one. It also has to be black. Then rasterize the shape once it is in fornt of the white circle.

http://img131.imageshack.us/img131/7082/image65ys.jpg

Now use the blur tool, and a large brush. Rub over the layer with the white circle until it is at a good level. Look at my image for an idea at what it should look like.

http://img131.imageshack.us/img131/7261/image52xm.jpg

http://img131.imageshack.us/img131/7426/image72jm.jpg

(Hint: If it is too brite, lower the opacity of the layer)
(Extra: If you want stars, add noise, at 10 level)

Now merge all visible layers.
Layer >> Merge Visible

Now add a lense flare. With the 105mm Prime lense, and the brightness at 75%
Filter >> Render >> Lense Flare

Position it so it is just peaking over an edge of the \"Moon\"

And a night eclipse is yours!

Comments

Wsoprulz1299on June 09 2006 - 18:42:11
kinda random, not really useful?
Elitest_00on June 09 2006 - 19:50:34
Cool, good job also. Can we make a solar eclipse too? Pfft
Elitest_00on June 09 2006 - 19:51:32
I meant lunar Pfft
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