Photoshop: Creating Space, Planets, Galaxies and Much More! Premium class

Marty Geller, Blue Lightning TV Photoshop!

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12 Videos (1h 42m)
    • How to Quickly Create Stars, Planets and Faraway Galaxies

      Rock texture.jpg
      11:11
    • How to Make Giant Gaseous Planets like JUPITER

      7:07
    • How to Make the Sun

      7:44
    • How to Make a NEBULA and Celestial Sphere in Deep Space

      Planet Nebula.psd
      Planet texture.jpg
      7:45
    • How to Make an ASTEROID in Deep Space

      10:13
    • How to Make a Comet!

      9:37
    • How to Make a Planet EXPLODE from its Core.

      Cracked Mud Texture.jpg
      Exploding Planet Closeup.jpg
      8:53
    • How to Make a Frozen, Ice Planet

      Ice.jpg
      6:56
    • How to Transform a Photo into a Classic, Vintage, UFO SIGHTING

      saucer.png
      4:34
    • How to Design and Create a SPACE Emblem

      space age.ttf
      10:20
    • How to Design and Create a SPACE Emblem

      space age.ttf
      11:47
    • How to Make Gleaming, Metallic or Glassy Text Effect in Deep Space

      terminator real nfi.ttf
      5:23

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Photoshop tutorials showing how to create outerspace,  galaxies, planets, comets, asteroids, UFOs and other space-related images.

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Marty Geller

Blue Lightning TV Photoshop!

Marty Geller, Founder and Director of Blue Lightning TV, has had a long career providing on-air and print work for the television and entertainment industries. Clients include NBC, ABC, CBS, VH-1, numerous advertising agencies, national magazines, recording labels and major book publishers. His television work includes "Late Night with Conan O'Brien", "Saturday Night Live", "Dateline NBC", "Today", VH-1 and Paramount Television. Marty has designed record album covers, book jacket covers and logos. His illustrations have appeared in "Psychology Today", "New York" and on theatrical posters that have appeared on Broadway and The Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts in Washington, D.C.. Marty has received Emmy Awards for his work in television and numerous awards for his work in Print.