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Tyler Young
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d1n35h Apr 10, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
Your art is EPIC. I seriously know how else to describe it :D
Awesome man, awesome.
Beautiful, inspirational landscapes!
TylerCreatesWorlds Apr 8, 2014  Professional Digital Artist
Thanks :)
GOOD DAY! TylerCreatesWorlds :)

I would like to ask you if we could take your works for our school yearbook design.
We would like to make your works as our background if it just ok to you :)
and we will put credits to your work.

We will be very happy if you will agree :) :)
joinpril14 Apr 10, 2014  New member
hoping for your reply
IanWillis Mar 17, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Hey Tyler, I had just recently found your profile an hour or so ago, and I am super into landscaping and spacescaping, and I was wondering, where did you get the brushes that you use for your '001' painting? I really want to get the detail to look nice like you do!
Your spacescapes are SUPER pretty by the way!
Ladielle Mar 16, 2014  New member
Hi Tyler, your work is truly amazing, hats off! And thank you for you tutorial, it is very helpful. I have one question  concerning the brush strokes when smudging. For some reasons, I cannot get the desired results when moving from Fig. 3 to Fig. 4 when creating nebula. Do you use circular movements with the smudge tool on the edges of the bright lines? In my case, it looks fake. :-(.  
TylerCreatesWorlds Mar 16, 2014  Professional Digital Artist
Thank you, I'm glad you like what I do. Without seeing what you results are with the smudge brush its hard to say. What I can say is, when using the smudge brush I provided, you want to blend with the edged of the brush. Just barely touching the paint brush stroke that you're trying to blend. If you use the smudge brush directly over the painted stroke it tends to blur way too much. Maybe try using a smaller brush. Hope this helps.
Ladielle Mar 17, 2014  New member
Hi Tyler, thank you very much for your reply. I somehow missed the fact that  you provided a special brush for that, so I will definitely try it,  thank you for the tip. Btw, currently I have one of your nebulas as my desktop wallpaper, so I see your beautiful work everyday :-). Have a great day.
I am so much in love with all your arts. Brilliant. <3
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